Ho hum ...... all you could say of his writing was that it was Vonnegutian: playful, conversational, apparently guileless, repetitive if necessary, rambling, discursive - but always stiffened by a strong ethical backbone.
Most voices are but an echo of found sounds, and I found the books of Kurt Vonnegut
some thirty or more years ago. If this were to be an epitaph of Jakartass, I’d be well pleased. But it’s not. It is actually for Kurt himself
who has recently died, aged 84.The Fourteenth Book of Bokonon - A short book with a long title
Title: What Can a Thoughtful Man Hope for Mankind on Earth, Given the Experience of the Past Million Years?
Only verse: Nothing.
How right he was.
And so it goes .....