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Book Review: 11/22/63

Genre: Sci-Fi, Historical Fantasy Rating: ⭐⭐⭐

Whenever I’m in the mood to read a long book, it’s always a struggle to find the right one. When you’re reading 500+ pages, you want to be sure that you’re not wasting your time. While Stephen King novels are a hit or a miss for me, I thoroughly enjoyed 11/22/63!

In my opinion, you have to be a talented author to write a book over 800 pages and not lose your readers. I was certainly invested throughout the entirety of 11/22/63. The story was slow, but didn’t necessarily feel like it was dragging. I also think longer books can be advantageous because there is more room to develop characters.

I would not recommend reading 11/22/63 if you are in a reading slump, but it is the perfect book to read over time. It’s nice to read a little every day because I felt more invested in the story.

Additionally, this book had elements that appeal to many different readers. The time travel aspect is ideal for Sci-Fi lovers, while the time period is perfect for readers who prefer historical fiction.

Overall, a pretty good read!

2 thoughts on “Book Review: 11/22/63

  1. I hope that this book will not contribute to the rhetoric of the conspiracy believers. The Illuminatus Trilogy also started out as a historical fiction. Some people have lost the ability to discern the difference between historical fiction and historical facts.

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    1. It was published about 10 years ago, but I’m sure it has contributed to some of the conspiracy theories. I certainly agree with you that some people take historical fiction literally, which can led to ignoring the truth about history. It’s definitely a slippery slope!

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