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Kurt Vonnegut wrote a number of novels and short story collections, of which his own favourites were Slaughterhouse 5 and Cat's Cradle. Which do you like best?

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Probably God Bless You Eliot Rosewater, which spoke to me for some reason.
Slaughter House Five is the only book of his I've read, and I like that.
I love Slaughter House 5 but I really liked A man without a country too...I think he's a wonderful author.
Opps - should have seen I'd already responded! ha!
No worries. It happens.
Slaughterhouse 5 is a brilliant book, but I also love A man without a country. Just ordered a stack of Vonneguts that I haven't read yet so looking forward to those...I LOVE Vonnegut. So smart.
He is wonderful, isn't he! Was, I should say, but his books live on.
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