By Chuck Palahniuk
Why this book?
Chuck Palahniuk is one of the best writers of satirical dark fiction, and Fight Club is my favorite of his books. It’s most famous for its premise of a secret club of men who willingly engage in organized, bare-knuckle fistfights—but, subversively, Palahniuk’s novel uses razor-sharp wit and humor to examine themes of consumerism, anarchy, and subjugated masculinity through the strange and unlikely friendship of the book’s nameless narrator and his mysterious friend, Tyler Durden. The first rule of Fight Club: no spoilers.
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