it’s a comic book. I suggest that anyone with an interest in comics at all, or fantasy, check this out form your local library. It’s absolutely fantastic, funny, exiting, serious. Also containing 2 of the saddest panels of comics i have ever seen P, but seriously, nevar forget!) Anyway, everything about it is brilliant, and it was rightly named “best comic book” by the National Cartoonists society (if that means anything)
i am also done with Cat’s Cradle which is of course Vonnegut. because it’s Vonnegut, and because it isn’t Breakfast of Champions, i am doomed to like it. Now, it’s easier (and by easier i mean its smoother, or seems to be to me, and i can read it longer and longer without putting it down) to read then Slaughterhouse V, but not as much as Slapstick. However, i wasn’t too impressed with the plot. No, scratch that, i WAS. But the plot didn’t seem to pan out until the very end, i could have done with a bit more excitement. Nevertheless, it’s probably also the funniest Vonnegut book i have read so far.
Don’t take my word for most books, or at least don’t take them seriously. Like movies, i tend to like whatever i read. After all, the point of the book is to be enjoyed, no? I don’t really like to “look into” books either . I’m all for symbolism, but the story has to come first for me. However, when i DO catch that occasional symbol, i flip out at how awesome it is.
me Ryan? if so then i’m all ears. I can talk and play xbox at the same time, don’t worry.