The past couple of months I have been obsessively reading Chuck Palahniuk novels. So far it has been Survivor, Pygmy, Lullaby, Fight Club, Invisible Monsters, Choke, and Haunted. I am new to HubPages, and am looking for others who share the same interests. Feel free to contact me.
Mr. Palahniuk has been on my To Read list for awhile now. Like many college aged males, I liked the movie version of Fight Club, but have no experience with his work outside of that.
Can you recommend a book to start with?
If you liked the Fight Club movie, read the book. It's only around 200 pages, and it took me like 2 days to read. You'd be surprised to see how much of the narrative in the movie is pure Palahniuk. My first book was Survivor, and I became hooked, now I am on book number 9 of his.
Yes! I just finished reading Choke.
I read the book, watched the movies months later, and just finished the book for the second time. The book, i felt, was much better than the movie!
I also really liked Survivor, and Fight Club.
Survivor is a modern literary classic... I've read em all. heck, all his books are classics. It's hard to choose which is best.
by Sriparna 5 years ago
Are you a part of a reading group or a book club?Any of you belong to a reading group? Can you talk about how often you meet and what do you talk about? How do you decide on what to read on? Is it too formal? How do you make it really constructive?
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