First time poster on any forum ever, but I found this one completely by accident and after reading through a lot of the threads, felt compelled to come on and say how much I LOVE Stephen Kings books and particulary 11/22/63. Not having been from the time or the place to have really been personally affected by the JFK story, I was still fascinated from the first line. So many aspects and twists and tie ins that Mr King does, in the way he does best! Have read almost all of Stephen Kings books over the last 15 years (although I have to admit, even though I am getting there, I haven't read the Dark Tower series yet!!!). I can't help but love his work. Am a huge fan of the way most of his books tie in with the others, even if it is just a sentence or a subtle mention. Not only is it brilliant writing, it kind of gives you both a subtle but exponential sense of being 'in on the secret' . Also being from a country that's quite a way from America, none of the locations, or even the brand names of anything are personally familiar to me, but it hardly matters, because (as Mr King does best!), he draws his readers into his writing in a way that makes you feel like you are living the story! That was all for now, sorry for the long post
P.S - When it comes to errors and mistakes etc... (as I have read a few threads about them), my opinion (and thats all it is!) is that once you open the book, you're in Stephen King world.... where anything can happen or change, and never mind about reality Keep going Mr King, you're a legend!!