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The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King
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May 02, 12

Read from April 10 to May 02, 2012

I have to admit that I was not impressed with The Gunslinger. That one I tried over and over again to get through and just couldn't do it. I felt like the plot was thin and the setting was not well described. I could tell more was going on behind the scenes but it just felt like less than a complete story, or even chapter of a story. But this second volume is much better. It brings things into relevance by allowing Roland to come into our world. I really liked the character of Eddie Dean and was horrified (as only Stephen King can make you feel horrified) by the character of Jack Mort. I felt that the Odetta/Detta Walker characters were not the most believable but that didn't kill the book. It did make me want to read the rest of the series so I am going to continue on with these books.
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