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Book Title: Fight Club 2|
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The size of the: 330 KB
v The author of the book: Chuck Palahniuk
Edition: Splitter Verlag
Date of issue: May 14th 2016
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Read full description of the books Fight Club 2:Tyler comes for Marla, but this time she's not up for any of his games. With one of her friends from the progeria group, she heads off on her own search for Junior, a winding journey that includes a visit to Chuck Palahniuk's own writing group. After stumbling across a militant-like Quilt Club, Marla & the progeria support group decide to march off to war in distant countries, looking for any trail Rize or Die has left behind. (Yeah, by the way, Fight Club is part of a PMC now called Rize or Die.) Sebastian Narrator works like a good little monkey back at the Paper St. house & meets up with Angel Face, who has 10 years of seething resentment to pay back.
Last issue, I was growing increasingly frustrated because I didn't know how seriously I was supposed to take the tone of FC2. This issue finally gave me some answers. I had been dreading Palahniuk's appearance in his own story because creator cameos can really come off wrong. While I'm not yet sure what exactly his purpose is, Palahniuk-the-character is also not entirely in charge of the story if Marla's reaction is any indication. (She appears when Palahniuk says so, but won't say the words he's written for her.) Around this time, the readers are also clued in on another mystery: the dead Robert Paulson has appeared on Palahniuk's porch & is ghost-calling other characters. So as far as I'm concerned, all bets on this being a serious story are off.
The Make-A-Wish sequence where the progeria kids ask to be sent to war zones all over the world is touched with Palahniuk's familiar insightful weirdness. Hopefully, it's also an indication we're ramping up for some action. While I'm sure that this sequel will be seen as an ambitious attempt to tell this story, the serialized format does not seem to suit the author's style. Readers familiar with his other stories know that there's always a big payoff in the end, but all of the stylistic stuff in between--the weird facts, the repetitive descriptions, the odd conversations--all have to accumulate in order to lead to the action. The comic format seems to stall or cut out the build-up & it seems like the story is moving in fits and starts.
This issue is the one that won my attention back so I'll continue reading. Just a few more weeks until the next issue!
Read information about the authorWritten in stolen moments under truck chassis and on park benches to a soundtrack of The Downward Spiral and Pablo Honey, Fight Club came into existence. The adaptation of Fight Club was a flop at the box office, but achieved cult status on DVD. The film’s popularity drove sales of the novel. Chuck put out two novels in 1999, Survivor and Invisible Monsters. Choke, published in 2001, became Chuck’s first New York Times bestseller. Chuck’s work has always been infused with personal experience, and his next novel, Lullaby, was no exception. Chuck credits writing Lullaby with helping him cope with the tragic death of his father. Diary and the non-fiction guide to Portland, Fugitives and Refugees, were released in 2003. While on the road in support of Diary, Chuck began reading a short story entitled 'Guts,' which would eventually become part of the novel Haunted.
In the years that followed, he continued to write, publishing the bestselling Rant, Snuff, Pygmy, Tell-All, a 'remix' of Invisible Monsters, Damned, and most recently, Doomed.
Chuck also enjoys giving back to his fans, and teaching the art of storytelling has been an important part of that. In 2004, Chuck began submitting essays to ChuckPalahniuk.net on the craft of writing. These were 'How To' pieces, straight out of Chuck's personal bag of tricks, based on the tenants of minimalism he learned from Tom Spanbauer. Every month, a “Homework Assignment” would accompany the lesson, so Workshop members could apply what they had learned. (all 36 of these essays can currently be found on The Cult's sister-site, LitReactor.com).
Then, in 2009, Chuck increased his involvement by committing to read and review a selection of fan-written stories each month. The best stories are currently set to be published in Burnt Tongues, a forthcoming anthology, with an introduction written by Chuck himself.
His next novel, Beautiful You, is due out in October 2014.
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