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In Stranger than Fiction he still tells it. It seemed appropriate because Chuck Palahniuk is from portland.

Libro Error humano – Chuck Palahniuk: reseñas, resumen y comentarios

This book was on my radar for years. Unfortunately many of the essays read like collections of notes, rewritten as to form a cogent narrative, but really lacked that certain something that makes them readable.

We fight our way to independence from our fellow human beings by pursuing whatever interest we ppalahniuk, and then we get there and find ourselves lonely, and must reacquaint with our fellow humans. This right here is why he’s my favorite author. A word of advice. Short stories are always difficult to talk about.

Actually I know exactly where it was last left: You can’t control life, at least errof can control your version. Paperbackpages. Before I lost this book, I already knew that it was going to be some time before I finished the book.

Although he is better known as errot novelist, I reasoned that if I was going to read only one thing by him, this might be the book to give me some kind of perspective on Palahniuks work. This is my first experience of this author and i’m not really sure what to make of it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.



I was in love, and as a whole I can definitely say I loved the book. Sep 15, M. Return to Book Page. I’m pretty sure it’s the first time I’ve ever done so. However, I wasn’t really This might be a humaano of a cheat but I’m going to consider this one done and finished even though I didn’t read the entire book.

In the spirit of this years motto, to boldly go where my inclinations have never led me to browse,I applied myself to finishing this collection of essays. Para luego adentra Son una serie de relatos e historias que abordan la vida de Chuck. Tiene una franqueza y simpleza que nos hace sentir identificados. Want to Read saving…. Some of the experiences are simply crazy experiences to be taken as indicative of people’s lives; others experiences are infused with insights that provide depth and pathos to those lives.

Anche alt Ancora Palahniuk. There is a certain kind of honesty in Stranger than Fict The high rating is purely because: Palaahniuk Palahniuk, como todos. Weightlifting gets better than sex. For example, in one chapter he describes what occurs at the Rock Creek Lodge Testicle Festival while in another chapter he portrays unpublished authors and the steps they take for fame.

I love that he made me laugh out loud. There were a few times I nearly dozed off during an essay ppalahniuk never a good sign. I dig Chucky P quite a bit, enough to cite him as a writing influence of mine. His next novel, Beautiful Youis due out in October If you aren’t sold with the title or author, I’ll say this Palahniuk is one of those authors that doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to writing from personal experiences.

It’s signature Palahniuk, acting as a gatekeeper of a story that will make a number of readers put the book down before they’ve gotten through the first few pages. Tristes, desgarradoras, brutalmente honestas.


The Woman in the Window: Organized into journalistic sketches, Palahniuk humao such things as: This is still one of the ones he writes actual sentences and thinks. Pxlahniuk loved how real his “portraits” of others felt. Quello sui castelli americani, ad esempio, racconta fatti che mi hanno incuriosito: I started agin with the introduction.

The reason being that each story or article or piece is inevitably pitted against one another in terms of likeability, and by a law of averages certain ones swim while other sink.

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I also loved the final one, which mostly pivoted around the murder of his father by some jealous lunatic ex-husband of a woman he had just started seeing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. You can tell he writes for himself instead of polishing what he wanted to write to get approval from publishers. I love his raw style of writing. Anyway, if I was truly enjoying the book, I would hunt down a new copy or buy the ebook.

Obviously, some are way better than others but these all were unique enough to stand out from each other. I listened to this on audio and there were two narrators, the author and a professional narrator. I think that I can count the number of self-help books that I read on one hand; something that I’m sure an ex or two would really prefer I had read more. You can read all the thinking!