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This is actually a quote from Steven King's novel "The Gunslinger," the first book in the Dark Tower series.

Jake says this to our hero, Roland, the world's last gunslinger in a world that has moved on. Jake is from our world, from New York City, and has just died under the wheels of a Cadillac when the gunslinger finds him at a deserted way station. Roland has pursued the man in black across the desert, finding Jake along the way.

Beyond the desert, under the mountains on a decaying rail track, Jake is clinging to Roland's arm over a deep chasm. Yards away, the man in black tells Roland he must choose the boy's life, or catching Walter (the man in black) and being able to continue his quest for the Dark Tower.

Jake's last words before Roland drops him are: "Go then. There are other worlds than these."

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