I've been wanting to read a Stephen King Novel forever now. My daughters are now at the age when I started watching movies based on his books (Carrie, Cujo, Misery, and The Shining) and reading his books--Pet Cemetary, It, etc. Last year, he came out with an 850 page monster--11/22/63. I loaded it on my Kindle to read during Thanksgiving Break. Long story short, I just finished it in March.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book. The notion of time travel and changing events poses many questions. This concept was covered so thoroughly (well . . . the book WAS 850 pages after all!). I love how King pays such attention to seemingly insignificant details. I would, however, recommend reading this in a more condensed period of time than I did. I had forgotten some of the characters from earlier in the novel and should have known they would resurface later.
I would not let anyone younger than 16 to read this book--some intimate adult moments.
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