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tommo

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been reading SK for 35yrs and when I read UTD I thought 'wow SK is back to his best' then I read 11/23/63 and I knew he was back. BUT my point today is about the t.v. series, which bears absolutely no resemblance to the book and I certainly wont be watching season 3 (that's if there is one). So I'm really hoping that the 11/23/63 t.v. series is going to stick to the story, cus it was the best book I've read for a long time
We shall see on sunday, wont we ?
 
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been reading SK for 35yrs and when I read UTD I thought 'wow SK is back to his best' then I read 11/23/63 and I knew he was back. BUT my point today is about the t.v. series, which bears absolutely no resemblance to the book and I certainly wont be watching season 3 (that's if there is one). So I'm really hoping that the 11/23/63 t.v. series is going to stick to the story, cus it was the best book I've read for a long time
We shall see on sunday, wont we ?
Welcome! :watermelon:

Not sure where you are from tommo, but UTD the TV series did have a 3rd season and it was pretty much as bad as the first 2 seasons. This has all been discussed ad infinitum in the forum for TV and made for TV if you want to search there for page after page of disappointments.
 
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