The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel - Starkblast Summary & Analysis

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"The Wind Through the Keyhole" by Stephen King is the eighth book in the Dark Tower series, though it falls between books four and five chronologically. While taking shelter from a storm, Roland tells his three companions a personal story from his youth as well as a story his mother told him when he was a boy. "The Wind Through the Keyhole" is an interesting combination of two stories within the larger context of the Dark Tower series.

In the days after leaving the Green Palace, Jake ranges ahead of Roland, Eddie and Susannah, but the men do not worry because Jake has his father's gun and the bumbler, Oy, plus they know he will not stray from the Path of the Beam which leads them toward the Dark Tower. When they breast the hill two hours later, they see Jake and Oy...

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