A Sneak Peek at Stephen King's Newest Work

Typically, the characters found in Stephen King's novels are the personification of your worst nightmares—from possessed pets and children with destructive supernatural powers, to murderous nurses and killer clowns. But in King's newest work, 11/23/63...
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Typically, the characters found in Stephen King's novels are the personification of your worst nightmares—from possessed pets and children with destructive supernatural powers, to murderous nurses and killer clowns. But in King's newest work, 11/23/63...

Typically, the characters found in Stephen King's novels are the personification of your worst nightmares—from possessed pets and children with destructive supernatural powers, to murderous nurses and killer clowns. But in King's newest work, 11/23/63, the author focuses on a more sympathetic protagnist: an 35-year-old English teacher named Jake Epping.

When Epping learns of a magic portal to 1958, he embarks on a mission to prevent the assassination of JFK—with disastrous results. As the plot unfolds, you can't help but ask yourself, 'If I had the power to alter the course of an historic moment, would I? Even if it might change the world for the worst?' Watch this video to learn more about The Master of Horror's new work of suspense, and stay tuned for an excerpt of King's new work on BIO Now.