11/22/63 by Stephen King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
All I can say is, Stephen King still has the stuff of legend. This book took me back in time, to my childhood. I remember these events, I remember it all. And he took me back there and I relived it all.
The story is tight, the plot is amazing good. Not a word is wasted. I couldn't turn the darn thing off at the end of the day, I was so engrossed in the story line.
Every character is as vividly drawn as a person standing in front of me. King's characters always live and breathe within the pages. I feel like I know them all on the most intimate terms.
Craig Wasson is the perfect reader. A fantastic actor, he gave every character his or her own voice. I stopped seeing his face and saw different faces for each character. His vocal reproductions of Kennedy, Cronkite, and others was so spot on, I felt like they were actually talking.
I will own the ebook, but I won't take anything for my audio book. And this is a definite keeper. Once again, Stephen proves he's the King of the Literary Hill.
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