Dennis Miller has lost touch and this book must been the beginning of his downfall. Its simply not funny. I was hoping for a couple of laughs and got maybe 3; I was looking for insights and got none. Don't waste your time. There's a reason he's not on TV anymore; he has nothing original to say.
I'm not sure who would enjoy this, I'm sure some did, I couldn't find the characters likable nor could I relate to them.
No, I love the genre, just not this book.
This book was wonderfully performed.
I didn't get through it, so I don't know
It is well thought out premise. We did not choose our genetics nor our experiences,nor can we control out thoughts or perceptions, so how can our next actions be of our own choosing when our actions are based on who we've become at that moment.
Loved the book, all ready listened to it twice and working on my third.
A great listen. The books I've listened to since pale by comparison. Stephen King is the master of both nuance and detail. The year 1963 is painted so vividly, the characters are so thoroughly developed. It's a book about changing events,but it is also a timeless love story. One of favorite books of all time.
I rarely listen to anything twice, but I might this one.
There were many moments. It's like Groundhog's day, but for 25 years.
The re-meeting of his wife...
I like how the reflection of events and how the character's learn what's truly was meaningful in each of their lives.
If you like time travel books, this is worth your time. Moves along well, good narration and makes you think. Well done.
This book is a prequel that has very little to no value to the overall Richard and Kalin story. I wish I had my credit back...
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