The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Prologue: The Sailor Summary & Analysis

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Prologue: The Sailor Summary

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 the beginning and the end of his relationships with his new companions.

Roland falls asleep next to the ocean. He dreams that he is Jake, and feels himself drown. He curses himself for sacrificing Jake to his ambition for the Dark Tower. He wakes from his dreams and finds that the tide is beginning to come in. He worries about his guns and the effects of the water on their usefulness. As the waves rise...

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