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Anonymous said: Hello deary, I am in great need of something to read and draw my attention away from my issues and was wondering if you had any suggestions. I don't really have a preference though I would enjoy it more if it isn't the kind of book that drags things out or is just so literate that it is rather a bore like the scarlet letter.

Hello, stranger. Kurt Vonnegut may be just the man you need. To test the water, check your library for God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian (quite short). To dive in: Slaughterhouse-Five is his most celebrated novel, but I always recommend Cat’s Cradle. His fiction will absorb you.

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  1. vonnegutphile said: cat’s cradle is his best! :)
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