11.22.63 by Stephen King, Hodder & Stoughton$32.99

Perhaps only seasoned storyteller Stephen King could accomplish changing the course of history, in his vast time-travelling debut masterpiece 11.22.63 — the date of John F. Kennedy’s assassination — while effortlessly weaving political and social detail, human behavioural observation and abundant humour.

“I knew where I was… the real question was WHEN I was,” poses narrator, school teacher Jake Epping, recounting his adventures down the “rabbit-hole” which take him from the Land of Ahead to the Land of Ago.

On a mission to divert watershed moments, stakes are high and personal sacrifice is the price to pay for a superhero.

It’s an intriguing story structure which marks an exciting new departure for King surely catapulting the author to another bestseller.

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