The feeling of Todash. I'm unsure if this question technically includes minor *Spoilers*.

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Feb 23, 2020
I forgot which Dark Tower novel the idea for Todash was introduced(Song of Susannah?) . When I read the description of Todash, I am trying to paraphrase the best I can; but I'm sure I'm mistaken.

I understood the feeling of Todash to be similar to looking at a painting. One could touch it and feel it, but that's all there was; there was no depth to that "world". As if one touch would bring the void of Todash down on the being unfortunate enough to be in that situation.

My random question is this:

Is the feeling of Todash similar to being in a soda can and the bottom of the Mariana Trench; and one touch will bring everything crashing in?

Or is it more like being within a soap bubble while in outer space; and one touch will just make everything scatter into nothingness?

I Thank any for the time they took in reading this.


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Jan 24, 2017


The idiot is IN
Jun 15, 2007
Cambridge, Ohio
I agree with GNTLGNT in the sense of 'going todash' but I also think 'Todash space' is the space in between the worlds where you can get lost forever and encounter all sorts of strange and terrible things (until they kill you or drive you crazy).
....indeed Mal.....lots of skeery stuff there......
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