Somesthing might happen more frequently
NO I like time travel books but this one is silly ..... another reviewer called it bloat ... I call it boredom
I like time travel books. The reader made the 20 or so hours I listened tolerable. At this point I don't care what happens .... I've had enough endless details about nothing. I have never read a book that moved so slowly. If you like endless nothing going nowhere then this book is for you. I'm just bored with this one.
Just a normal guy.
A riveting story of what if. The possibilities of time travel and the effect on history is really compelling and King does an amazing job in pulling those possibilities out is a realistic way. Crain Wasson does an amazing job in narrating the book, it felt like a fireside conversation with a good friend. Little disappointed in the ending, but overall this was a fantastic journey well worth taking.
Favorite books are Mystery & Thrillers followed close by SciFi & Fantasy.
I usually don't read Stephen King's books, but the subject matter got my attention. It was fantastic. I am glad I overcame the fear of expecting a clown to appear in an alley. Very well written. Narration was perfect, Craig Wasson did an outstanding job.
German by birth - cosmopolitan by conviction. A CFO enjoying dynamic and multicultural Asia. Classic car and history buff and scuba diver.
I enjoyed the listen a lot. The story is fascinating. While the JFK assassination remains a favorite subject of speculation what happened then and how history might have been different without that tragedy, King combines the mystic theme of time travel with the assassination to a book which tied me to the iPod. The only downside - although not really material - is, that the story has some lengths in the middle section. Anyway - the last 5 hours certainly compensate for some extra time spent listening during the approach to the amazing culmination.
I am a data warehouse admin with 2 kids and a long drive to work/drop off schedule. I love to listen to audiobooks during my commute!
I listen to books during my commute, but this was sooo good...I took it to the gym and listened to it before I went to sleep...I couldn't stop listening! This was my first Steven King novel, but it won't be my last!
I really enjoyed the plot, the characters, and the way the this story progressed. I thought it was very well thought out and took me on a very nice adventure.
There is a point, no a couple of times in this book that really have your complete attention, you CAN NOT stop. It was wonderful.
I was less than thrilled with the love interest, it seemed to get in the way sometimes.
12 step program please. I am addicted to Audible! I love trashy sexy books, award winning novels and everything between. Bring it!
This was my 1st Stephen King download. I am not familiar with too many of his books. but I wanted to give it a try since it is a downloading favorite. I'm so glad I did. I loved this audio. This is the story of Jake Epping and his reluctant mission to change the course of events. And at every turn, there is suspense, mystery, love, heartache, despair, longing, confusion, joy, and violence. But not too much violence. Not being familiar with King's work I thought it would be all violence. I was happily surprised that it didn't overwhelm the listen. The story is interesting and grips you once Jake's journey begins. There are many interesting characters, some admirable, some creepy, and a few that are out of this world.
Craig Wasson was great. He brought the story to life for me.
Yes, great premise, great story.
Bill Turcotte, I enjoyed the little twist when it is revealed who he is. It is just interesing when you see that there is more to the "bad guy" and that what appears in public is not the person in private. I just think that King layers the stories so well.
Craig Wasson brings great acting skills with a fresh voice for each character. I ended up caught up in the story because each character came to life with the accents and gender distinctions clearly played into the story. Wow; truly voiced with great drama and skill!
I was moved with the call to Harry's sister later in her life. It captured the reality that no matter how much you try to fix something, life is still a death sentence. The outcome is always death and survival is always temporary.
I did appreciate the trip down the "colored path". I think we can wear rose-colored glasses regarding the past. It cannot be forgotten how it was for people of color during that time.
In the top five audiobooks... for quality of production and excellent narration.
Great voice, easy to listen to and excellent characters. You know who's speaking regardless of the author's cues.
I haven't read or listened to any Stephen King novels since The Stand. I must say, 11-22-63 was a great listen, the narrator did a wonderful job bringing the characters to life.