➸ Timequake Free ➮ Author Kurt Vonnegut – Writerscompany.co.uk

Timequake Kurt Vonnegut Este, Fara Indoiala, Unul Dintre Cei Mai Mari Scriitori Americani Graham Greene Cand Un Cutremur De Timp Arunca Intreaga Omenire Cu Zece Ani In Urma, Pamantenii Se Vad Nevoiti Sa Si Retraiasca, Fara A Putea Schimba Nimic, Ultimii Ani Din Viata, Incepand De La 17 Februarie 1991 Ideea Ii Apartine Batranului Scriitor De Science Fiction, Kilgore Trout, Alter Ego Al Autorului, Ale Carui Povestiri Impanzesc Naratiunea, Venind In Completarea Evenimentelor Astfel Aflam Despre Existenta Buubuulingilor, Extraterestri Dotati Cu O Inteligenta Stralucita, Care, Odata Cu Aparitia Televiziunii, Refuza Sa Si Mai Foloseasca Imaginatia Transformandu Se In Niste Fapturi Rautacioase Si Lipsite De Sensibilitate Despre Cele Trei Surori B 36 , Numite Astfel Dupa Un Bombardier De Pe Planeta Pamant, Dintre Care Cea Mai Rea E Om De Stiinta Despre Doctorul Schadenfreude, Psihiatrul Care Le Interzice Pacientilor Sa Mai Rosteasca Pronumele Eu , Intentionand Prin Aceasta Inedita Terapie Sa I Elibereze De Propriul Sine Urmarind Epopeea Tragicomica A Vietii Personajelor, Autorul Isi Reaminteste Intamplari Din Propriul Trecut, Impanand Naratiunea Cu Mici Povestioare Moralizatoare, Anecdote Si Comentarii Pline De Umor Si Autoironie Cutremur De Timp, Roman Ce Impleteste Abil Elementele Autobiografice Cu Fictiunea, S A Aflat Luni De Zile Pe Lista De Bestselleruri New York Times.


About the Author: Kurt Vonnegut

Kurt Vonnegut, Junior was an American novelist, satirist, and most recently, graphic artist He was recognized as New York State Author for 2001 2003 He was born in Indianapolis, later the setting for many of his novels He attended Cornell University from 1941 to 1943, where he wrote a column for the student newspaper, the Cornell Daily Sun Vonnegut trained as a chemist and worked as a journali



10 thoughts on “Timequake

  1. says:

    Another fun, rambling visit with cantankerous old Uncle Kurt As with most of his works, it is not so much what he writes, as how he writes it He is funny He is amusing and entertaining Here s the thing It s about a timequake, where the world goes back 10 years and everyone and everything re lives th...


  2. says:

    In real life, as in Grand Opera, arias only make hopeless situations worse Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., TimequakeTimequake was one of the first books my wife ever gave me I don t know why it took me so long to read I WAS a huge fan of Vonnegut 20 years ago when we first got married and I loved my wife Clearly, I at age 23 I wasn t a fan of Vonnegut enough or trusted my wife s tas


  3. says:

    Well, I just read Galapagos, one of Vonnegut s finest novels, and Timequake is not in that club I, as with most Vonnegut fans, am perfectly content reading Vonnegut write about the phone book or fleas or jazz His rambling is like music to our ears But this book is not one of the best of his books Not the best or most original rambling from him Though one occasion for the book becomes the


  4. says:

    This is an odd mix of fiction and autobiography Narrated by the author himself who is not fictional , while relying on stories and quotations from the old science fiction author Kilgore Trout who is There are fake stories, true stories, and all of them will tell you something about being human, in all its terrible glory Extenuating circumstance to be mentioned on Judgment Day We never asked to be


  5. says:

    Timeless Impression If this isn t nice, what is Kiss Me AgainBy Kilgore TroutSome people think that science fiction doesn t give an author much opportunity to write about herself Whether or not this is true, I thought I might tell you a little about my family, if not much about me and my role in it.Before I start, I should warn you that I do not propose to discuss my love life Not that there s muc


  6. says:

    I m suprised that I found some of Vonnegut s later, less talked about books as enjoyable as some of the classic ones But I enjoyed Bluebeard, Hocus Pocus and Timequake just as much as Slaughterhouse 5, Cat s Cradle, ...


  7. says:

    2ND READ THROUGH There s a lot going on here Ruminations on life and regret, but strangely enough, Vonnegut s trademark cynicism doesn t quite sound so cynical to me Dare I say, there s a lot of hope and gratitude contained in this a book that functions like an autobiography so than the novel within the novel it s marginally attem...


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  9. says:

    I hate to say this because I love Vonnegut Cat s Crade and Slaughterhouse were pure genuis satire at it s best I also liked Sirens and Breakfast of Champions even though they were not of the calibre of his best works However, I am starting to fear that most of his other books are a waste of time I think people read them only because they love Vonnegut and they desperately want to experience again the simple delight of discovering books


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