The Waste Lands by Stephen King

The Critiquing Chemist

Rate: 4/5

Medium: Audiobook

Overview (No Spoilers):

This journey King is taking us on keeps getting better and better, making me ever more thankful that I didn’t give up on this series after The Gunslinger.  At this point, I’m just along for the ride as our ragtag group continues their adventure to the Dark Tower.  As with The Drawing of the Three, our four main characters continue to grow exponentially in depth and interest as the series progresses.  As I’d pondered after the conclusion of book two, the ramifications of Roland saving Jake from being pushed by Jack Mort were brought to light with almost devastating consequences.  The Waste Lands flops back and forth from Jake in his world to Roland and his two sidekicks traveling in the Gunslinger’s.  These perspectives gave the reader both a deeper understanding to Jake’s background, as well as demonstrating…

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