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How Mr. Vonnegut can tell so many stories with so many themes in one short book is beyond my comprehension. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Chauncey
If you don't laugh when reading this, you have no brain. If you don't cry while reading it, you have no heart. And, this is the book where Vonnegut tells us the Meaning of Life...Published 3 days ago by Janice M Wethington
Another one of Vonnegut's satirical novels that's engaging and thought provoking. A well-spun story of eccentric humor and insight.Published 4 days ago by Rebecca Ann Sandoval
If you like dark humor, this is the book for you. My new favorite.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Cat's Cradle is a brilliant work, and a must-read. Kurt Vonnegut is brilliant in his creation of a religion with the complexity of Bokonism. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
An odd tale full of odd people with many twists and turns in location and content of the plot. Curious enough to be interesting but not my idea of great story telling.Published 6 days ago by Kathy Files
Apparently I read this book before and really didn't remember. As I read it this time I kept thinking, that kinda seems familiar, but I also really couldn't recall what came next... Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Kirk
Vonnegut craftfully uses fiction to expose dark realities. Cats Cradle succeeds by walking the careful line between fiction and nonfiction. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Kindle Customer