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11:22:63 not only marks the return of Stephen King to his brilliant best, but it is also quite possibly his finest ever novel. Everything about it is spot on. The characters are excellent, but this is only as I expected, as I have always thought that characterisation was one of King's greatest strengths.
In his latest book the main character is Jake Epping/George Amberson and he is the archetypal Stephen King "ordinary Joe", a man unwittingly carried along a path on which he has to take decisive actions for the ultimate good of the human race. The story, about travelling back in time to change the future, is superb.
Only King at his best could make such an implausible plot line as this seem not only plausible, but utterly believable. Occasionally Stephen King has spoilt a very good book by providing us with a weak ending; this is certainly not the case with 11:22:63 because all the strands of the plot are tied up in an extremely satisfying manner. King even gives us an absolutely sublime final page, one which left me with a massive lump in my throat. 11:22:63 is a remarkable book.
'Mammoth but entertaining, this is part sci-fi, part suspense and part travelogue of a long-ago America.'
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This is by far, the best Stephen King book I have read in a long time and I love all of his books! The basic premise: if you could, would you go back in time to prevent the assassination of JFK? This is surely something in different forms, we have all considered.(mine would be Hitler) Who wouldn't time travel given the opportunity?
However, this thought provoking and frankly beautifully written book skilfully explore the pitfalls and complications of time travel. The main character, Jake, is likeable and keen to do the right thing. Does he succeed in his mission? I'm not telling you, but you will laugh and cry as you travel back to 1958 with Jake.
Just a little sideline- I loved the reference to another of King's masterpieces, "It" and fans of King will easily spot this.
Overall, simply wonderful, I am so miserable now I have finished this book as nothing else I have subsequently picked up is as good!
This is only my second Stephen King book.
I enjoyed this more than any book I have read in the last couple of years. It has kept me hooked from the very beginning.
My only tiny criticism (and it's not enough to drop a star) is King's constant over use of the phrase 'Obdurate past' - barely a handful of pages passes without it being mentioned.
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