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  • As provoking, as amusing and as silver-tongued as anything Vonnegut has written

    New Statesman
  • Jailbird has the crackle and snap of Vonnegut's early work - his best since Cat's Cradle. Using the laid-back, ironic voice that has become his stademark, Vonnegut combines fiction and fact to construct an ingenious, wry morality play

  • An overtly political novel attacking McCarthyism and Watergate

    Daily Telegraph
  • After Vonnegut, everything else seems a bit tame


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