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I thought it was great book, written by a man who has lived a full life.
'A Man Without a Country' proves that Brilliant thinkers are still among us... and as K.V. says in this book, you're not going to find them on television.
I have always thought that the very fact that Mr. Vonnegut's work is so accessible damns him to only marginal critical acceptance.
I'd urge all of you to spend $10-$15 to buy it. Despite the fact that it's a collection of essays on different topics, it's fluid and cohesive. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Zack Grantzinger
it ended rather abruptly. Otherwise, it was easily read, pleasurable, and amusing.Published 12 days ago by darariven
Perhaps no one since Mark Twain has written such incisive observations of America.Published 28 days ago by James R. Michels
I wasn't blown away by this book, though two of my family who read it had really praised it.
To be honest, even though I finished it only last week, I can't remember much... Read more
I really like Vonnegut....my husband and I read several of his works as they came out. I only fiund one error...the Soviet union no longer existed in 2004. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JEM
I read this book because my daughter, who is a teacher, said this is her favorite book ever. I enjoyed it. I like reading biographies. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary
I miss him , This book was so good I gave first copy to share away and this was second I bought and read over .Published 2 months ago by Craig J.