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