The Dark Tower: The Long Road HomeStephen King, Peter David, Jae Lee, Richard Isanove, Robin Furth
Originally published in 2008 as a five part series from Marvel Comics. Writers: Robin Furth (adaptation), Peter David (script). Art by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove. Hardcover.
Treading uncharted territory in the Dark Tower mythos, The Long Road Home finds Roland’s ka-tet intact but unraveling. In the
shadow of the shocking murder of Susan Delgado — the young woman
who had won Roland’s heart and carried his child — the trio of
young gunslingers track a road out of Hambry fraught with peril.
While Alain and Cuthbert try to keep ahead of the pursuing Big
Coffin Hunters and cut through the formidable menaces that stand
in their way, Roland lies in a coma, his consciousness trapped
in Maerlyn’s Grapefruit, a mystical sphere inside of which many
important secrets are locked; its revelations may bring death —
And while Roland’s ka-tet is absorbed in its own drama, a great evil is emerging in the Dogan, as the boy Sheemie accidentally stirs a long-slumbering spirit that portends great evil.
Stephen King (born 1947) is an American writer of contemporary horror fiction, science fiction, and fantasy literature. An estimated 300-350 million copies of King's novels and short story anthologies have been sold, and many of his stories have been adapted for film, television, and other media.
Stephen King has written a number of books using the pen name Richard Bachman.
In 2003 the National Book Foundation awarded Stephen King the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
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