The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel - The Skin-Man (Part 2), pages 88-106 Summary & Analysis

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The Skin-Man (Part 2), pages 88-106 Summary

Halfway to Debaria, Roland and Bill take shelter in a shepherd's lean-to to eat, and Bill is amazed that Roland is a gunslinger. As Roland shows the boy a trick to make the bullet disappear, the boy starts to sleep, and Roland tells him to recall last night, promising that he is safe. Bill's father sent him to sleep outside to get away from Elrod, and Bill's sleep was interrupted by the sounds of screams and fighting, but when he ran down, he saw blood and a beast ripping Elrod to pieces. Jefferson shot at Bill, saving his life as it caused Bill to hide in the shed. The bear's growls turned into a cat's snarls and then into a human's screams. A man staggered inside the shed, but all Bill saw was the man's...

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