The Little Sisters of Eluria by Stephen King is a fantasy horror novella originally published in 1998. It has been known as the (additional) prequel to The Dark Tower series, as book 0.5. It pictures the infancy of gunslinger Roland Deschain’s thrilling quest and the beginning of his chase for Walter o’Dim, the Man in Black.
Chronologically, the book is followed by The Gunslinger (Book 1).
* Find the other books of The Dark Tower Series here.
Cover and Details of The Little Sisters of Eluria by Stephen King (PDF)
- Title: The Little Sisters of Eluria (The Dark Tower, Book 0.5)
- Author: Stephen King
- Publisher: Hampton Falls
- Date Published: January 1, 2008
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1880418738
- ISBN-13: 9781880418734
Summary of the Book
“The Man in Black fled across the desert and the Gunslinger followed.” This is our introduction to Roland Deschain, the last Gunslinger…Twenty years later Stephen King revised and expanded this volume. In his own words: “What I did want to do was to give newcomers to the tale of the Tower (and old readers who want to refresh their memories) a clearer start and a slightly easier entry into Roland’s world. I also wanted them to have a volume that more effectively foreshadowed coming events.
Reviews of The Little Sisters of Eluria
A Fantastic short story about Roland Deushain of gilead along his quest to find the dark tower, this story takes place before Roland meets up with Jake, Eddie and his other compainions. If your like me and love the Dark tower series then dont miss this story, It doesnt matter if you choose to read this before durning or after you read the dark tower novels, This is a great story to get you started with the Series though and worth reading. (by Emily, goodreads.com)
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