Cat's Cradle Book Review. Cat's cradle is a short book unhindered by lengthy exposition or world building, there is no wasted space at all and the rich, intelligent dialogue combined with brief chapters means that many people could read this in one or two sittings. Satire “call me jonah.” cat’s cradle is a story of satirical strangeness and absurd action.a man who calls himself by another name writes in retrospect regarding his research for a book about the end of the world and unwittingly finds himself present at the subject of his novel.
The narrator of cat's cradle, john, once set out to write a book, titled the day the world ended, about the day the atomic bomb was dropped on hiroshima. It is a young adult historical novel that continues to follow cat on her adventures after being abandoned as a baby on the doorstep of drury lane. The book introduces a religion called bokononism, which bokonon, the creator of the religion, acknowledges as being completely fabricated.
This book was recommended to me by my sister, she knew i would like because its is a satire, science fiction and it is different than other books.
John, the narrator of cat's cradle, began to write a book, titled the day the world ended, about the day the atomic bomb was dropped on hiroshima. The narrator of the book is a man named john who has been researching hoenikker as part of a book on the bombing of hiroshima. Review after reading this book it took me several days before writing this review, primarily because i struggled with what i would write about. From a biographical perspective, it was one of his earlier novels that helped to.