Kurt Vonnegut's look at the firebombing of Dresden,. Seen through the eyes of Billy Pilgrim, a young infantry scout captured during the Battle of The Bulge, and quartered in a slaughterhouse. He and his fellow prisoners emerge, after the bombing, to find Dresden in ruins, 135,000 German civilains died in the attack.. Written in Vonneguts unique style of place and time continuums, it a very different kind of science fiction.
Condensing often ploughed themes and questions into childlike observations. So it goes