The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands
Dark Tower III – The west Land -The third volume in the number 1 best seller, including the perplexing Roland (the last gun slinger) and his continuous mission for the Dark Tower, is “Stephen King at his best”.
A while have passed since The Drawing of the Three, and in The Waste Lands, Roland’s two new tet-mates have become prepared gun fighters.
Eddie Dean has surrendered heroin, and Odetta’s two selves have joined, turning into the more grounded and more adjusted character of Susannah Dean.
Be that as it may, Roland changed ka by saving the existence of Jake Chambers, a kid who—in Roland’s reality—has as of now kicked the bucket.
Presently Roland and Jake exist in various universes, however they are joined by a similar franticness: the mystery of twofold recollections. Roland, Susannah, and Eddie should bring Jake into Mid-World and afterward follow the Path of the Beam right to the Dark Tower.
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There are new shades of malice… new risks to undermine Roland’s little band in the crushed city of Lud and the encompassing badlands, just as horrendous encounters with Blaine the Mono, the piratical Gasher, and the startling Tick-Tock Man.
The Dark Tower Series keeps on showing Stephen King as an expert of his art. What lands, what people groups has he visited that are so inaccessible to us besides in the pages of his unimaginable books? Presently Roland’s abnormal odyssey proceeds.
The Waste Lands follows The Gunslinger and The Drawing of the Three as the third volume in what might be the most remarkable and creative pattern of stories in the English language.