Slaughterhouse FiveKurt Vonnegut
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|publish date||January 12, 1999|
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You can picture him touching pen to paper as he looks out through the hole in the wall, out into the war-torn streets of Dresden. The sky is grey and the ground is red. The boots march on.
Interesting book. Overrated in my opinion.
Traveling through time and space, you get a peculiar/scattered view of a man’s experiences in World War 2, his abduction by extra terrestrials, and other general life happenings.
Told from the point of view of a consciousness no longer bound to life’s seemingly linear progression through time.