Publish date: 2010
Publisher: Ayrıntı Yayınevi
Pages no: 304
Edition language: Turkish
, Literary Fiction
I LOVE IT! I REALLY LOVE IT!I find the ending similar with the Fight Club. :D
The survivor of a religious cult tells his life story to the “black box” of a hijacked airplane bound straight for hell (or maybe Arizona). Told only as Chuck Palahniuk can. This story is extremely twisted and somehow retains its brilliance throughout. There I so much going on and so many turns in t...
This was my first Palahniuk book, and it sure won't be the last. Really good writing, exquisite and fine, but brutal and unforgiving, it portrays a human being in its worst times, with its worst thoughts. It's half exciting and half maddening. Which makes it, obviously, a good book! I am currently o...
Better than Pygmy, Snuff, Tell All, Damned, Haunted (except Guts). Worse than Fight Club, Choke and Invisible Monsters. Formulaic? Duh. Awesome? Yes!I have read most of Palahniuk's writing and I think this one, as noted above, is definitely in my top 5 favourites. It is classically Palahniuk in...
Yea but no but... can't really remember much which is always telling. But I'm sure you can spend your time doing something more fruitful.I don't really know what - if anything - is bugging Chuckie but it sure seems like he wants people to see him as a weirdo. Begs the question: why? Is he just anoth...