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The first 3 were 4-5 stars, while Lullaby was 3-4 stars.
It just would have been nice if there was some development in the characters as they made their way through the story, rather then just getting to know them.
Reading this book was like reading Chuck Palahniuk try to write a Chuck Palahniuk book.
I'm unsure as to why 'Snuff' is deemed as one of Chuck's worst - behind all the obvious sex and filth is actual depth, if you're willing to venture into the tragic and tortured... Read morePublished 8 days ago by GP
You can learn pretty much all you need to know about this book from the premise. I usually wouldn't read this type of book but I did because I have liked some of Palahniuk's... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Alex Underwood
As with another of my favorite authors, Tom Robbins, when you're reading a Chuck Palahniuk book you know you're reading something that nobody else could have written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roy L. Pickering
Classic... A loving sons struggle for his mother. A must read!Published 2 months ago by Nathan A Cheek
As always, Palahniuk simultaneously shocks and reviles while also forcing us to inspect our own societal norms and obsession with sex.Published 3 months ago by Dominique
Loved the book! It's a fairly quick read (I read it in one day and I'm an average reader). The story is cool because it switches perspective with each chapter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Autumn
You can see this story unfold in front of you from various characters, very cool. The clever wordplay makes the story all the more enjoyable. Palahniuk is a true wordsmith. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MedellinBooks
Ive read a few of Chucks books - while I dont think this is close to his best - compared to most of the other writing I come across - its brilliant.Published 6 months ago by b00kll0vr