A Review of The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower #2) by Stephen King

This is the second book in the Dark Tower series. It picks up where The Gunslinger left off, with Roman lying on the beach. I don’t want to give away too much but this is the story of how Roland formed his Ka Tet. Fate leads him to doorways that open in to other worlds and from these worlds he has to draw fellow gunslingers. This is another excellent edition to the gunslinger saga. There’s lots of action, new characters who you get to see grow and develop, and fantasy elements. I can’t praise it enough.
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