Welcome friends to the announcement for the Winter Traveling Book Review! My copy of Cat’s Cradle is currently on its way to Canada and enjoying its adventure for the Fall Traveling Book Review, but with a new season it is time to get a new book started!
In case you are new here, I started this feature primarily to select a book from my collection per season to go on a trip around the country (or world?!) to visit my favorite bloggers and have them share their thoughts about the book. Last time I chose one of my favorite books, but this time I wanted to pick one of the backlist titles on my shelf that I hadn’t read yet. I set up a Twitter poll between five books that I shortlisted… and came up with a tie. Of course. So I broke the tie… what did I choose? Read on to find out!
This is one of my favorite books, and one that I have read countless times since first reading it about 15 years ago.This is my first re-read since becoming a book blogger, and it was very interesting for me to re-read a coveted book of mine with a different lens than I had in the past; it made for an enlightening and new experience reading a book that I am incredibly familiar with.
“Live by the harmless untruths that make you brave and kind and healthy and happy.”
As one of the best satirists of our time, Vonnegut juxtaposes science and religion in Cat’s Cradle.
“Nothing in this book is true.” – Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Traveling Book Review! In this new feature, I will select one of my favorite books from my collection per season to go on a trip around the country (or world?!) to visit my favorite bloggers and […]