/starts crying because this ebook site doesn’t have The Wind Through the Keyhole

how can I already be done with this series well except for the comics

Susannah’s decision was one of the things that had already been spoiled for me, and I’ve seen a lot of people give her shit for it, like she should’ve stayed (and undoubtedly died) out of some weird sense of honor or camaraderie or something. Fuck that, let her go be happy, even if it’s in a false world. There was no more ka-tet, no more obligation. Yes, she cared deeply about Roland, but his quest wasn’t hers anymore.

she was one of my favorites I will fight people over Susannah Dean ok

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the other world’s are also maine

All worlds, fictional and real, are Maine
Everyone speaks in a dialect consisting only of drawn-out vowels and the word “ayuh”

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but is everyone from Maine an asshole in this story too

Some are and some aren’t. Stephen King takes a lot of cheap shots at himself (the main character hates him now, unsurprisingly), but most of the really nasty characters were from other worlds.


she had curves in all the right places, and all the left places, also, and in places forgotten by time, and in places known only by dwarven scholars

(via burntheheart)

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Oh no, are they just fridging people for his manpains?

No, it’s just one of those stories where you know pretty much everyone is going to die (except Stephen King, who is literally a character in the story, which is a necessary plot point but still fills me with the standard self-insert reaction of vague amusement and revulsion).
The main character does have a lot of manpain, ngl, but it’s the “been around for like thousands of years and watched everyone around me die, assuming I didn’t cause their deaths somehow” type.

jetpackbunnies said: was it a shitty kid atleast

No. I almost wish he had been, but he was one of the best characters in the series. Also the main character’s adopted son, so there was nothing but pain and angst all around.

you killed a child to save your shitty self-insert, I cannot even deal with this right now

what the fuck, Stephen King

10/10 best and worst series I've ever read