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Discussion in 'The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands' started by Chazel1972, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. Chazel1972

    Chazel1972 Well-Known Member

    What was the year span between Wastelands and Wizard and Glass? Is torturous a measurement of time?
     
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  2. Sundrop

    Sundrop the Great and Wonderful

    Check out The Library on the main part of the site.....there's all kinds of really cool info and facts!
     
  3. Bev Vincent

    Bev Vincent Well-Known Member

    It was a long time for us Constant Readers stuck on Blaine the Mono...
     
  4. Spideyman

    Spideyman Uber Member


    Agree!!!!!
     
  5. Chazel1972

    Chazel1972 Well-Known Member

    And THAT is the truth!
     
  6. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT Idiot in Situ and Unholy Devourer of Cookies

    The Wastelands...The original limited edition hardcover featuring full-color illustrations by Ned Dameron was published in 1991 by Grant. The book was reissued in 2003 to coincide with the publication of The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla....Wizard & Glass...
    Publication date
    November 4, 1997
     
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  7. taylor29

    taylor29 Active Member

    The Wastelands...my very least favorite of the whole series. I liked the double mind thing with Jake and Roland and learning more about the Guardians of the Beam. I got so fatigued and uninterested in Lud and Blaine that I thought I might quit the series. Perhaps that book was a bonding experience with the ka-tet - an example of how readers have to persevere (note the sarcasm here)? It required more work than many readers are willing to put in.
     
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  8. guido tkp

    guido tkp Well-Known Member

    too long...and possibly torturous, indeed !

    ...'course, for me...having lived through those excrutiating dyas...i felt a little less distress at kings constant reminding us constant readers that he would soon return...when he felt danged good an dready...

    but that we ought to get very used to the fact that blaine would not appear in the next book...as it all took place in the past...

    and all those poor suckers dying to find out what happened next, timeline-wise, would just have to cool their jets...for he, and his muse, had a different tale to tell

    little did i know that he'd cave in...capitulate...falter...

    and 'write' that abysmally weak preface & endpiece...

    ...still, the middle part is so sublime...so magnificent (very possibly his best 'writing' ever) that it kinda/sorta/maybe makes up for...that
     
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