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Slaughterhouse-5 by Kurt VonnegutRead about all ten titles on Murray's list.
Kurt Vonnegut's semi-autobiographical classic was 24 years in the making: "So it goes". The unspeakablility of war where all that follows Dresden's destruction is the 'Poo-tee-weet' of a bird. Like his protagonist Billy Pilgrim, Vonnegut was a prisoner of war inside a meat-locker beneath a slaughterhouse as Dresden was fireballed and bombed. It is unknown whether he, like Billy, was also abducted by aliens.
Slaughterhouse-5 also made Sebastian Beaumont's top 10 list of books about psychological journeys.