This book is amazing. I've read the entire Dark Tower Series before, but this is my first time going through it again. Drawing of the Three is when the series really comes to life and shows you what it's capable of. The Gunslinger was a great exercise in experimenting with the western form, and it nails Roland right out of the gate, but when it comes to introducing with the series is really about, book two all the way. When Roland starts stepping through the doors and interacting with a world we recognize, it's comes to life. His interpretations of things so common to us are so literal and hilarious. Now having the foreknowledge of who these people are and the significance for everything that comes later makes it even better. I tore right through it this time, I couldn't get enough. It was over before I knew it and I wanted to pick up The Wastelands right away. Was waiting for Doctor Sleep to come out though, so I picked a shorter book in the interim. I have a hard time believing that re-visiting the other books can be as satisfying as Drawing of the Three. Especially all of the Spoiler Eddie sequences. From his first interactions with Roland on the airplane to going through security to the insanity of the shoot out. It's just riveting storytelling. So good. SOOOO good. Maybe the best.