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I think that anyone who reads this book will enjoy it just as I did.
It is a dark story, but it is told in a manner typical of Vonnegut, using humor and a free-form style to lighten the mood.
'Mother Night' is the story of Howard W. Campbell Jr. Nazi propagandist, racist, war criminal, and American spy.
I have read a lot of Vonnegut books, and this one has emerged as one of my favorites. Funny, thoughtful, and thought-provoking, and written in the straight-ahead, efficient prose... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Michael Atchison
Not sure what it is about this book but I can't put it down and have read it five times over and over. In my opinion vonnegut's bestPublished 18 days ago by Chris Capalbo
The book is not for the faint of heart.
Btw, I just wanted to rate this book and not write a review.
I can't get enough of his writing and each story I read draws me in more and more. This book was not as absurd as many of his others and gave a very interesting view of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by william
Howard W Campbell Jr. sits in an Israeli jail, an American-born German national waiting to be tried as a Nazi war criminal in 1961. This is his story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by illiterarty
I absolutely loved this book. In my humble opinion, this is his best book. It's got everything from suspense to romance to Nazis. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher Ogle
Not my favorite by Mr. Vonnegut. A really great premise but not as funny or thought provoking page to page compared to his better works.Published 2 months ago by truth bomb