Stephen King started writing the first Dark Tower novel in 1970, although a mass market edition of the first novel in the ‘cycle’ did not appear until 1988. It quickly earned cult status, apparently concluding with the seventh novel in 2004. King returned to the story of Roland Deschain and his quest for the mysterious Dark Tower with The Wind Through the Keyhole last year. So far, the epic is barely contained in in eight novels, a novella, and links to many of his other books and short stories.
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