The part about Rhea of the Coos was pretty disgusting, that ol' witch! Poor Susan for having to endure that!
I'm reading this book now, and I'm on page 400 or so. It's slightly weird to read
This is the first I've read of any of King's works and I love it. But I never knew he could be so erotic.
Yes, Stephen King can be very erotic.
I am trying to think of other books.
When I started reading WG I too missed Eddie. That's why, to me, this book is so important. Before I read this book, the character in the DT series I cared most for was Eddie. After WG, I am far more emotionally attached to Roland.
I was really impressed with the writing in that part of the book. I loved Wizard and Glass as much as I have loved any other book. As you continue reading, you will also feel this way. I am reading Wind Through the Keyhole now, and it is a good read so far.
Add me to the party that absolutely loved this story from the start. I loved the ka-tet as much as the next but I was ready to step back and learn more about Roland's back story. It just brings together so much and answers so many questions. The characters were highly developed and the action nonstop. My opinion of who Roland is completely changed now.
I must say I am loving the way King's works have become intertwined. Particularly in regards to the many faces of Randall Flagg and the references to other story lines. Looking forward to the rest.
Paul Joseph, Have you read 'Salems Lot? Do so !!
And Welcome to the boards.