The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary

Roland slowly comes to realize that he is in the head of another person. Though Roland is not given his name, the reader finds out that this is Eddie Dean. Eddie Dean is on an airplane, coming back from a recently completed drug deal. He has two pounds of cocaine strapped on his body and he is worried about passing through Customs when the plane arrives in New York. When he goes to the bathroom, he looks at himself in the mirror. Instead of seeing his own eyes, he sees the blue eyes of someone else. This scares him. He returns to his seat and passes out.

Eddie is unable to understand what is happening to his body. His own drug addiction is too overpowering for him to notice what is going on around him or within him. Instead of investigating...

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