The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary

The Customs officers interrogate Eddie for two hours. They are unable to find any evidence of his crime but are determined to keep him until they can. During this interrogation, Roland has to leave Eddie's mind for a few minutes in order to return to his own world. He drags his body out of the clutches of the strange sea creatures. When he returns to Eddie's mind, the Customs officers are forced to let Eddie leave for lack of evidence. When Eddie leaves, several unmarked cars immediately follow him. Eddie realizes that some of these followers are connected to the Customs investigation but that others are related to his drug boss, Balazar. Because Eddie's interrogation has been so short, there is suspicion that he has given evidence against Balazar.

Eddie takes a cab from the airport. Several government cars follow him...

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