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I've read all of Vonnegut, except "Timequake."

I've read all of his books. Timequake is not really even a novel. He had an idea for a novel, tried to write it, and couldn't really fill it out. So he took what he had, and sort of filled in what he had planned to have happen . . . it's almost an essay about a failed attempt to write a novel. It's interesting to get some of his personality, but not really worth reading for the story. I guess that's what happens when you are a living legend, and publishers know people will buy anything with your name on it.
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