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  • Sarah Sanders

    11/22/63 GREAT book! Worth the read

  • Deb Kovach

    Loved this book. Elements of history and the ultimate "what if" story. This is my 2nd favorite book by Stephen King. I still say "The Stand" is the BEST book I have ever read.

  • Jacquie Bair

    Worth reading - wicked long.

  • Maggie Bokelman

    My first Stephen King book . . . love time travel books, and this one was great. Plus, the main characters are an English teacher and a librarian.

  • Quinn Wilson

    next on my reading list... Stephen King - 11/22/63.

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