I agree with you.......The rotten thing about Sai King's books is that they END....how dare he! Actually, TWTTK was an unexpected gift in a series that was thought to be finished. I couldn't ask for more!
I thought this thread was about "In the Tall Grass", based on the subject. I was surprised when I hit the end (doubly surprising as an ebook) I loved 'through the keyhole. My only disappointment was having to leave the story again. I don't think any length will fix that.
DT books could always be longer. But what we got was well worth the price.
100% agree, I am reading Wind Through the Keyhole right now - - almost finished. I am loving it. I do not care about the length, but the content. I really hope SK comes out with another book like this.
I really enjoyed The Wind Through the Keyhole, and its been a couple of years since I read the complete Dark Tower Series, so it was nice to go back, I myself dont really mind if its only a 300 page novel, just glad to read Sai King.
The Convenant Mans character was interesting, as I dont really know if he ended up being a help to Tim Southeart, even though he was willing to take his mothers land, as he gave the key to Tim to search Kells secret box, to find out what really happend to his father. But the convenant man did blind his mother, so Im not too sure.