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If you enjoy Kurt Vonnegut then you will enjoy this collection of short stories.Published 3 days ago by Kindle Customer
Early unreleased works. Not the same level of black humor that most of his later work displayed so well. But still Vonnegut and there ain't no such thing as bad Vonnegut.Published 7 days ago by Joe Patterson
Tidbits that show why Vonnegut was one of our greatest storytellers.Published 8 days ago by Minnesota Jake
Love almost everything Vonnegut writes and this was no exception. Many posthumous releases from Vonnegut aren't great; this is an exception. Definitely worth owning.Published 1 month ago by Jason M McCrea
not very exciting or breath catching. Just ok to read before falling asleep.Published 1 month ago by edith colaneri
One of America's great writer. If you haven't read him, start with Catch 22 and don't stop!Published 4 months ago by Jorge G. Hugony
The writing is classic Vonnegut - meandering yet with purpose. I thoroughly enjoyed each short story, as well as the essay. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Melissa S
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|Discuss Episode Seven of "Sucker's Portfolio"||
Vonnegut is one of my favorite authors; I own every book of his ever published. Wish this story had been completed. The desire to return to their former robot status reminds me of a statement from his essay: "I have to wonder if obedience isn't the basic flaw in most humankind."
Mar 17, 2013 by Ben Atkinson | See all 5 posts
|Discuss Episode Six of "Sucker's Portfolio"||
An interesting story about three couples of different generations that meet on a train to (and from) Paris. Interesting turns for everyone involved and a very sweet ending. B+
Jan 2, 2013 by M. E. Bobola | See all 3 posts
|Discuss Episode One of "Sucker's Portfolio"||
The first story in the collection was okay, I guess. It was a fast enough read. It seems clear enough to me why it would make it this long without being published, it's a little rough and not quite fully formed.
I did find a possible typo, at location 155 it says "wife" when I think it... Read More
Nov 25, 2012 by M. E. Bobola | See all 22 posts
|Discuss Episode Four of "Sucker's Portfolio"||
For this story, the impact doesn't come from the twist. The truth is revealed earlier before the end, unlike the 3rd story, which is revealed only right at the very end. Somehow I feel this is a sad story, not a good ending.... but we can hope...
Dec 11, 2012 by Parhjin | See all 8 posts
|Discuss Episode Five of "Sucker's Portfolio"||
This one's a miss for me. Plot by the numbers, characters that don't get the depth they did in the previous stories, and serious "of-the-time" sexism that just don't add up to something worth your time in 2012. D
Dec 20, 2012 by M. E. Bobola | See all 3 posts