By Stephen King
Wenn die Vergangenheit grausam zuschlägt – Stephen King schreibt die amerikanische Geschichte neu
Am 22. November 1963 fielen in Dallas, Texas, drei Schüsse. John F. Kennedy starb, und die Welt veränderte sich für immer. Wenn guy das Geschehene ungeschehen machen könnte – wären die Folgen es wert? Jake Epping kann in die Vergangenheit zurückkehren und will den Anschlag verhindern. Aber je näher er seinem Ziel kommt, umso vehementer wehrt sich die Vergangenheit gegen jede Änderung. Stephen Kings neuer großer Roman ist eine journey de strength, die ihresgleichen sucht – voller spannender motion, tiefer Einsichten und großer Gefühle.
Jake Epping lebt ein normales Leben, bis sein Freund Al ihm ein großes Geheimnis enthüllt: Er kennt ein Portal, das ins Jahr 1958 führt. Und Al gewinnt ihn für eine wahnsinnige undertaking. Jake soll in die Vergangenheit zurückkehren und das Attentat auf John F. Kennedy vereiteln, um den Gang der Geschichte positiv zu korrigieren. Und so beginnt für Jake ein neues Leben in einer für ihn neuen Welt. Es ist die Welt von Elvis und JFK, von großen amerikanischen automobiles und beschwingten Highschool-Tanzveranstaltungen. Es ist die Welt des gequälten Einzelgängers Lee Harvey Oswald, aber auch die der Bibliothekarin Sadie Dunhill, die Jakes große Liebe seines Lebens wird – eines Lebens, das gegen alle normalen Regeln der Zeit verstößt. Und je näher Jake seinem Ziel kommt, den Mord an Kennedy rückgängig zu machen, desto bizarrer wehrt sich die Vergangenheit dagegen – mit aller gnadenlosen Gewalt, die sich auch gegen Jakes neue Liebe richtet ...
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