Everything you need to understand or teach The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King.
This second addition to the Dark Tower series brings the reader through a series of different times and places as its hero, Roland, continues on his quest for the Dark Tower. Roland develops strong friendships as he works to overcome a nearly fatal infection. However, the Dark Tower looms in the future and Roland realizes that his search for the Dark Tower might be both the beginning and the end of his relationships with his new companions.
Roland awakes on the beach after sacrificing Jake to continue on the quest for the Dark Tower. He is haunted by the man in black, Walter, a long-time negative force in his life. Roland narrowly avoids being eaten by the lobster creatures that inhabit the sea. To further complicate his problems, he is wounded by an attack by the lobster creatures. His supply of bullets is also damaged, greatly reducing his chances for... View more of the The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Summary