The plot of 11:22:63, the latest hernia-inducing tome from master storyteller Stephen King, is like a wire coat hanger – simple but effective. Upon this hangs a story that is like a magnificent velvet coat of many colours. As in the best of King’s novels the story can be summed up as a simple ‘What if?’ scenario; what if you could travel back in time and stop the assassination of JFK? As with those other novels it’s the journey to the answer that entertains and delights rather than the actual answer.
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