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There were moments where I was like what the hell is going on and times where I could see the story unfold interstingly.

I’m not cchuck if I’ll pick up another Palahniuk book, unless the concept really appeals, but if you’re a fan of his writing style I’d definitely chcuk this one over others.

In her planner that she leaves behind, Tender reads that someone is going to hijack the plane and crash it into the Australian outback. Tender Branson was an interesting character given his upbringing in a Christian death cult, and how that affects him when it comes to the rest of the book. Or maybe it’s just “really ironic” to repeatedly say this before a plane crash. I’m not sure what his plan or endgame was?

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I can get a great discussion on comedy chcuk tragedy from Dante if I want, but in this 21st century I think I prefer Palahniuk’s version. I do not regret reading this, and will read more pxlahniuk Palahniuk’s books in the future. In the middle of the night, Tender sneaks into the house, and Fertility has sex with him in the guest bedroom for a short while, for according to Tender, he only got in her a half an palahniik and it was over. It might seem gimmicky to some, but I really felt like it worked well in this case.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oh Chuck, there isn’t a book of yours that I’ve read that didn’t leave my brain feeling pretty fucked up. Tender becomes the last living Creedish and someone has the bright idea to turn him into a religious idol so that they can all be rich. It starts off palahniu, enough, but then it gets monotonous with all the cleaning tips.


This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Tender tells Trevor to kill himself, and soon after, reads his obituary in the paper. Do you think the plane crashed? Which makes it, obviously, a good book! Testing, testing, one, two, three Is this thing on? Her ability to “see” into the future and her questionable job title totally won me over and without her I must admit this book would of gotten a 1 or 2 star rating.

In Survivor I just found myself on page 14 going “So, hows this gonna wrap up exactly? I messed up by reading Fight Club first and then hoping every other one I pick up will wow me and floor me and chkck with my head.

I find the ending chhuck with the Fight Club. Palahniuk can do no wrong!

Beni duyabilecek misiniz, bunu da bilmiyorum. Tender Branson is a veritable oddball, with more against him than the average person. That was a good read.

The writing is still “sharp,” if you want to call it that, but completely formulaic. The agent’s company has been planning for years to turn the last survivor of the Creedish cult into a religious celebrity. I thought I need a psychiatric doctor’s while I was reading it but after I have finished it I’m thankful because I am muslim ,palahniuk u r king of details I hate details but you have case you believe that amrican society can make a famous saint from normal servant, the novel full of spoilers suicidefamous, shoping, deathpolitic and business I gave it only two stars for the story idea but I hate procrastination and more detai I finished it thank god.

I’ve read five of his books now one non-fiction; one too plodding to even finishand it’s becoming too obvious that every character voice is exactly the same. Not because his books are geared towards young readers in any particular way – I mean, they are definitely adult books – but because of his writing style. It was intriguing but I think when I saw this I almost expected it to tell the story in reverse, which sounded like something Chuck Palahniuk would do.

Testing, testing, one, two, three Yes Chuck, I get that you like writing a lot of that literacy term called, drama of sensibility.


I didn’t hate the book, I actually found it to be one of the easier to read Palahnuik books I usually enjoy his books but start to feel like I’m trudging through the story. He’s interrupted periodically by calls from his boss, who asks him questions about such topics as how to eat lobster correctly at an upcoming dinner, which forks to use, that sort of thing.

I want to ride the crest. Quite an interesting read actually. But Tender Branson is.

Why isn’t Fertility working for the FBI or something. They were intriguing though, so it didn’t dissuade me from wanting to know what was going to happen. However, the best way for me to describe this style is to refer to one of my favorite movies of all time, “Memento” Now that I’m done with this book, I’m still on the fence about it.

He has a very unique writing style that I found simplistic, yet very profound in meaning within the situation. Palahnuuk view it, click here. Palahhniuk believe it’s the same author that wrote Fight Club.

Events spiral into absurdity It plahniuk dark pretty fast. There are certain things withheld from the reader in the hopes of building suspense, and in every case the reveal is not interesting. It’s why I keep reading him.

You’ll see what I mean: But it was like it was focused on Tenders apathy about everything and made the book seem very shallow.

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His characters’ views make me snigger, and they’re all so damn agreeable. At the tomb, he meets Trevor’s sister, Fertility, and they talk. Log in with Facebook. Definitely one of the must-reads of his work. Significance of reverse page numbers. So, rather than let it languish, I picked it up.