So I just finished reading Kurt Vonnegut's "Deadeye Dick" (Vonnegut has been my favorite author for the better part of a decade now) and I have to say that it's really the first of his works I've found anything short of phenomenal. Stylistically brilliant, as always, but the story itself doesn't leave much of an impression (which seems utterly impossible, given the subject matter) and the ending was wholly unsatisfying -- to me, at least. It's not like Vonnegut endings are ever truly happy ones, or even particularly pointed when it comes down to it. But this one seemed to lack significance altogether. Anyone else read it? Care to discuss?