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One of the Ten Best Books of The New York Times Book Review Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Now a miniseries from Hulu starring James Franco ON NOVEMBER 22, 1963, THREE SHOTS RANG OUT IN DALLAS, PRESIDENT KENNEDY DIED, AND THE WORLD CHANGED. WHAT IF YOU COULD CHANGE IT BACK? In this brilliantly conceived tour de force, Stephen King--who has absorbed the social, political, and popular culture of his generation more imaginatively and thoroughly...

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Best book you will ever read

This book is the best book i have ever read. It will pull you in and really make you think! Get a copy or two like i did and be prepared to only be thinking about this book

Page Turner!

King tackles one of the most thought about questions, "What if?" We always wonder what would happen if we could go back in time and change a moment in history. While this book is not scary in the King sense, it is a good read for those who don't usually enjoy his genre, and it will leave you wanting more!

"Life can change on a dime......"

I have never read Stephen King. I simply have not been a fan of "horror" stories. Having said that; however, 11/22/63 kept me up all night. A fascinating story! From the very first page, I felt as if I were right there in Al's Diner. I am intrigued by the Kennedys and read anything I can get my hands on about them. King's story had me asking myself "did that happen?". I so wanted Jake and Sadie to have a life together. It didn't happen and when Jake saw her later in life, I was not certain if she recognized him. King did an amazing job with this story. I just couldn't get enough of it. I hope that he will write more like this in the future. Amazing story!

A book that makes you think

I loved how thought through and detailed this book was. It has so many different storylines and things going on that made you think to try and follow it.

Time travel done differently.

I picked up this book last week due to a few people recommending it to me, saying that it was one of those books you just couldn't seem to put down. I put it off for a while (it came out while I was still in high school), but finally gave it a try. It definitely lived up to the hype. From page 1, I was gripped in the interesting take on time travel, and I finished this monster in just over a week. I was initially put off by the main idea of the story being the Kennedy assassination, but the way in which the book is written makes it feel like a very natural part of the story, not a cliche like it usually is. You get very emotionally invested in the characters, and you're gripped for almost the entirety of the book. I cannot recommend this enough. Even if you're not a Stephen King aficionado, this break from his routine horror/fantasy provides a refreshing, investing journey that transcends genre, tells an intensely emotional story, and leaves you satisfied, yet wanting more.

11/22/63 Mentions in Our Blog

11/22/63 in Presidential Fiction: Reimagining the Lives of U.S. Presidents
Presidential Fiction: Reimagining the Lives of U.S. Presidents
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • February 12, 2021

Celebrating Lincoln’s 1809 birth (February 12) and Presidents' Day, we thought it would be fun to explore the appearance of US presidents in fiction. From imaginative retellings to alternate histories to intimate depictions of behind-the-scenes relationships, here are some fun novels about America’s commanders-in-chief.

11/22/63 in 8 Quintessentially American Authors
8 Quintessentially American Authors
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • July 03, 2020

Today's America is hard to define. A land of promise. A melting pot. A country of immigrants. A study in contrasts. We are young. We are optimistic. We are angry. We are evolving. Here are eight contemporary authors who represent and celebrate the glorious diversity of the American experience.

11/22/63 in Long Live The King: 9 of Stephen King's Best Books
Long Live The King: 9 of Stephen King's Best Books
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • September 11, 2019

It's been quite a week for Stephen King with the releases of both It Chapter 2, the movie and his new novel, The Institute. But then again, with about 80 books and dozens of hit movies to his name, maybe it's just like any other workweek. In any case, we're superfans and wanted to showcase a few of our top picks from the versatile author. (Psst, it's not all horror)

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