Cat’s Cradle is a book that is chaotic, but at the same time makes sense.
The book follows Jonah, a writer, on its journey to document about August 6, 1945, the day that the first atomic bomb fell in Hiroshima.
To do that, he goes after people that knew Felix Hoenikker, the (fictional) inventor of the bomb.
The events that happen after that are worth experiencing for yourself, because I think that I wouldn’t be able to describe them without spoiling.
“Science is magic that works.”