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The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands - Stephen King Horror Book Review
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Roland and his new katet of gunslingers in training finally find the path of the Beam in this third installment of the Dark Tower series. Through an event that took place in the second book, the group is able to "draw" Jake, the boy who died in the first book, back into their world. From there, the now complete band of gunslingers travel into the the ruins of a technologically advanced city where they encounter two fueding gangs. When one gang kidnaps Jake, Roland must try to save him while Eddie and Susuannah look for a way out of the city. The most memorable part of this book is their encounter with Blaine, a monorail with AI that has gone insane and is obsessed with riddles. The action in this entry is amazing and the end leaves you on the edge of your seat eagarly awaiting the fourth.
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