The first rule about fight club is you don't talk about fight club. Chuck Palahniuk showed himself to be his generation’s most visionary satirist in this, his first book. Fight Club’s estranged narrator leaves his lackluster job when he comes under the thrall of Tyler Durden, an enigmatic young man
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jay_6347 shared a tip "I have trouble picking an all-time fave. It’s usually the one I most recently finished, which is Wanderers by Chuck Wendig."
monica_smith_2764 shared a tip "It was pretty good I could put it down though"
kerstyn_kriegshauser shared a tip "Chuck Palahniuk is literally my absolute FAVORITE author."
travis_3193 shared a tip "Nothing in the same vein: currently reading conan the barbarian short stories. Way better than I thought they'd be."
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emily_barlow_8678 shared a tip "I actually would. Going to be reading "Choke" in a few actually.. 😁"
heather_jean shared a tip "Amazing! I think this should be read by everyone"
olivia_leeder shared a tip "Definitely Invisible Monsters! I absolutely love it!"
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katy_renae shared a tip "Anything by Chuck Palahniuk is a good read."
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katey_lavoie shared a tip "Oh yes. I love all his books. Great ending too"
lena_morozov shared a tip "Yes, it is. It's pretty different from the movie"
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