Following on from Kiss Me, Judas, delirious ex-cop, Phineas Poe heads to Denver to discover that the laws of everything known before have been rewritten, and identities are more mysterious than ever.
Originally a short sci-fi story Flowers for Algernon was letter developed into a full novel. A hidden gem amongst an overshadowed genre.
Where to start with a book such as American Psycho. Banned or censored in so many countries, causing controversy wherever found.
What does Shakespear’s Macbeth have to do with William Faulkner? How do you deal with fractured stories resembling different periods of one’s life? Find out in this review.
For those unfamiliar with Will Christopher Baer think of him as Chuck Palahniuk writing neo-noir crime. Dark settings, twisted underworlds and characters that will live long in the memory.
Despite criticisms, I will praise Snuff by Chuck Palahniuk. Its views on pornography, a taboo subject that is often overlooked, are wildly transgressive. Its exaggerated tones and full-on grotesque scenarios do raise questions about adult stars, and who they are behind the camera.
Over the years a lots been said about Portnoy’s Complaint; it’s over-sexualisation, its use of Jewish stereotypes, or just its candid nature in general.
Ever noticed the themes running through Fight Club – the book? Ever wondered what they might mean? In this review of Chuck Palahniuk’s first book, I’ll review these key premises and show you why there is more below the surface of fighting and anarchism.