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on September 22, 2010
As an avid fan of Chuck Palahniuk and all of his work I have to say this book left me wondering what has happened to him? It's less than 200 pages and is predictable like none other of his works. The aspect of his writing I appreciate the most is the twists, the turns, the ability to take a story far beyond where the average mind is capable of imagining... in short Tell-All was not one of those books. This is a collection of Bold Faced name dropping amungst words that somehow form a sentence, and is really hard to read. More difficult even than Pygmy(and that was a struggle!) Having recently reread Choke, my favorite of all his novels I must say I miss the Palahniuk of old.