by: Kurt Vonnegut
As you’d expect from such a renowned novel, this story was humorous and captivating. Alien abductions and time travel coincided seamlessly with an account of the bombing of Dresden during the Second World War. I learned, I laughed, I was horrified. Among the many interesting things in this book is the insight into Vonnegut’s own war experience. It’s a very quick read, and I know that the plight of Billy Pilgrim will stick with me for a while. So it goes.