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  Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Review by: Alexander R.
California, Grade 10

Life as a Soldier, in the front lines was Murder, these men were practically being sent to the slaughter. Thousand lost their lives during world war 2. Men come back mentally and physically destroyed. War never really changes, so it goes.”Slaughterhouse-Five” describes scenes very well. This all from Kurt Vonnegut with first hand accounts from a friend that was situated in WW2.
The main focus and idea of the book is anti-war. It describes atrocities done in the time war. Kurt Vonnegut has a unique way of writing. At First, the flow of the book threw me of for a bit. In the first chapter it does give you a scene on were it took place. It really show you, through the eyes of a man that was sent to fight for his homeland, how and why war is never a good. People change after witnessing atrocities they didn't want to see.


Life as a Soldier, in the front lines was Murder, these men were practically being sent to the slaughter. Thousand lost their lives during world war 2. Men come back mentally and physically destroyed. War never really changes, so it goes.”Slaughterhouse-Five” describes scenes very well. This all from Kurt Vonnegut with first hand accounts from a friend that was situated in WW2.

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