Armageddon In Retrospect [Paperback]
- Publication Date:
- 07 May 2009
- Modern & Contemporary
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This is Vonnegut's last work. After reading this, I officially (and sadly) had to say good bye. I savored every page of this book -- from the illustrations to the short stories and speeches. "The Commander's Desk" is my favorite here.
I am glad Vonnegut left these jewels in passing.
Kurt Vonnegut is always a great read and this is no exception. Seriously, read it. Even if you don't think you'd like Kurt, you need to read it because I said so.
A collection of short stories published posthumously written about war. Many of the stories are set in WWII, but at least one story is a time-travelling tale in the future, and another is a tale of how 3 men stay hopeful during war dreaming about their first free meal. A number of tales take place during the emancipation of Germany by the Americans in WWII. Excellent, excellent, excellent.
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