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Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
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Apr 08, 2010

liked it

The premise of this book was interesting. Vonnegut was able to write about a futuristic world of computers without actually having gone there, and a few of the similarities to today's world are somewhat remarkable. However, many parts of the story seemed to drag, and the fact that about three vaguely related plots were simultaneously occurring was confusing to me for the longest time. Considering that it is Vonnegut's first novel, I would definitely say that it is decent.

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