Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Book in a Tweet: Great characters stuck in an absurdist plot, with a dystopian setting, a few “Oh God” moments sprinkled amongst the black humor. 929 more words
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Slaughterhouse-Five is turmoil turned ’round on itself, ad infinitum. So it goes.
Before I started reading Slaughterhouse I knew that I liked Vonnegut. I listened to… 738 more words
Quantum Leap is probably my favorite time travel show. Some dude randomly goes back in time to correct ‘wrongs’ in history. Through his hologram pal, he has access to a supercomputer named Ziggy that makes all of the probability calculations to determine the outcome of his actions on the future. 353 more words
I was never into war related books, and I’m still not. I felt semi obligated to read this, as many people swear by Vonnegut. This was interesting for me, I was confused 90% of the time while I read this and in the end it made me figure out that war seriously screws with people. 88 more words