Gravity's Rainbow

Gravity's Rainbow

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Gravity's Rainbow is a novel by Thomas Pynchon featuring a postmodern look at the impact of technology on society, particularly aviation and its role in war. It won the 1973 National Book award.

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  • Zachary Moreno
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "A very informative and different approach to technology. It explores some of the darker sides of technology and what has happened because of it. It goes in depth about aviation and war, and how technology basically enabled this to happen. "
  • Vivaan Jhadav
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "A more serious book for those looking for history and entertainment in one. Very well constructed, a book of the year award, and very well written. This book though difficult, will keep you wanting to learn more and dig deeper."
  • Anthony Contreras
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "A polarizing book some regard it as ramblings of a good mind but some regard it as a classic. If you can dig past the language and steam of conscious style its written in then you will enjoy it."
  • Cecilia del Ángel
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "My coworker is a fan of this novel and has asked me to read it. However, I judge books by the cover and this one doesn't quite interest me. I can't say if it's a good read or not but my coworker would say it is."
  • Ankita Banerjee
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "A fun and unusual look at war from a GI's point of view. Not for everyone, but many consider this to be a classic book of our time. "
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  • Jennifer Soto
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Love this book. If you love tech and military planes, you will most likely enjoy this book. I enjoyed learning about how tech affects the world we live in and how it can be used towards war. Good find and good read. "
  • Douglas Baker
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "There are conflicting opinions on this book. Some believe there are too many non English words and not enough desire to look them all up. The novel is like a Moby Dick of war novels. It is expansive as to locations and spans virtually every country and investigates the lifestyle in each. "
  • Ethan Bennett
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "The description of the book sounded humorous and fun which is one the reasons why I decided to get into this book. However, once I began reading, I found this book tedious and way too wordy. On top of that, the humor and fun that I was expecting just wasn't there."
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