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Ep. 28 The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass — Wrap-Up



In this episode of Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came, we finish The Dark Tower, Book IV, Wizard and Glass.

  • Introduction (00:12)
  • Overall book recap (00:42)
  • The Afterword (02:04)
  • Comparison of how King ends the stories in the book: Blaine vs. Mejis vs. Oz (12:17)
  • Our final thoughts (18:46)
  • Why is the book titled “Wizard and Glass?” (20:54)
  • Critical reception (28:53)
  • Listener feedback (39:55)
  • Book and show logistics (49:11)
  • Outro (50:02)

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Intro and outro music is Western Cowboys Logo by Shorties.

Next Episode: We explore The Dark Tower, Book 4.5, The Wind Through the Keyhole, Starkblast.


Ep. 27 The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass — All God’s Chillun Got Shoes, Chapters 1-4



In this episode of Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came, we finish The Dark Tower, Book IV, Wizard and Glass, with the All God’s Chillun Got Shoes section.

  • Introduction (0:00)
  • Matricide–Is it that bad? (1:28)
  • Gabrielle’s motivation (9:00)
  • Dave McKean, Neal Gaiman, and Sandman connection (16:03)
  • Why does Roland share this story (17:22)
  • The Green Palace (29:00)
  • Sean goes on about the end, the real end, the end-end (34:29)
  • Roland gets emotional (34:45)
  • Fun stuff (40:14)
  • Outro (51:28)

For more information about the show, check us out at twoguystothedarktowercame.com. You can also email us at twoguysdarktower@gmail.com. Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/2guysdarktower/ and our and our Twitter feed is @2guysdarktower.

Intro and outro music is Western Cowboys Logo by Shorties.

Croce, Jim. “New York’s Not My Home.” Photographs and Memories. Saja Music Co, 1985. CD.

Next Episode: We will wrap our discussion of The Dark Tower, Book IV, Wizard and Glass, with our final thoughts, overall impression, book reviews, and reader feedback.