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Speaking of little black boxes, Skinnerians would have a field day with the presenting behavior of the folks who make up Palahniuk's world. They pretend they're suicide hotline operators for fun. They eat lobster before it's quite... done. They dance in morgues. The Cleavers they are not. Scary as they might be, these characters are ultimately more scared of themselves than you are, and that's what makes them so fascinating. In the wee hours and on lonely highways, they exist in a perpetual twilight, caught between the horror of the present and the dread of the unknown. With only two novels under his belt, Chuck Palahniuk is well on his way to becoming an expert at shining a light on these shadowy creatures. --Bob Michaels --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
I've been a fan of C Palahniuk for years and only read this one recently. Very enjoyable romp. I read it soon after reading another 'Black Box' by Jennifer Egan and 'Vortex' by... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neil Hoffman
Just like all of his novels, Survivor is less linear than most fictional novels. A light read, but definitely worth picking up. I really enjoy Chuck Palahniuk's writing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JGIRO403
One of my favorites by Palahniuk after Fight Club.
Amazingly written, but not for those without a bit of a dark sense of humor!
Received product within the estimated time and at a great price. Excellent book to boot. Definitely a great way to order your favorite or new books.Published 23 months ago by Aalliekat
Product arrived really quick with no issues. Condition was exactly as advertised, if not better. The book itself is fantastic and I haven't been able to put it down. Read morePublished on April 29 2013 by David Schwartz
I have read a lot of books and a lot of Chuck's books and I have never come across anything so over hyped. This book is aweful, don't waste you time or money. Read morePublished on Sept. 16 2011 by Darkreader7
I ordered this book off of EBAY because I love it so much and could never find a secondhand copy in any bookstore (as if Chapters is getting any of my money)
I read fight... Read more
If you enjoy reading page after page of phoney methods for removing "x" type of stain from "Y" surface, then you might like this book. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2008 by Mark Twain
Well, Mr Palahniuk certainly had a short stay on the tower of good writers. He lasted for all of one book, his publishing debut 'Fight Club', better know as the homoerotic favorite... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2007 by Benjamin Anderson