Fight Club Paperback – 2 Oct 1997
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"Hypnotic, pitiless and told brilliantly" (Bret Easton Ellis)
"An outrageously suspenseful apocalyptic comedy of horrors...with acid clarity...Fight Club only achieves something only terrifying books do - it tells us: this is how we live now. Maybe our generation has finally found its Don DeLillo" (Bret Easton Ellis)
"Like a noxious Doug Coupland, Palahiuk charts new-felt and totally contemporary categories of despair" (Ali Smith Guardian)
"An immensely skillful writer" (Daily Telegraph)
"Short, sharp and savage, this haunting and strikingly original American urban nightmare is the most impressive US fiction début I can remember in years" (Glasgow Herald)
Chuck Palahniuk's subversive, savagely funny debut - the story which defined a generation.See all Product description
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When I told my book buddy that I was reading/listening to this book she laughed and told me that at least my review for this wouldn't be as verbose as usual...Read more
This novel brought Palahnuik fame when it was made into a film, and although the book is a slightly different experience it's still a good read.Read more
The unnamed narrator has an unexciting office job, seemingly no friends or family, and suffers from insomnia. He spends his free time decorating his flat.Read more
Disappointing... started off promising, then just got weird. So weird I got fed up trying to follow it. Could have been awesome. I regret buying this.
Would I recommend this book? Well, that depends. I really enjoyed it, I couldn't put it down in fact and read it in a day, but it is extremely disturbing and strange so is...Read more
The first rule about "Fight Club" is not to judge a book by its cover, title or the film trailer.Read more
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