Catch-22

During my endless travels on the London Underground I finally managed to read Joseph Heller’s Catch-22. It was a bit confusing first, but I got into it. It’s an amazing description of the lunacy war imposes on man. This is definely one the classics, that are actually worth reading.

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One Response to Catch-22

  1. Torsten says:

    Yes, I can only concur with that. The narration sounds a bit like your grandfather, telling stories of back in the war while always getting slighty lost. Strangely enough, for all the bleak events, I found that to be quite charming. After a while you become “Lost in Narration”.

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