11-22-63 Audiobook

11-22-63 Audiobook

What is 112263 audiobook about?

112263 audiobook is about a time traveller who tries to prevent the killing of US President John F. Kennedy. In 112263 audiobook, the author leads readers on a fantastic journey into the past and the potential of changing it.

In 112263 audiobook, Jake Epping, the protagonist, teaches English in high school in Maine. Jake is assessing essays when he comes across a horrible, captivating essay written by janitor Harry Dunning: fifty years ago, Harry somehow escaped his father’s sledgehammer massacre of his whole family.

Later, Jake met his friend Al, who intended to use a time travel portal in his restaurant known as the rabbit hole to prevent Kennedy’s killing. Anyone who went through the rabbit hole transported to that same location in 1958. Al contracted lung cancer and realised he wouldn’t survive long enough to complete his objective on his own.

Jake agreed to take up Al’s idea of preventing Kennedy’s assassination if he could first conduct a test run with the Dunning family. Jake was curious about what would happen in 2011 if he was able to save Harry’s family and keep Harry safe. In 112263 audiobook free, when Jake discovered that he had rescued Harry from having a damaged limb but being killed in Vietnam. He started to doubt the possibilities of changing the past.

Al overdosed on his pain medication because he knew Jake was having second thoughts about rescuing Kennedy, pushing Jake to decide to rescue Kennedy. In 112263 audiobook free, Jake’s new identity as George Amberson begins with Elvis Presley and John F. Kennedy, enormous American vehicles and ball dances, lonely Lee Harvey Oswald, and a librarian who becomes jakes’ love, Sadie Dunhill. It was a life that defies all of time’s boundaries.

Who is the author of 112263 audiobook?

Stephen King wrote 112263 audiobook.

Stephen Edwin King was born on September 21, 1947. He’s a thriller, supernatural fantasy, thriller, mystery, and science-fiction novelist from the United States. King wrote 62 fiction novels and 5 non-fiction works, seven of which he wrote under the pen name Richard Bachman. He also authored over 200 short tales, most of which have appeared in anthologies.

In Lisbon Falls, Maine, King joined Durham Elementary School and eventually graduated from Lisbon Falls High School in 1966. As an enthusiastic fan of EC horror comics, particularly Stories from the Crypt, he showed an interesting aspect in terror. He subsequently paid respect to the comics in his script for Creepshow. During his school days, he started writing for pleasure, writing articles for Dave’s Rag newspaper. He also started selling fiction-based stories on movies he saw to his friends but when his teacher found about it he returned all the profits.

Bram Stoker Awards, World Fantasy Awards, and British Fantasy Society Awards have all been bestowed onto King. The National Book Foundation honoured him with the Award for Contribution to American Letters in 2003. He has also garnered honours for his contributions to writing throughout his career. It includes the 2004 World Fantasy Award for Major Accomplishment and the Mystery Writers of America’s Grand Master Award in 2007. He received a National Award of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 2015 for his contributions to writing. He’s been labelled the “King of Horror”. He is 73 years old and lives in Maine with his wife Tabitha King.

Who is the narrator of 112263 audiobook?

The narrator of 112263 audiobook is Craig Wasson. Other audiobooks that Craig Wasson has also narrated are Widespread Panic, The Mothman Prophecies, and The Innocent Man.

What is the length of 112263 audiobook?

The length of 112263 audiobook is 30 hours and 40 minutes.

When was 112263 audiobook published?

Simon & Schuster Audio published 112263 audiobook on 11/08/11.