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Black House By Stephen King
The story is a fantasy novel just like many other stories written by Stephen King. The use of the same hero is a nice act of Stephen King as it brings back the association of those readers who read and liked jack Sawyer when he was in his youth looking for his mother in a horrible world.
The Talisman series also possesses a link with the story, thus the story has a strong background and we already know all about the main character when the story starts or unfolds itself. The hero is retired when the story starts because of his horrible nightmares perhaps.
The young Jack Sawyer is not present in him anymore who went into another world for his mother. But a few step ahead we again suddenly find him ready to fight against the evil forces that are threatening the city and killing to local people mercilessly. The fighting nature of evil makes us remember the hero of The Dark Tower II, also shifting of the hero from one world to the other is almost the same as was present in The Tower.
The beauty of the story is that in its final solution lies the cure for both, the problem of the people on which the evil force was attacking and also the problem that the main character faces that forces him to retire. Frank Muller through his narration has also kept the psychological intensity of the main character alive. We feel the thing that is troubling his mind in each dialogue that is delivered because of the narrator’s forceful pitch.