WEFOUNDThe Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah


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But there are many other elements mixed in, including a J. R. R. Tolkien-style fantasy realm called Mid-World, where King presents large-scale battles, sorcery, and strange creatures like Oy, a kind of talking dog called a billy-bumbler. Also influential are 1960s spaghetti westerns starring Clint Eastwood, on whose "man with no name" King drew for the series' gunslinger hero, Roland Deschain. There are borrowings from science fiction, including robots and a thematic concern with the dehumanizing effects of modern technology. And there is realistic drama: one main character, Brooklyn-born Eddie Dean, must overcome heroin addiction.

All these styles and genres merge into an epic quest, pitting Roland against evil forces that would topple the Dark Tower and destroy the universe.

Although his original advance for the book was only $2,500, the paperback rights to Carrie sold to Signet for an astounding $400,000. An unprecedented run of bestselling novels and short story collections followed, including "Salem's Lot (1975), The Shining (1977), Cujo (1981), The Tommyknockers (1987), Hearts in Atlantis (1999), and From a Buick 8 (2002). Many of King's works have been adapted into high-profile movies and television miniseries.

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