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Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King
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Dec 30, 2008

really liked it
Read in December, 2008

Here we are introduced to the people of Calla Bryn Sturgis and how the wolves come and steal one of their pair of twins. We also learn how Balazar is trying to buy the vacant which Calvin Tower owns and who is also the owner of the Resturant of the Mind. Pere Callahan a father/drunk from Eddie's time, is the preacher here and he is also in possesion of Black Thirteen, one of the glass balls of the Rainbow. This ball when open takes you through the "Unfound Door" at Doorway Cave. This ball also takes you todash. While in Calla, the ka-tet are forced to pursuade the people to stand up to the wolves. In the end, the people and Roland and his ka-tet end up killing all 60+ of the wolves by hitting the satelitte dish on top of their heads like the did with Shardik. They also learn that Andy (the robot) and Ben Slightman are traitors. Also, Susannah also is having a baby and she becomes another women named Mia. After fighting the wovles, she takes black Thirteen and flees to New York to have her chap and leaves the rest of the ka-tet behind in Calla. Pere Callahan also finds out that their is a book written about him on the book shelf that Calvin Tower pushed through the Door when he met Eddie and now Calvin Tower and Deepneau are in a town in Maine. Overall this was great book, but still the best was the Wizard and the Glass.

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