One of king's most intriguing books
King deals with moral dilemma of going back in time for the soul purpose of saving an assassinated president. hs descriptions are clear and accurately portray the u.s. in the 1960's. the only criticism i have is his method of dealing with sexual scenes. he really should leave them alone and let the reader's imagination (as he usually does) take the scene where they envision. he obviously did a lot of research on names and places. i found it clever that he used arnett, tx in the main character's travel (a la the stand). time travel is not an easy subject to make believable, but king masters this with the use of a simple storage room. brilliant, i will re-read this many times. i highly recommend this book even if this is your first introduction to stephen king. if you have read other king books and been disappointed, you will be pleasantly surprised.