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I'm going to get into some spoilery junk, so if you haven't read it, do yourself a major solid, and don't cheat I understand why Eddie died. It was ka. When Eddie died, I felt like I was so damned angry at King. I thought, "Finally, father and son are together Finally, Roland can stop beating himself up over dropping Jake.

King just had to go there.

Break my heart. Jake is without a doubt, my favorite character in this series.

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I don't know if I can fully explain why, but he is. I think its because his parents cast him off to the side, and let someone else raise him without any regard to his feelings There's a wisdom which comes from knowing "the truth", say thank ya, and Jake definitely shows it in this journey. Having Jake die But, I guess in the end, he didn't really die He just took his life to somewhere where Mid-World can't harm him any longer.

Roland, I've definitely loved since he openend the three doors, and formed his ka-tet. Well, Jake's journey into Mid-World for the second time was different, as we all know. There was never a time when I felt like I didn't like Roland. I always felt like When Roland was around, I felt like the ka-tet was safe. Safe from harm.

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But, I guess even the most powerful of gunslingers can't save everyone, can they? Well, he made me laugh quite a bit. He reminds me a bit of my older brother. Always cracking jokes, even when it's inappropriate. I really enjoyed the way his character grew and changed from junkie to a gunslinger who can stand with the best of the best Roland of Gilead. Eddie really grew on me, and matured over time.

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I think it is what partially helped him to grow on me. His undying love for Susannah proved he was more than just a recovering junkie wasting his life on drugs. It proved he was human, had a heart, and a will to live. But, being a gunslinger, he also proved his worth.

He helped to save the Dark Tower from falling, even if he didn't get to see the Dark Tower itself and touch it. Ka is a real bitch.

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I cried Told you I need Dark Tower therapy. Oy provided a lightness, a reprieve from darkness.

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He added so much character to the story, or at least I thought so. I think I said this in a previous review of one of the DT books, but I love animals. I have two cats of my own, and one of whom is very, very special to me. I thought, for the longest time, Oy would make it to the Dark Tower. I knew better deep down inside. I knew it was Roland's journey to make alone Oy had to die. Did I like it? Oh hell to the no, I did not. But, at least, it's just a story No real billy-bumbler died. Say thank ya big-big.

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Susannah, has been my least favorite character. She has been since the beginning. In a previous review, I said I thought her character was lacking, and I think King really brought her around in the end. She still isn't my favorite, and I don't 'hate' her character in the slightest.

In fact, I thought she was perfect for the series. However, she just wasn't my favorite. I, for some reason was surprised she was the one who made it that long on the journey. I really thought after Eddie died, she would be gone Actually, I thought she was going to die first. Don't know why I thought that, but I did. I knew someone For some reason, I suspected it was her.

King definitely proved me wrong. And for that, I say thank ya. I had someone spoil several things in the story for me before I started to read this journey, and it made me quite angry. Fortunately, I had a few people tell me the story was so much more than those few inklings of spoilers: Blaine the Train, the wolves of Calla Bryn Sturgis, the literary ties to other famous stories, Gasher, Pere Callahan and his story I also really admired him , etc I am glad I took this journey with Roland, Eddie, Susannah, Jake, and Oy, and everyone else they met along the path of the beam.

It was definitely a wild ride. It had it's ups and downs, action-packed and dull or down moments, but all in all, the journey was definitely worth it.

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View all 36 comments. He says: Saddle up, pards! The end. We have travelled long and hard. We have had many ups and downs, backward flips, dips, dives, shucks and even a case of good old-fashioned demon rape, say thankya. Say thankya big-big. The trip has been long and the cost has been high A long tale, like a tall Tower, must be built a stone at a time. But our quest to reach the Dark Tower did not disappoint.

I have travelled this path several times. Aye, hear me well, I beg! But this journey was different; forespecial. Why, you ask? Well, because of my companions. No matter how many were picked up or the ones who dropped off, the few that stuck with me until the very end made this reread unlike all the others. I would like to say thankya. We are Ka-Tet. We are one from many. We have shared khef. Hear me well, I beg! The fate of the rose must be secured. The fate of Stephen King must be secured.

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  7. The man in black, Mordred and the Crimson King must be defeated. But most importantly, we must stop the breakers. For if the beam is broken, the tower will collapse and all worlds will fall into nothingness. Endless darkness for all of eternity. Or is it Todash space where things crawl and creep and slither through the blinding darkness? Our enemies are many. The deck is stacked heavily against us. Don't waste the one or increase the other, if you please.