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The story of ’11/22/63′begins with Jake Epping, a divorced Lisbon Falls high school English teacher teaching a GED class to adult students. Jake asks his students to write an essay on the day that changed their lives and moved when he reads the story of Harry Dunning, the limping school janitor whose drunk father murdered his mother and siblings and injured him, leaving him with a limp. I don't really look like that, do I?" I was looking kind of rough. "What's this all about? Are you a clone?" Decidí leer este libro porque amo los viajes en el tiempo. Me parece muy interesante lo desconocido, inexplicable, sorprendente, excéntrico y misterioso que llegan a tener este tipo de aventuras. En 22/11/63 quería descubrir como Stephen King desarrollaría una historia sobre esta temática, mis expectativas eran muy altas porque venía de leer Apocalipsis y quedar encantado con su estilo. Después de finalizar esta lectura, puedo decir que también he resultado muy satisfecho con esta obra literaria.

11 22 63 by Stephen King, First Edition - AbeBooks 11 22 63 by Stephen King, First Edition - AbeBooks

Real spoilers are inside "spoiler" tags. Things that tell a little about the content that I would have appreciated hearing before committing to this behemoth are not. You've been warned.

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Galehouse, Maggie (November 6, 2011). "Review: Stephen King's new history lessons in 11/22/63". Blog.chron.com . Retrieved November 13, 2011.

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Book Prizes – Los Angeles Times Festival of Books". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on June 10, 2017 . Retrieved May 1, 2012.If you also had a chance to time travel, would you try to save JFK from the patsy or the real killer’s bullets ( in this book: patsy is the killer) in expanse the change of the entire time line like Jake Epping did in this story ?

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Grossman, Lev (November 2, 2011). "Book Review: Lev Grossman on Stephen King's 11/22/63". Time . Retrieved November 13, 2011. That’s not right. The Texans were the AFL team started by Lamar Hunt. The NFL started the Cowboys in Dallas just to screw with him, and he eventually had to move the team to Kansas City and change their name to the Chiefs. The Cowboys were always the Cowboys.”Please don’t yell at me, Kemper. I did this with the best of intentions. It’s been very hard living like this, and the past seems to be trying to sabotage my life here now. I’m very tired and scared, and this is all coming to a head, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen …*sob*.” A major part of the climax of the novel involves him trying to run up six flights of stairs having just broken a few ribs in a car crash, while also being a few weeks out of a coma. Pero King plantea la novela de manera brillante. El viaje en el tiempo es importante, pero lo verdaderamente brillante es la construcción de la trama. Seguramente hay algún pequeño error porque con tanto viajar al pasado siempre hay paradojas que no cuadran, pero yo no me he dado cuenta. The way King describes the characters in this makes them very believable and ones you become attached to. The lead character is complex and often alone. I was often thinking to myself, "no, don't do that, do this." He is also the narrator of the story. Jake/George is told about a time travel mechanism by a friend where he can possibly save JFK from assassination and change the future. To reveal more would require spoilers.

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No way! I’m from 2011, too. My name is George Amberson. I mean, it’s really Jake Epping. Amberson is the alias I’m using here in the past.”Stephen King Plots To Save JFK In '11/22/63' ". NPR. November 13, 2011 . Retrieved November 14, 2011. Una gran enseñanza que me queda de esta lectura es que no debemos atormentarnos por lo que pudimos hacer en el pasado y nunca realizamos, o por los errores que cometimos y se convirtieron en nuestros recuerdos negativos más significativos. El arrepentimiento nos destruye por dentro y nos enferma. Debemos dejar de juzgarnos a nosotros mismos, porque debemos entender, que sin importar si actuamos bien o mal, tendremos que vivir situaciones positivas y negativas en nuestra vida. No hay forma de evitar las dificultades y los problemas, porque así tomemos las mejores decisiones, siempre aparecerán esas vivencias difíciles. Simplemente, hay que aceptar con gratitud los acontecimientos positivos que vivimos y afrontar los negativos con mucha actitud, entendiendo que de esas experiencias, aprenderemos muchas lecciones importantes que debemos conocer.

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