Slaughter-house Five 

Slaughter-house Five by Kurt Vonnegut 
☆☆☆/5

THE GREAT READING BINGE OF 2016

Genre: Scifi/Classic

This was my first Vonnegut book and I have been told to read him by my roommate for awhile now. I asked him what his favorite was and he told me it was this one. 

I like hardcore scifi to an extent. This one was about a man, trapped in an endless time loop who gets abducted by aliens at some point in his life and he is forced to relive the destruction of Dresden, Germany during his stint in WWII. 

First off, I have a hard time with books that tend to jump around. My dyslexia has a hard time comprehending things on that level of nonsense. It took about 3/4 of the way through to kinda map it out and it ended well. I did enjoy it for the most part but I’m not likely to reread it. Maybe. 

Kurt comes highly recommend so I will continue with his works. 🙂

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