11.22.63: Stephen King

£6.495
FREE Shipping

11.22.63: Stephen King

11.22.63: Stephen King

RRP: £12.99
Price: £6.495
£6.495 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

As an experiment, Jake travels back to 1958 to save Harry's family, who will be killed by his father on Halloween night. Some may consider The Stand his masterpiece (to his dismay - who wants to think he's already reached the peak of his writing career three decades ago? This would be fine (or something on the yawn-inducing side of fine) if this were a fast, plot-driven book, but it's not. Book Marks reported 46% of critics gave the book a "rave" review, while 31% and 8% expressed "positive" and "mixed" impressions. King introduces some of the key players from It into the events of this novel, cementing the history of that fictional town in place.

And the same remains true for the Land of Ago, the glorious past of absent airport security, no cholesterol warnings, and everyone happily puffing their way to lung cancers. I know you were because you did it, that's to say I did it, and I'm here now to stop myself from doing it. He plays here and there with timing and he lets us know in the afterward, but mostly, he sticks to the facts.Jake instead stays in 1958 for some time, contemplating whether to warn Sadie about John Clayton or not. If you also had a chance to time travel, would you try to save JFK from the patsy or the real killer’s bullets ( in this book: patsy is the killer) in expanse the change of the entire time line like Jake Epping did in this story ?

The 1950s-60s are described with sweetness and nostalgia, but King never hesitates to bluntly remind the reader that the past has teeth and it's not afraid to bite. He was a man that had been to war, and I find it hard to believe he would have committed American kids to die in the jungles of Southeast Asia. As unbelievable as it sounds, King has written one of the most tender, intimate, and swoon-worthy romances of all time between these pages.According to King, the idea for the novel first came to him in 1971, [14] before the release of his first novel, Carrie (1974). On November 22, 1963, three shots rang out in Dallas, President Kennedy died, and the world changed. On my first read I sometimes felt a bit bored by the JFK plot, but I think that was because I was so impatient to get back to Jake's life and relationship with Sadie. The thing I still don't get is, in the real timeline, Oswald died as a direct result of having been arrested for Kennedy's murder.

Fans of his story "It" may be excited to know he revisits the town of Derry, Maine, where "It" was located. And, as the ominous date of 11/22/63 approaches, he encounters a troubled loner named Lee Harvey Oswald. and showing the darker side: segregation and the two doors and three signs - "Men" on one door, "Women" on the other door, and "Colored" leading to a plank of wood over a small stream.After that, you could try more King, or move on and at least be able to tell your friends, “yeah, I read a Stephen King book *accomplished grin on face*”. As Stephen was unable to find placement as a teacher immediately, the Kings lived on his earnings as a laborer at an industrial laundry, and her student loan and savings, with an occasional boost from a short story sale to men's magazines.

Edit - Actually, I realized later on that even this doesn't make sense since the Cowboys and Texans were both formed in 1960. The review in the Bangor Daily News commented that the novel "[is] another winner", [32] but provided no critical review of the plot construction. On that grey street, with the smell of industrial smokes in the air and the afternoon bleeding away to evening, downtown Derry looked only marginally more charming than a dead hooker in a church pew. King first talked publicly about the idea in Marvel Spotlight magazine issue The Dark Tower (January 27, 2007), prior to the beginning of the ongoing comic book adaptation of his Dark Tower series. Hi, my name is Jake Epping and I’m a dull high school English teacher who has decided to go back in time to prevent JFK from being assassinated.Just the imagination of King going more toward sci-fi elements makes me lose even more of my already shattered mind. Kennedy's assassination, hoping that doing so would stop the Vietnam War and change history for the better. With extraordinary imaginative power, King weaves the social, political and popular culture of his baby-boom American generation into a devastating exercise in escalating suspense. But, since it isn’t really horror, more historical fiction and alternative reality, I think that some people who have been shying away from King might greatly enjoy this.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop