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The Dark Tower, Volume 2 by Robin Furth
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Jun 30, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: comics, weird, dark-fantasy
Read on June 30, 2012 — I own a copy


An interesting glimpse into the journey from Mejis, and the poor Susan Delgado, back to Gilead. We see Roland's struggle with the grapefruit, as well as what happens to Sheemie on his journey, which comes into importance later down the line.

I certainly didn't imagine it so eventful, based on what little you get from it in W&G, but it's an interesting tale, for sure. And I love the artwork, even if everyone's face seem mostly shadows. And I liked seeing the Crimson King actually frightening, instead of, well, sneech boy on a balcony. :>

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