A perpetual circle of chaos and comprehension.
Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.
One man's message has come unstuck in time.
Death and time lose their meaning in this strange tale.
There are no beginnings, middles, or ends... just moments.
With no end or beginning of anything, everything is sublime.
"nonlinear time??? Aliens rock! War sucks! I so love Kurt." by Kokua
"Click your heels and say, 'There's no place like war.'" by Heather Rose
"Listen: Billy Pilgrim has become unstuck in time. Poo-tee-weet?" by Kurt Vonnegut
LOLBook: "HALP! I'Z UNSTUCK! WUTZ DA TIEM!?" by Arlin Schaffel
Blurb: "Dresden is lovely this time of now." --DeviousToast
LOLBlurb: "Makz Ceerup Not War" --Shannon McGee
It was so hard to choose just two! Vonnegut lends himself to blurb-writing, but it's still incredibly difficult to imbue a single sentence with his wonderful sense of irony. Yet both blurbs speak to an understanding of the book that is difficult to convey in ten words or less. Slaughterhouse 5 is a contrast between the tragedy of war and the possibility of hope, and these blurbs do it fantastically well.
...Why do I feel like I just wrote an English paper?
Everything is beautiful, and nothing hurt.
Dresden is lovely this time of now.
Billy is out of time and out of his mind.
Lets do the time warp again...and again...and again.
Anywhen is possible.
Does anybody really know what time it is?
Im in ur outer space, makin out nekkid, war is not gud.
Im in ur Dresden, chillin' in a meetlockah, time-slippin'
Im in ur spaceesship pushin ur buttons deztrtig teh univerze.
I can haz no moar tiem warpz now plz? kthkxbai!! 11!!
Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt. By 1of42
By the time you begin, it's already done. So it goes. By Joe Royce
Endorsed by NerdFighters Worldwide. By Kay
Anywhen is possible By Chris McClure
im in ur spaceesship pushin ur buttons deztroyig teh univerze By Ethan Herdrich
War iz Hel'n'. My wifz phat. IDC. by Laura
Time travel ur doin it wrong By Iriomote
Makz Ceerup Not Wur by Shannon McGee
Keep in mind I've not yet read the book because of a tight budget and no access to a worthwhile library.