Dark Tower: The Waste Lands, The
  Dark Tower: The Waste Lands, The
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First Edition Release Date: June, 2003

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Part III of an epic saga. Roland and his companions, Eddie and Susannah Dean, find the Path of the Beam that will lead them to the Dark Tower. Along the way, Roland adds two new members to his ka-tet (a group united for a specific purpose). In the decaying city of Lud, they encounter new dangers, including a sentient train that has gone insane.

 

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Posted By: Ray Hildinger - February 20th, 2012 8:13:29 pm EST

a great novel all the gun slinger novels are top of the line writing plus any other novel by stephan king are great i've got them allrayray

 
 
Posted By: Morp - September 14th, 2011 8:11:12 pm EDT

Just bought a Kindle and was going ta treat m'self to yur dark tower series. Ta me surprise I was able ta buy all da ebooks cept dis one. Seems da, "Penguin" decided to pull Kindle's rights to dis book in da US. I taght Batman took care o dis, "Penguin" guy. Anywaize guess I'll half ta reads da new, "Stand" till youse guys call Batman again ta take care o dis ah, Penguin guy. Tanx anywaze! ...... I don't know how you've put up with publishers all these years but I guess you are rich. Ciao! Luv Ya!

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - February 11th, 2011 5:04:49 pm EST

At the end of this book the dark man is Randall Flagg isn't it? The evil is the same character which disappear at the final of The Stand novel. I have to wait a period untill the fourth book will be translated in romanian... a very difficult period for me....

 
 
Posted By: Paulo Soria - August 19th, 2010 11:18:17 am EDT
Roland is truly an inspiring character. A man who keeps calm in front of the most terrible overwhelming odds. I look up to this character and I'm willing to finish reading the series. Keep up the good work Stephen King.
 
 
Posted By: Rolanddeschainswoman - July 10th, 2010 11:17:01 am EDT
Since I joined the Stephen King Library 6 years ago I have read the Dark Tower series 4 times from the Gunslinger to The Dark Tower. Wizard and Glass is by far my favorite out of all seven.
 
 
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