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  • Publisher‏:‎ Scribner; Illustrated edition (November 8, 2011)
  • Publication date‏:‎ November 8, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 136 MB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 1121 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

11/22/63: A Novel

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  1. I am a big Stephen King fan but it took me a while to pick this one up because, while I love his long novels like The Stand and It, they are a lot of work to get through and their un put down ableness and length usually disrupt my life, even if it s a re read If you re in the same boat, do not worry about that, this book is easy to follow and it s a pleasure to eat up this feast of a novel In fact, I d suggest you take your time It s the voyage, not the destination, and this voyage is worth savo [...]


  2. I swore off Stephen King novels in 1984 after reading Pet Sematary when my eldest child was 2 and the little boy in the book was 2 But a dear friend recommended 11 22 63 and insisted I would love it She was right I literally could not put it down Stayed up all night reading it I remember the assassination of President Kennedy and his funeral even though I was barely school age What if we ve all wondered Read this book HIGHLY recommend.


  3. I tend to avoid Stephen king novels that are longer than 250 to 300 pages I ve read the shining and Salem s lot and some short stories but his other novels are just so long with redundant characters that don t seem to make me care about them Even the style of talking seems outdated That said, being a history buff I gave it a shot The story was immersive and I became interested in the slice of life day to day lives and very uninterested in the main goal of the Kennedy plot I do think it could hav [...]


  4. Stephen King remains my favorite author since I first picked up one of his books, way back in 1979 I had seen one of his movies and liked it so much that my husband surprised me with a first edition, hardback book called, The Shining, by Stephen King I m pretty sure I read it the first time in less than a week and I was hooked From that point forward I wanted every book, story, article or paragraph that Mr King wrote Throughout the years I have collected almost everyone if his books, keeping in [...]


  5. The time travel universe, The cause and effect of going back in time to change the future It s all there against the tantalizing assassination of Kennedy with Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone assassination.Had to skip over some of the longer, lingering, and to me almost pointless passages If your looking for a proof positive expose of the Oswald lone gunman theories, it s not here That fallow field has been tilled, tilled, and tilled again.If you want some insights into how Oswald may have been han [...]


  6. I began reading this novel with an open mind and finished it with the impression that Mr King has not kept up with with the news the senate hearings which proclaimed that the assassination of JFK was committed by than one shooter This left me feeling as if I d just wasted time and money on a waste of effortdeeply disappointing.


  7. This was my first Stephen King novel and there were a lot of positives It is a fluid, mature writing style with a wide ranging vocabulary and copious allusions I found the English typically American Since the setting mostly involved the Southern US and small town communities of the 1950 s and early 60 s, there was a lot of slang and expressions of local coloring King did an outstanding job of describing his characters and their times There was also an abundance of detail regarding events leading [...]