20 Sep 2005 09:55
invisible monsters - chuck palahniuk
20 Sep 2005 10:05
Clive Barkers Galillee.
Very good story, lots of sex and violence, practically a one handed read at some points.
I have a feeling the book will run-out before the story finishes though.
20 Sep 2005 10:49
It is old now but i liked A Secret History by Donna Tart.
Tried reading The Little Friend but gave up after about 300 pages (didn't have the stomach for the next 600 or so pages)
20 Sep 2005 10:58
I'm reading Perfume by Patrick Suskind
20 Sep 2005 12:41
nah, the only other book ive read by him was survivor…
20 Sep 2005 20:10
a million little pieces- james frey, highly recommended non-fiction insight into the struggle of the author going though rehab
arnold the unauthorised biography: interesting read chronicling his early years and rise to stardom
currently reading: no logo: naomi klein, about superbrands and corporations, sweatshops, etc
20 Sep 2005 21:27
what´stheshortstory set by palahniuk that came out recently? read one of them in the observer lasdt year, somekid getting his colon sucked insideout by a swimmingpool vent?
i like murakami too, but am surei´m always missing any point he´s trying to deliver, kafka on the shore was enjoyable either way, reallylike his writing style and free thinking
just finished AS byatt´s possession for eng lit next year,reallygood, enjoyed much more than i thought
20 Sep 2005 21:47
Seems a few people are reading Chuck Palahnuik's books at the mo.
So far i've read Haunted, Survivor and Choke. (2nd two rate better i'd say)
Currently on invisible monsters although can't get into it. . .
20 Sep 2005 21:49
i finished invisible monsters today, its not bad, but i preferred survivor…