By Bev Vincent
Meet eight secondary characters from The darkish Tower sequence who did not make it into Bev Vincent's acclaimed the line to the darkish Tower, the world's such a lot in-depth look at Stephen King's epic sequence! it is a supplemental replace to Bev's publication and doesn't include the whole textual content of the line to the darkish Tower. you'll find the entire textual content in different places on Amazon.
From Bev Vincent's introduction:
"My agreement with NAL (New American Library) for the line to the darkish Tower stipulated that i might convey to them a 70,000-word manuscript. Ron Martirano, my editor, stated i may most likely move as excessive as 80,000, yet my writer desired to preserve the ebook from showing too thick and daunting at the shelf.
Early on, I had an idea i used to be going to have a troublesome time protecting it below 100,000 phrases. What i finally submitted ran a bit of over 130,000 phrases, together with footnotes and appendices. I totally anticipated to learn i would need to lower a few -- or much -- of fabric, a method i didn't relish.
Fortunately, my editor is as vast partial to the darkish Tower sequence as i'm and he made no point out of the truth that i would added approximately double what my agreement distinctive, concentrating as a substitute at the content.
However, I had already got rid of a few fabric sooner than I submitted the manuscript. The Dramatis Personae bankruptcy used to be by way of a long way the longest within the booklet and my first draft featured not just the primary characters yet subsidiary characters who both made repeat appearances during the sequence or who I thought of pivotal for different reasons.
Rather than decrease the distance dedicated to the most important characters, i made a decision, after a lot soul-searching and remorse, to delete a number of the lesser gamers. Now, because of this Cemetery Dance chapbook, i've got the chance to reintroduce readers to 8 characters valuable of scrutiny.
Here, then, are the nice, the undesirable, and the ugly."
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The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: 8 Secondary Characters from The Dark Tower Series by Bev Vincent