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11-23-63 by Steven King

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InnerLight posted 12/3/2012 23:47 PM

I'm listening to the audiobook, it's long and very engaging, what a story! I recommend it.

itsjustnotfiar posted 12/4/2012 07:12 AM

Me too. Started reading it but quickly downloaded from audible.com. I like it so far but am only a third of the way done.

Sad in AZ posted 12/11/2012 06:58 AM

*sigh* I love SK, but I wasn't overly impressed with this one. Maybe I should re-read it...

itainteasy posted 12/11/2012 07:20 AM

I loved this book. I thought it was very engaging, and I loved his take on the "What if JFK had lived".

toonces posted 12/13/2012 21:30 PM

My wife listened to the audiobook last spring while I read the book over summer vacation.

Two thumbs up !

Teach8 posted 12/14/2012 17:40 PM

I loved it too. I love King in general but I hadn't read him in a while. I love his wit and sarcasm.

InnerLight posted 12/18/2012 00:43 AM

This was a blast. Finished it a little while ago. I love time travel!

starlight posted 12/22/2012 16:26 PM

I thought this was a great book-went back and reread the ending 4 or 5 times!

wantmore posted 12/24/2012 14:10 PM

It's $3.99 on Kindle today!

http://www.amazon.com/11-22-63-ebook/dp/B005K0HDGE/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1356379636&sr=1-1&keywords=stephen+king+11+22+63

Lostlassie posted 12/25/2012 19:05 PM

LOL i paid full price for it when I got it on my nook. Good book but I didnt like the ending.

JanaGreen posted 1/22/2013 15:59 PM

I'm reading it now, loving it.

seekingright2013 posted 2/16/2013 08:53 AM

I loved it too. I had not read Steven King for at least 10 years -- I was so scarred by "Pet Sematary", I swore I'd never read anything else by SK ever again.

BUT 11-22-63 was one of the New York Times best books of 2011, so I gave it a shot.

I'm glad I did. I really think King crosses over into "Lit-truh-chuh" with this one.

The theme in particular that appealed to me was trying to change the past -- and how the past doesn't want to be changed. ... And that things happen for a reason. Thought-provoking themes for those of us that find ourselves here on SI, would you agree?

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