Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Slipping into time like you would a warm bath, then getting icecubes stretched out to your toes, this story breathes the life of a man living by way of abstract shifts from moment to moment...not in any order normally percieved, it goes deeper, connects the dots of confused photographs and mental moving pictures to create this wonderful novel. In case you didn't notice, I love this book.
Also if inclined to dive into Vonnegut, a must read is Cat's Cradle, one of my all time favorite books.
For Vonnegut, there are just too many amazing stories to admire in one sitting so I'll leave that to you.