“Reading Vonnegut is addictive!”—Commonweal
“His best book . . . He dares not only ask the ultimate question about the meaning of life, but to answer it.”—Esquire
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The first two chapters of this book were some of the best writing I've ever read. The story does level out a bit after that but this book is just a great read. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Peter Carnegie
The Sirens of Titan is a good book. It contained some plausible twists that I did not see coming. This is the first book by Kurt Vonnegut I have read. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Justin
There might have been a time before computers when this was good science fiction, but the science part has not aged well. Read morePublished 18 days ago by George F Miller
A dark romp involving time and space travel , causation, religion and love . Flying saucers , AI, birth , death, war, the behaviors of crowds- this story has it all.Published 1 month ago by Michael G.
I'd heard good things about this novel, however it hasn't aged well. It's obviously well written, however I couldn't forgive the gaping plot holes, completely unbelievable... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell J. Porter
'Any man who would change the World in a significant way must have showmanship, a genial willingness to shed other people's blood, and a plausible new religion.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by H. Schneider
This is the first Vonnegut book I read. It was OK. I can see where Douglas Adams got some of the influence needed to write The Hitchhiker's Guide. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peadar
not up to the caliber of some of his short stories
This tale pokes into the heart of what would have been a heroic space adventure and reveals a wormy mess of human motivations that seem to shrink the emotional payoff of the ever... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DMA