Words are not enough to describe this book. I like Stephen King, but at some point I thought that after one has read certain books of his, there's no need to read them all. To my mind, he tends to be repetitive now and again, with the exception of some masterpieces such as "The Shining", "Misery" etc.
I bought this book, after I had downloaded and listened to the audiobook, just because I needed to have it in my bookcase.
It is amazingly interesting and believable, as it deals with something real: the assassination of JFK. The way King drives us in a world of both imagination and reality, is magnificent.
Of course, I must give credit to the narrator who actually had me… Read more