The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

Eddie's behavior has made the stewardess suspicious. From inside Eddie's mind, Roland watches her actions and worries that she will do something to stop Eddie from doing whatever it is he has planned to do. Roland does not completely understand what Eddie is doing, but he knows that Eddie needs to clear the Customs officials without letting them discover the cocaine that is strapped to his body. Jane, the stewardess, begins to think that Eddie is a terrorist and puts together a plan to stop him from being able to get a supposed weapon out of his bag. The weapon turns out to just be his passport, and Jane is relieved. However, she shares her suspicions with her coworker, who labels Eddie as a drug smuggler. The two of them tell the captain what they suspect.

Roland puzzles over the information...

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