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Nick Andros. I've never really considered why but maybe it was because he was an outsider. He was deaf but not a victim. He met every challenge he was faced with and ultimately even sacrificed his life to try to save the group.
Tom Cullen and Nick meeting in Oklahoma really touched my heart. I always saw him as a young Ralph Macchio from the Karate Kid. Noble and courageous.
Trashcan Man seemed so childlike and mysterious. Everytime I read it I'm startled at the great characterization. His encounter with The Kid is almost like a David Fincher film. Hilarious and really disturbing.
Stu Redman - the Everyman
Nick Andros - the Innocent
Randall Flagg - if I had to pick a favourite villain in any SK book, RF would be it. You just knew every time he made an appearance, sh*t was gonna go down.