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

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The Skin-Man (Part 2) Summary

Young Bill Streeter says little as Roland tells his tale, but he asks questions about Tim as soon as Roland finishes the story. Dark has fallen, and Roland suspects that the deputies will not return with the miners until morning, but while telling the story, he had an uncomfortable thought; he would not admit that he could ride a horse if he was the skin-man! Roland thinks that Bill is a good boy, and he hopes that Everlynne of Serenity will take the orphan in. When the riders return with the unhappy miners, Roland has to remind himself that only one of them is the skin-man as he regards them all suspiciously. He thanks them for helping on behalf of Gilead and sends Kellin Frye and Canfield to buy everyone a drink while Arn and Vikka watch the back...

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