Wolves of the Calla: Book 5 of The Dark Tower series

Maybe next time she throws a plate, you’ll pay a bit more attention   Wolves of the Calla, the fifth book in Steven King’s The Dark Tower epic, resumes shortly after the final events in Wizard and Glass. Since publication, there has been a short novella written between the two, The Wind through the Keyhole, that covers that time and will be discussed later. King took six years to continue the saga, but when he did continue, he resumed with a book that revitalized interest in a long-thought dead series. After surviving their latest encounter with Walter, the ka-tet resume

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Wizard and Glass: The Dark Tower Book Four

Even psychotic trains don’t like Dad jokes. Wizard and Glass, the fourth book in Steven King’s Dark Tower series, picks up immediately following the previous book, The Waste Lands, speeding over the monorail while trying to save themselves from a grisly end when the train reaches Topeka. They emerge victorious when Eddie shows Roland that nonsense can be anything but. Wizard really starts to meld the worlds of King’s works together, as the Topeka they arrive at is not the Topeka of Eddie, Susannah and Jake’s world. It is the Topeka of The Stand and is bereft of life from

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Ravnica Allegiance Review: Simic

We have now reached the end of our journey. It’s time to take a look at new offerings from the Simic Combine. The Simic Combine Where the Gruul are trying to retake the parts of nature taken over by urban sprawl, and the Selesnya try to find harmony between the wilds and civilization, the Simic are about evolution between the two. Unlike the Izzet who experiment to create new things, it is primarily the Simic who experiment on the living, and sometimes on themselves individually. There are multiple options that they explore while constantly trying to adapt to the ever

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Ravnica Allegiance Review: Rakdos

Hey everyone! The circus is in town! …huh? They’re demon worshipers? WHO CARES!? Let’s go!!! The Cult of Rakdos If you have ever heard of the term “Red Light District” that could definitely apply here. From circus type performances, burlesque shows, and nightclubs they have it all. There are even darker festive acts found where the Cult of Rakdos hold sway from fight clubs, twisted versions of their circus performances, and even sex acts. It’s no wonder why this guild is quite popular among the citizens of Ravnica as you are almost guaranteed to never see the same thing twice.

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