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Book Report Cats Cradle The title of this book is Cats Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut and it is a genre known as dark satire This book has a first-person major perspective through the eyes of an author by the name of Jonah who wanted to write a biography on the father of the nuclear bomb Felix Hoenikker But while he was doing his research he stumbled upon a weird adventure which led him into becoming the President of the country San Lorenzo Along the way we see how a religion called Bokonon affected the behavior of several characters Not only so but we see how mans naturally tendency of selfishness and madness would end up as their own demise and sadness Personally I enjoyed this book since it used a very interesting and clever way to show mans true nature The plot was quite enjoyable just as well along with its unique humour So I would definitely recommend this book to anybody The story took place in several different cities but there are two main places in which Jonah was most of the time the country of San Lorenzo and the town of Ilium New York Ilium was an infinitesimal town a place where everyone knew each other the type of place where you can get from one end to another on a bicycle in no time The only problem though was that it had a gloomy atmosphere to it It wasnt like any normal small town people do not gossip about one another in fact there was hardly any communication among civilians at all They had their own privacy and didnt like sharing anything with anyone In some sense they seem to dislike each others Each family seemed to be isolated from each other just like the Hoenikker family who had only talked among themselves and other than a certain few hardly made any friends with other people in the town When Jonah
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