I stepped into a time machine back to the 1970’s to revisit the Vonnegut I adored and admired as a teenager. On the inside cover, a Librarian had noted this book had much wear and tear from so much love through the years. The story contains a heartbreaking trip to Mercury, a credible solution to a nuclear Armageddon and the meaning of life: “To love whoever is around to be loved.” His best. Reading Slaughterhouse Five afterwards was a bit disappointing.

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