Wednesday, January 25, 2012
11/22/63 By Stephen King
Great book. A bit of a different type of book for King in the sense that it is not a anti-climactic story. Stephen King's writing style focuses on the ride as opposed to the destination. Amazing time (1958), in a sense, makes you sad what we have gotten so far away from that time, at the same time making you feel bad. The book is a bit big but well worth the investment.
The book is about a man that travels back in time to attempt to save President Kennedy from being assassinated. The book is full of strange twists and turns.
PARENTAL WARNING: Describes Murders in grave details as well as sex.
Hardcover: 849 pages
Publisher: Scribner; First Edition/First Printing edition (November 8, 2011)