The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel - Storm's Over & Afterword Summary & Analysis

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Storm's Over & Afterword Summary

In Storm's Over, Eddie recalls the party well, his words breaking the spell of silence. He and Jake thank Roland for the stories as Susannah notes that light has appeared above the boards covering the windows and the wind has dropped considerably. Deciding to sleep until afternoon, they lay down, but Jake thinks of the other side of the keyhole and of Roland's mother reading him stories when he was a boy as Jake's mother never did. The room is much brighter and the wind is calmer when Roland wakes in the early afternoon. Susannah is already awake, and she asks what Roland's mother wrote at the end of her letter. After pausing so long that Susannah does not believe he will answer, Roland admits that his mother's letter ended with "I forgive you everything. Can you forgive me...

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