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    Damned, Chuck Palahniuk “No one sleeps in Hell except as a possible defensive posture in retaliation during yet another punitive presentation of The English Patient.”

    Reading a book based on the life of a sex addict can be a lot of things - strange, interesting, humorous, disturbing, and in the case of Choke, enlightening. Palahniuk could have chosen any type of addict really, but the surreal qualities that he adds to all his writing certainly works best with a sex addict. The book is about obsession and control, about self-discovery and humiliation, about life and about death. The main character is a man raised by a mad woman, who is addicted to sex, trying to understand where he belongs in the world. His best friend is a chronic masterbater with elements of both a masochist and a geophile. The unfolding of the story is meant, much like much of Palahnuik's writing, to tap into a part of you, beyond the initial revulsion, where you can ask important questions about mortality and what it means to be who you are. I am not sure what to say in the review honestly. It was a touching and disgusting exhibition of humanity and inhumanity and the gray areas in-between. A great read.

    Gives Orwell a run for his money

    number 1 of my top 5 favorite books. i wish i could write half as well as chuck does. amazing, twisted mind.

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    Damned - a pretty damn good book

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