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ISBN13: 9780440017806
ISBN10: 0440017807
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Sally Lehman, December 5, 2007 (view all comments by Sally Lehman)
Deadeye Dick is not one of my favorite Vonnegut novels. It is, however, well written, with beautiful language and an overall interesting story.

The narrator (most Vonnegut novels are written in the first person, so if you don't like that format you're at the wrong book) talks about a wonderfully odd family that is well known for their initial support of Hitler (they changed their minds later on, of course) and a freak accident where one family member accidentally kills someone.

The story just isn't as compelling as many of Kurt Vonnegut's novels, which is the only reason I wouldn't give it five stars. Personally, I love his work and would have loved to have met him. But, as he said, so it goes...
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