anyone read this? So far, so good. Typical Stephen King with his overly descriptive working of the environment, and ignoring potential future ball busters (things that get glossed over and then wind up making a huge difference). There's an over arching storyline, even some side stories, but the real entertainment is learning in depth what it was like to live in the 1958-1963 timeframe. Spoiler im at the part now where he's teaching in ft worth and just moved in to spy on Oswald. Not bad but not horrendously awesome. It's no dark tower, but it's readable.