“When is a door not a door? When it is a jar.”
A lesson in the craft of creating worlds. Some of the loose threads from The Gunslinger and The Drawing of the Three come together and a complex and fascinating weave is beginning to take shape.
The worlds we travel through are very varied – and there’s also a happy surprise in the book, adding to its appeal. One might say that if you’re not a “tower junkie” after putting this one down, chances are you’ll never be.
Metaphysical fantasy at its best, with a cliffhanger ending that cruelly left us readers waiting for the sequel for five years.