By Joseph Heller "Catch-22"
Read by Jim Weiss | English | MP3 | 32kbps | 19.5 hrs | 1 MP3-CD/15 CDs/13 Tapes | 270M
CATCH-22 has its own extraordinary character - and its title has entered the dictionary. Moving between hilarity and horror, it is outrageously funny and strangely affecting, a microcosm of the twentieth-century world as it might look to someone dangerously sane. The story of a handful of the wildest flyboys of World War II, their tight little Mediterranean island, and their loose Italian women, CATCH-22 is a novel of war and peace, of beauty and the beast within all men. The Catch-22: soldiers who won't fly a plane into combat must be crazy, but if they ask not to fly on the grounds that they are crazy, they must be sane. Heller's novel celebrates the pluck of its protagonist, Yossarian, who refuses to comply with the war's insanity.
"Vulgarly, savagely, bitterly funny . . . . A dazzling performance." (The New York Times)
About catch-22(in case you don't know):
It's a bit old maybe,but still listenable.Enjoy it.
I've also uploaded a text of the book,it's a DOC file:
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