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Kurt Vonnegut has often pointed out the ridiculous ways our society has conducted itself. Now, as both a character in and a chronicler of a bizarre event at the millennium, Vonnegut manages to make some sense of life as he's lived it - and observed it - for more than seventy years. According to Vonnegut's alter ego, science fiction writer Kilgore ... Read More

Timequake 1998, Berkley Publishing Group, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780425164341

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Timequake 1998, Vintage, London

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Timequake 1998, Penguin Putnam Inc, New York, NY

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Timequake 1998, Wheeler Publishing
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Timequake 1998, Vintage, London / London

ISBN-13: 9780099275367

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Timequake 1997, G. P. Putnam's Sons

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Timequake 1997, Putnam Adult

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Timequake 1997, MacMillan Audio, Los Angeles, CA

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Timequake 1997, Jonathan Cape Ltd, London / London

ISBN-13: 9780224036405

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