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Fourth in the Epic Dark Tower Series…
Wizard and Glass


In 1978, Stephen King introduced the world to the last gunslinger, Roland of Gilead.  Nothing has been the same since. More than twenty years later, the quest for the Dark Tower continues to take readers on a wildly epic ride. Through parallel worlds and across time, Roland must brave desolate wastelands and endless deserts, drifting into the unimaginable and the familiar. A classic tale of colossal scope—crossing over terrain from The Stand, The Eyes of the Dragon, Insomnia, The Talisman, Black House, Hearts in Atlantis, ’Salem’s Lot, and other familiar King haunts—the adventure takes hold with the turn of each page.

And the Tower awaits....

Roland and his band of followers have narrowly escaped one world and slipped into the next. There Roland tells them a tale of long-ago love and adventure involving a beautiful and quixotic woman named Susan Delgado. And there they will be drawn into an ancient mystery of spellbinding magic and supreme menace…

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Wizard and Glass
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4.5 / 5
The dark tower series
February 21st, 2015
I read these years ago when they first came out they made me an avid reader of mr king. As i now re-read about roland and his adventuers i am hooked again and would reCommend this to anyone who enjoys reading. Wonderful
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A tad slow but good.
June 27th, 2014
The book is mostly a flash back of Roland's youth after he obtained his guns and was set of West to a small town, where he found both love and danger. It does little to move the main plot to find the Dark Tower but it gives a good insight as to why Roland is the way he is. I would have preferred it if S.K. had just used the same method as in the first book.
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Worth staying with it
April 16th, 2014
I had my doubts 1/2 through this one. I thought dear Mr King had gone off the deep end and that the Susan story would be a permanent derailment, much like Blaine. I could not have been so wrong. If you are new to this series, so not start with this book, but rather with #1. If you find yourself, like myself, questioning where this is going when you're only half way through just call in sick and keep going. It all comes together as only ka can in the end.
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2 reviews
Worth staying with it
April 16th, 2014
I had my doubts 1/2 through this one. I thought dear Mr King had gone off the deep end and that the Susan story would be a permanent derailment, much like Blaine. I could not have been so wrong. If you are new to this series, so not start with this book, but rather with #1. If you find yourself, like myself, questioning where this is going when you're only half way through just call in sick and keep going. It all comes together as only ka can in the end.
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2 reviews
January 26th, 2014
Absolutely LOVE this book! It's my favourite of the Dark Tower series and could probably be read as a stand alone book too.
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1 review
Keeps dragging you along
January 7th, 2014
This is a very good book in the dark tower series. I love the direction this book takes you and opens new doors in the story
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Wizard and Glass (Dark Tower #4)
August 29th, 2013
Obsessed, can't wait tho start the next one!
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Dark Tower Book #4
June 22nd, 2013
I didn't think I'd enjoy the Dark Tower Series as much as I am - what a wonderful surprise. I'm really glad I didn't start this series until 2013 - don't know that I could've beared waiting so long between books! I still want my own "Billy Bumbler" though :)
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