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Wizard and Glass

7 Ratings: 4.7
A book by Stephen King

While Roland the Gunslinger and his companions leap between worlds, he relates his experiences with the elusive, powerful emotion of love in a journey into his own past. Reissue.

Author: Stephen King
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: New Amer Library
Date Published: May 01, 1998
2 reviews about Wizard and Glass
review by . September 11, 2005
Pros: We learn Roland's story, we find the Wizard of Oz, we are still lost     Cons: Still waiting     The Bottom Line: If you've read the other three, you might as well go for the gusto     Phase IV of the story of the Dark Tower introduces us to the making of Roland into what he has become. We have wondered at his weathered face and beaten persona, although he rides tall in the saddle and walks firm on the tundra.       …
review by . September 16, 2003
As "Wizard and Glass" begins, Roland and his companions are hurtling over the wastelands, imprisoned by the mad computer Blaine the Mono, who means to destroy itself at the end of its run, taking Roland, Eddie, Jake, Susannah, and Oy with it. The only thing that can stop it is a riddle... a riddle Blaine cannot solve.There are many suspenseful and exciting moments in the fourth book of King's Dark Tower series, and the beginning is certainly one of them. However, the story we know of Roland so far …
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