A companion novel to "Slaughterhouse 5", covering similar themes and drawing on the author's experiences as a prisoner of war in Dresden. A black satire, it tells of an American spy in Germany who becomes confused by his own methods as he sends his coded messages by using pro-Nazi radio broadcasts.
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"Vonnegut's chilling early masterpiece" ( Observer)
" Mother Night is not one of his most famous books, but it's one of the best" ( Washington Post)
"A brilliant wacky ideas-monger" ( Observer)
"One of the best living American writers" (Graham Greene)
"A cool writer, at once throwaway and passionate and very funny" ( Financial Times)
A diabolically funny and macabre novel by the brilliantly wacky Kurt Vonnegut
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