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Deadeye Dick: A Novel Paperback – May 11, 1999
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“A moving fable . . . Vonnegut, sweet cynic and ugly duckling, continues to write gentle swan songs for our uncivil society.”—Playboy
“The master at his quirky, provocative best.”—Cosmopolitan
“Vonnegut is George Orwell, Dr. Caligari and Flash Gordon compounded into one writer . . . a zany but moral mad scientist.”—Time
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Amazon's service, on the other hand, was deeply disappointing. I ordered a NEW book and paid a slightly higher price buying it from Amazon than another vendor because I trust Amazon. The book that arrived was scuffed with worn. The cover had small tears along the edges.
The condition of the book wasn't Vonnegut's fault so he still gets all five stars. This was an eye-opener for me. Until now I'd always found Amazon reliable.
If you like Vonnegut, you'll love Deadeye Dick....
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Kurt Vonnegut's style is so refreshingly differenty(quirky?) .The characters are the equal of John Irving's characters( outrageous, but fun)Published 5 days ago by Harvey James Smith
I've read a lot of Vonnegut, but "Deadeye Dick" has by far been my favorite read so far. The main protagonist Rudy Waltz is definitely a flawed, even tragic character but... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Mr. One-Two
First Vonnegut book I read from beginning to end (that I know of, I can't be sure what I read in school). The style was loose and fun. A very quick read.Published 2 months ago by parglefod
A good Vonnegut read, which means it's better than most other books. I think this one starts better than it ends.Published 2 months ago
Vonnegut was one of America’s best satirists and science fiction writers and a favorite on mine. However, no one bats 100% and in my opinion this is not one of Vonnegut’s best... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Metallurgist
Not his best, but certainly not his worst. A great tale of "sh*t-luck" that runs so much of our lives.Published 6 months ago by Josh
Sadly, the shockingly bad editing/proofing by this publisher has ruined the spectacular writings of the late, great Vonnegut. Read morePublished 7 months ago by RoxB