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Cat's Cradle

Cat's Cradle
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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group
Release date: 31 December 1965
ISBN-10 : 0440111498 | ISBN-13: 9780440111498
Satire (1), Black Humor (1), Humor (1), American Literature (1), Fiction (1), Own (1), Read (1), Scifi (1), Sci Fi (1)
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Favorite Sci Fi Books (85 books items)
mika_ added this to a list 4 months, 1 week ago
Read in 2014 (110 books items)

""She hated people who thought too much. At that moment, she struck me as an appropriate representative for almost all mankind." "New knowledge is the most valuable commodity on earth. The more truth we have to work with, the richer we become." "'I don't know whether I agree or not. I just have trouble understanding how truth, all by itself, could be enough for a person.'" "'I think, therefore I am, therefore I am photographable.'" "


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Fictional Characters I Hated (15 books items)

"Newt, Frank, and Angela Hoenikker. All three bastards had their father's Ice-nine in their possessions. They knew what it was capable of, but instead of destroying it, what did they do? They sold it each for opposing countries for their own selfish reasons, thus destroying the world by encasing it in deadly bio-engineered ice."