“What Is the Best Kurt Vonnegut Book?” in The Oyster Review


Literary folks from all over give their takes here. Cat’s Cradle comes out the winner among them. As for me, I’d say that one or Slaughterhouse-Five. I think Breakfast of Champions is my least favorite. I also think about Player Piano, his first book, quite a bit, for its attack on corporations and bureaucracy. His essays from In These Times in A Man Without a Country are worth checking out, too.

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