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    Bizarre and Interesting World

    The end of this book was insane, I will say that right off the bat because it will stick with me for a while. As with most Stephen King books, the third story in the Dark Tower series was a journey. The world expanded immensely as the characters ventured across the Wastelands and encountered all kinds of characters. Though the book took a steady, slow pace for much of the book, there were plenty of exciting and memorable moments, especially near the middle with Jake's return, and the insane finale. I was shocked with some of the events, particularly the one regarding Susannah in the middle which made me quite uncomfortable, and the finale with the train had me turning the pages to see what would happen next. I'm finding this epic saga to be complex and dark, and I can't wait to keep reading it!
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    Better than the last two

    Story gets better as it goes. Run on sentences drive me mad.
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    The Waste Lands

    King at his best. The characters are again more fully developed and the action is well paced. The reader settles into what will be a saga - the development of history, characters and events is paced for the long haul but very interesting in the short terms as well. You are dealing with a master storyteller here.
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    Dark Tower 3

    Blaine the Train is a Pain. Tick Tock doesn't die. Roland is your Daddy.
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