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The Dark Tower, Volume 3: Treachery (2009)

The Dark Tower, Volume 3: Treachery (2009)

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078513574X (ISBN13: 9780785135746)

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Treachery, Volume 3, introduces a character I have never met before in The Dark Tower Series - Cort's niece who wants to be a gunslinger. Too bad this is unheard of for girls, but she's a crackshot anyways. I wish there was more story with her in it, but still nice to see a lady.I'm not in love with the illustrations in this series. Often time the characters look like there eyes have been cut out...which is creepy and not the point. The excellent story lines are keeping me with it (and my Dark Tower obsession). Treachery, like the graphic novels before it, is a beautifully illustrated and written story. Although the final two parts are full of emotion and story, the same unfortunately cannot be said about the beginning. I did find Treachery to be a lot more slow paced than its predecessors. That's not to say that this isn't a good graphic novel. I particularly liked the events surrounding Roland's mother and of the personal struggles Roland faces himself. However I felt that the notion of 'Treachery' in this novel was easily seen and brought very little surprises.I am looking forward to reading 'The Fall of Gilead' as it promises (through its title) to be much more adventurous.

Do You like book The Dark Tower, Volume 3: Treachery (2009)?

This one was a little dull, compared to the previous volumes.

finally, some unexplored tales in this world of King's

I never grow tired of learning about Roland's past.

truely great insight into the dark tower tale.

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