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A fabulous novel that is a perfect example of the satiric power of Kurt Vonnegut.
As a general review, I will just write that this is the first book by Vonnegut that I read, and the one which made me fell in love with this author.
Kurt Vonnegut is capable of writing some of the best novels I've ever read, and Sirens of Titan was definitely a good book.
I thought it was a neat story, kind of like the Martian Chronicles but less whimsical I'd say. Vonnegut makes everything wrap up and connect about 75% of the book like he usually... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Anthony L. Bexley
Vonnegut is a genius with incredible foresight throughout this novel that leads to many twists and turns that never are what you'd expect. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Dusty K.
This is early Vonnegut. And it's pretty good. Along with being marginally kind of weird. But that's the way Vonnegut was. There are some pretty funny things in here. Read morePublished 10 days ago by USNavy Veteran
Kurt Vonnegut's followup novel to his sometimes-interesting debut Player Piano (1952), The Sirens of Titan (1959) is a considerably better work, though it does tend to get muddled... Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. Buzalka
It was good, kept my attention, mostly, but he has written better books.
The story is of a time traveler, kind of, and a person who the time travel interacts with. Read more
A classic with Vonnegut's wonderful style! The story is something similar to Slaughterhouse five.Published 15 days ago by Robert A. Chaffer