Fight Club

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by Chuck Palahniuk (Goodreads Author)

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David Lerner No, no, no. It's not about the words, it's about the sentences they form.
This is absolutely the last book I would have anybody below eighteen…more
No, no, no. It's not about the words, it's about the sentences they form.
This is absolutely the last book I would have anybody below eighteen read/listen to.
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Olof Hagström I enjoyed the ending of the movie more, so did the author. Though I think the ending of the book becomes more obvious as you get further into the…moreI enjoyed the ending of the movie more, so did the author. Though I think the ending of the book becomes more obvious as you get further into the book. So I think the surprise factor the book holds is significantly milder.(less)
ironicinori I agree with Thomas. But maybe not entirely. Violence is not mandatory for Anarchy. A common misconception, just the word anarchy brings up images of…moreI agree with Thomas. But maybe not entirely. Violence is not mandatory for Anarchy. A common misconception, just the word anarchy brings up images of violence and riots.

While he does come up with a lot of valid Anarchist points, Tyler strikes me more as a (obviously) schizophrenic psychopath who fronts like he wishes for the good of mankind, but deep down he just wants to watch the world burn.

This is also common in real life. Someone who is much more shallow than they would like you to believe. Like the kids in SLC punk, who spend years rebelling and thinking they are the shit. Then they grow up and see how stupid it was.(less)
Michael Chapman It follows the book much more closely than many films follow their respective books.
Dani The book is called Fight Club. The answer is really in the question.

Enjoy.

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