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Author Topic: The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole - A new Dark Tower novel by Stephen  (Read 1742 times)

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The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole - A new Dark Tower novel by Stephen King

Hi Folks!

We are pleased to announce we'll be getting a limited supply of The Dark Tower: the Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King, which Scribner will be publishing as a trade hardcover edition next year!

The Wind Through the KeyholeThe announcement letter from Stephen King:

"At some point, while worrying over the copyedited manuscript of the next book (11/22/63, out November 8th), I started thinking—and dreaming—about Mid-World again. The major story of Roland and his ka-tet was told, but I realized there was at least one hole in the narrative progression: what happened to Roland, Jake, Eddie, Susannah, and Oy between the time they leave the Emerald City (the end of Wizard and Glass) and the time we pick them up again, on the outskirts of Calla Bryn Sturgis (the beginning of Wolves of the Calla)?

There was a storm, I decided. One of sudden and vicious intensity. The kind to which billy-bumblers like Oy are particularly susceptible. Little by little, a story began to take shape. I saw a line of riders, one of them Roland's old mate, Jamie DeCurry, emerging from clouds of alkali dust thrown by a high wind. I saw a severed head on a fencepost. I saw a swamp full of dangers and terrors. I saw just enough to want to see the rest. Long story short, I went back to visit an-tet with my friends for awhile. The result is a novel called The Wind Through the Keyhole. It's finished, and I expect it will be published next year.

It won't tell you much that's new about Roland and his friends, but there's a lot none of us knew about Mid-World, both past and present. The novel is shorter than DT 2-7, but quite a bit longer than the first volume—call this one DT-4.5. It's not going to change anybody's life, but God, I had fun."

Read more or place your order today while our supplies last!

Add A Special Exclusive Slipcase To Your Order To Protect Your Book!

Even though The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King is being published by another publisher, we've heard from so many customers who want one of our special slipcases to protect their investment that we've decided to accept preorders for a custom-made slipcase for this title! We will only make enough slipcases to fill our preorders, so don't wait to reserve yours!

The easiest way to add one to your purchase is by selecting the "Trade Hardcover Edition with Exclusive Slipcase!" option above — you'll also save on shipping by ordering this way! (You can order just the slipcase by itself on the The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole Slipcase product page.)

Don't know what a slipcase is? That's okay! It's easily the best way to protect your book for generations to come. You can see some sample images of other slipcases we've made below. We're using the same high-quality materials we have used for our previous Stephen King cases, with one color hot foil stamping. The company who makes these for us is the best in the business and you won't find a better way to protect your investment! (If you are new to collecting, you can read more about slipcases on our Book FAQ page.)

We're selling these special slipcases for just $23.95, making them an extremely affordable way to protect your book.  These cases will be produced after the book is published because we need a real copy of the book to get the sizing just right and your book and slipcase will ship together. We think our collectors will be very pleased with what we have in mind for these very special cases, and we don't know how long we'll be selling this as an option, so don't wait to place your order!

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