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stupid and unfunny, written in a barley readable style, shouldint be a classic.Published 10 months ago by elliot wilson
How cool is this book? Weird and funny and frustrating. The paradox of Catch-22 is masterfully worked, no wonder it became a common expression. Read morePublished 14 months ago by George Hird
The first 50 pages were entertaining. After that, it was the same antics repeated more-or-less "ad nauseum" for another 400 pages. Read morePublished 16 months ago by CR
I've yet to finish this book and I've gone back and tried a few times. It's a literary work of art, challenging and worth the read if you can get through it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by LindsayHawes
An excellent book and I just love the writing. Heller is a genius writing a non-war story set during WWII. Read morePublished on May 29 2013 by shezzypants
I've suddently developed an urge to purchase books that I've never read, but without spending a whole lot of cash, so naturally I turned to Amazon. Read morePublished on March 13 2013 by J. Ward
I first read Catch 22 when I was 15. THe war in Viet Nam was still going on. Reading it again, I'm just as dazzled and amused by its tour de force absurdist satire.Published on July 19 2012 by zanderary