By Stephen King
Now a major TV series from JJ Abrams and Stephen King, starring James Franco (Hulu US, Fox UK and Europe, Stan Australia, SKY New Zealand).WHAT IF you could go back in time and change the course of history? WHAT IF the watershed moment you could change was the JFK assassination? 11.22.63, the date that Kennedy was shot - unless . . . King takes his protagonist Jake Epping, a high school English teacher from Lisbon Falls, Maine, 2011, on a fascinating journey back to 1958 - from a world of mobile phones and iPods to a new world of Elvis and JFK, of Plymouth Fury cars and Lindy Hopping, of a troubled loner named Lee Harvey Oswald and a beautiful high school librarian named Sadie Dunhill, who becomes the love of Jake's life - a life that transgresses all the normal rules of time.With extraordinary imaginative power, King weaves the social, political and popular culture of his baby-boom American generation into a devastating exercise in escalating suspense.
26 Steps to Heaven
By J. John
Inspirational writer and speaker J John distils the wisdom of generations of enlightened thinkers into a powerful, life-enhancing anthology.From Ability to Zeal, through Honesty, Love and Perseverance, John presents an A to Z of qualities that - combined - make the world a better place. In his brief summary on each, he demonstrates what each of us can do to bring us closer - step by step - to a state closer to heaven. Earth is, after all, heaven's dress rehearsal.Inspiring anthology for all seeking a life that will make a difference.
The 25th Hour
By David Benioff
From the writer of the award-winning Game of Thrones series for HBO based on the books of George R. R. Martin.'David Benioff is an exceptional storyteller' Khaled Hosseini'[An] acerbically captivating first novel' New York TimesAlso adapted as a feature film by Spike Lee starring Edward Norton and Philip Seymour HoffmanMonty Brogan starts a seven-year prison sentence for dealing drugs tomorrow. Tonight is his last night of freedom. His father wants him to run. His drug-lord boss, Uncle Blue, wants to know if he squealed. His girlfriend isn't sure what she wants, and his two best friends know one thing for sure; after he goes in, he will never be the same.'As unusual as it is well wrought: it resonates with a Whitmanesque sense of the city's possibilities and unsatisfied longings' New Yorker