Anja Knezic Knezic itibaren Texas
There was quite a bit of melodrama in this book. I remember enjoying these number puzzle/cryptography capers years ago, but somewhere along the way this changed. It was nice to revisit the older technology stuff (even if it was not always accurate).
For anyone that really liked Jane Eyre this is an interesting take on the character that was not really developed fully in the book--Rochester's wife.
I read this the first time for myself; but it wasn't until the second and third time that I really appreciated what Vonnegut was writing about. I reread it a third time for my English class -- I had come out of class that evening feeling empty and anxious (as I was wont to do during the last days of my senior year in college); instead of going back to the dorm, I sat outside under the stars on a breezy March evening and read the book cover to cover. When I finished the novel, I felt like I had woken up from a bad dream. I remembered, then, why I loved reading so much. (Sci-Fi/Postmodern lit; 200 pages)