Catch-22 by Joseph Heller info
Catch-22 by Joseph Heller is a great book. It's has an interesting style, because it isn't told in a chronological narrative; instead, it jumps from event to event and follows many different characters. Most chapter names are also the names of the characters that are discussed in that specific chapter. Speaking of the characters, all of them are very interesting, ranging from the protagonist Yossarian, to Doc Daneeka, Capt. Aardvark, and Major Major Major Major (they also have interesting names). It's also quite humorous.
This was the second war novel I've read, and the first I've bought as an actual book (the first was the Short-Timers by Gustav Hasford, which is only available online). Like I said before, I think it's a great book, and a must read for all the war novel aficionados out there.
Has anyone else ever read it? If so, please tell me what you thought of the book - I'm curious about other people's opinions.