The Waste Lands

The only thing worse than forgetting your past is having two of them The Waste Lands, book three of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, jumps ahead a little over a month following the events in The Drawing of the Three, allowing our ka-tet a chance to heal and recover from the events on the beach. It deals mainly with the paradox Roland created when he saved Jake from Jack Mort in the third doorway, and begins the travels of the group towards In-World. Told on two different worlds, Waste Lands‘ paradox comes into play because the gunslinger and Jake

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The Drawing of the Three

A junkie, a crippled thief and a kid walk into a bar…. Stephen King’s second installment in The Dark Tower series, The Drawing of the Three, comes immediately after the events of The Gunslinger. Roland has palavered with the man in black and been given a glimpse of his future. Drawing continues to expand that future and brings Roland together with his ka-tet. Before he meets his companions, he has an unfortunate run-in with a lobster-like creature that cripples the gunslinger by removing two fingers from his right hand (and part of one toe.) This becomes infected, leaving the gunslinger

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The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower Book 1

Stephen King’s magnum opus begins here. Kind of. “The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.” With those words, Stephen King started his magnum opus in 1978. The series would take decades to complete and, while Gunslinger was not the strongest of the books, it laid the foundation for what would be one of King’s greatest works. Gunslinger is the shortest of the seven books and lays the basis of the world(s) it inhabits. Roland Deschain is the titular gunslinger, an old fashioned knight of a dying world, chasing who he thinks to be his nemesis,

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Guilds of Ravnica review: Selesnya

Hello everyone, and welcome back to the last guild from Guilds of Ravnica I’ll be talking about. If you have read all of these put your hand up to the screen as I am giving you a high five right…about…now. Excellent! While one may think the Selesnya Conclave as peace loving, nature protecting, “hippies” (for lack of a better word) their history does tie back to some hypocritical and sinister dealings (Editors Note: Sort of. They were almost taken over by Savra so that Szadek could kill Mat’Selesnya, the ancient parun of the Guild by using the Selesnyans’ Quietmen to

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