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Old 12-01-2011, 08:25 PM   #55
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Finished yesterday. I'm a sucker for time travel stories, and this was a pretty good one. I liked
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the "reset" factor and I'm fine with the vague explanation of the time travel mechanism, but I would have really liked to learn more about the yellow/black/green card men.
Would definitely recommend.
I, too, am a sucker for time travel. I would so love to be able to do it, after all. I am a fan of The Stand, It, and the "Dark Tower" books I have read thus far (have the last three to go). I also loved "Full Dark" (King is at his best with the novella). That being said, I was dissapointed with Under the Dome and couldn't finish it. Also, this is a long book, saving Kennedy is almost as much a time travel cliche as killing Hitler, and the price is high, so I was a little hesitant but the good reviews have swayed me and tomorrow is payday.

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