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…in which Helen ceases to talk about interrailing at last, the awesome power of nature and the insignificance of man…

I was planning my next few blog entries when I came across the… 262 more words


Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

I was listening to “Come Sail Away” by Styx Wednesday morning, and as the song progressed, it made me think of poor Billy Pilgrim. The lyrics that I had heard so many times before, and the words that I knew probably about 90% of, they drew some striking parallels to Billy’s story. 534 more words


Slaughterhouse-Five: Preliminary Thoughts

Let’s see, what can be said about Slaughterhouse-Five


I mean that in a “being so much more entertained with this book than I expected” kind of way. 216 more words


“From the Collection of the Artist.”

Kurt Vonnegut turns up in the most unlikely of places. I’m not familiar with his writing, but I’m reading a book by Michael Lewis…

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Current Reading Queue 

It’s Easter weekend so I picked up 5 books for my 3-days off.

Books in Picture:

1. Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut

2. Some Enchanted Eclair by Bailey Cates… 23 more words


What's on your wall? Boobies

There was a silver chain around Montana Wildhack’s neck. Hanging from it, between
her breasts, was a locket containing a photograph of her alcoholic mother – a grainy thing, 255 more words


Book Review: Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut


Published: 1969

I must say that I have been putting this review off every single day. That’s not because I didn’t like the book. That is not the reason in the slightest. 391 more words