. . .and I missed them when I was done.
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The Dark Tower Companion by Bev Vincent
Besides a personally guided tour by Stephen King himself, no one could do more a more insightful overview of The Dark Tower saga, and by extension the body of King's works, than Bev Vincent.
Long acknowledged a master of King lore, Bev uses that acumen to succinctly tie everything together. Not only does the book include a handy reference guide to the major characters, places, themes and tie-ins, but in typical Vincent fashion, Bev raises interesting possibilities beyond the material itself. Some are conjecture. Others of an insight that only comes to those mastered in their subject.
Bev Vincent proves himself a King Master with this book.
Finished I Travel by Night minutes ago, very satisfying and hinted most strongly of follow-up tales!! WOOOOHOOOO! I have taken the cover off of Mr. Hill's latest and put it someplace safe and will be starting this tale very soon. Have to feed the horde first!
The Help....which was even better than the movie, which was awesome!