Can't Stop the Signal

About the little things, and the big things. Actually about all the things


11/22/63 - Stephen King An excellent read without doubt. A couple of annoying things about the main character who seems a little bland. Who goes blundering into the past to save a family from a murderous father without even taking five minutes to figure out the name of the father and where they live? Sure, time is running out in the present but hello...

PS! I've read a couple poor reviews that claim King glorifies JFK in this book, but I certainly can't see it. He captures what I imagine was the public opinion of the president at the time, and the events in the end game surely paints him as less than capable.

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