The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Friday, 10 September 2004]

Mini-Review: The Waste Lands

The Waste Lands is the third book in Stephen King’s magnum opus The Dark Tower. It is perhaps flippant to dismiss the book as, indeed, a waste, but there’s just no way around it.

The Waste Lands feels like the interminable middle section of most King novels, where nothing happens to pull the story forward, but there are lots and lots of words blippety blippety and scary things happen.

I gave up halfway through.

**Listening To: **“Song For Chesh” by Fatboy Slim itunes

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