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My Favorite Free Work of Literature
"I'm not usually a sci-fi person, but Stephen King's new novel, 11/22/63, made me nostalgic for H.G. Wells's classic The Time Machine [1895], about a man who travels into the future and is disturbed by what he sees. It's been a movie several times over, but the book—a public domain novel available in most e-forms—still holds up, even after all these years."

—Sara Nelson, O books editor
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