Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower, #4)
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Wizard and Glass

by Stephen King, Dave McKean
Release date: 1997
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy

Locus Award nominee 1998.

The dark tower beckons Roland, the gunslinger...

And in a terrifying journey Roland determines to reach his destiny with the companions he has gathered along the road; wheelchair-bound Susannah Holmes, narcotic prisoner Eddie Dean, a boy named Jake and his pet creature Oy, are all willing participants in the harrowing quest.

Through the scarred, devastated urban wasteland to the Mid-World where cavernous black holes threaten the structure of the tower, time grows thin and the past becomes a riddle. On and on, the malevolent monorail hurtles, threatening destruction as the pilgrims desperately bargain for survival.

Hidden dangers lie at every junction of their destined path: from the terror of Roland's relentless, cunning enemy to the temptation of the wizard's glass, a powerful force in Roland's first love affair.

Still the tower awaits.

The master of horror and suspense draws on his unique genius to create the powerful world of the Dark Tower. Wizard and Glass is a compelling, poignant and terrifying tale which is both a stand-alone novel and the eagerly anticipated fourth volume in the besting The Dark Tower series.

(updated 2011-09-01)

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