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This is probably one of the best books you will ever read. Absolutely brilliant. I would recommend to all people.Published 3 months ago by Evan Finnigan
A quick read: few books say so much in so few words. Artfully told: the main character gets "unstuck in time" as an author's device which allows him to juxtapose multiple... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Firestar
This is not what I thought. This is a book about the book. Sucks. I haven't been able to return it.Published 14 months ago by F. Gorosh
I had a small problem with my order and the seller contacted me right away to fix it, very nice too. Quick, efficient service!Published on Feb. 19 2012 by AshSev
This is one of the greatest novels of the modern era.
No, that's not my opinion, it's a fact.
No other novel has ever presented so many poignant paragraphs that... Read more
Science Fiction novel first published in 1969. Even though this book was published over forty years ago, it is still a thought provoking read. Read morePublished on April 8 2011 by Heather Pearson
I regard Vonnegut as a literary deity. Breakfast of Champions was the first book I ever read. Slaughterhouse Five was my second. It singlehandedly catalyzed my love of books. Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2011 by SBuckle
This book never grows stale and is still as relevant today as it was when it was written. That's sad, really - because we seemed to have learned nothing in the interim. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2011 by Angelfire
This book is a great easy read. Classical literature it is not. But it does give insights into the allied bombing of Dresden. A must readPublished on Jan. 31 2010 by Rafid Haidar