Timequake

Timequake

Book - 1997
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After the universe decides to back up ten years and all humans must live through the 1990s again, author Kurt Vonnegut finds himself trying to write a book called Timequake, which he knows he will never finish since he already did not finish it.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1997
ISBN: 9780399137372
0399137378
Branch Call Number: VON
Characteristics: 219 p

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Filthy_Doves
Apr 26, 2016

I love love LOVE Vonnegut and this book, such an amazing read.

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pridi_o
Oct 23, 2013

I love Vonnegut. This book is the most personal, touching, sincere of all his fiction work. Loved it :)

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cainsriver
Sep 03, 2011

The numerous characters and uneven plot make for a difficult read, and somehow I feel it's underlying message is disguised as an autobiographical account of the author..perhaps I'm wrong

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scott_sutherland
Jan 25, 2010

One crazy book full of strange ideas and great catch-phrases. Once you've read it, you won't be able to restrain yourself from walking around blurting out "Ting-a-ling!"

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