Cult Classics

Cult classics are works of fiction that are extremely popular with a select audience but which may or may not have been successful at the time of the works' original publications. ...more

New Releases Tagged "Cult Classics"

Say Goodbye (Romantic Suspense, #25; Sacramento, #3)
Fierce Little Thing
When She Returned
Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism
The House Guest
Fierce Little Thing
The Project
Killing Mind (D.I. Kim Stone #12)
Danger in Numbers
One Little Lie (The Pelican Harbor, #1)
Say No More (Romantic Suspense #24; Sacramento #2)
The Incendiaries
Gather the Daughters
Hollywood Park
Breaking Free: How I Escaped My Father-Warren Jeffs-Polygamy, and the FLDS Cult
Don't Call It a Cult: The Shocking Story of Keith Raniere and the Women of Nxivm
The Atmospherians
Fight Club
A Clockwork Orange
American Psycho
It Ain't Me, Babe (Hades Hangmen, #1)
The Zombie Room
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Trainspotting (Mark Renton #2)
The Elephant Tree
The Girls
Heart Recaptured (Hades Hangmen, #2)
Fahrenheit 451
Midnight Moonlight by V.J. ChambersSlow Burn by V.J. ChambersSkin and Blond by V.J. ChambersRed Hot Alphas by Jo RavenRed Hot Obsessions by Clarissa Wild
Best Books by V.J. Chambers
68 books — 6 voters

Fight Club by Chuck PalahniukA Clockwork Orange by Anthony BurgessAmerican Psycho by Bret Easton EllisFahrenheit 451 by Ray BradburyThe Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
Cult fiction
378 books — 312 voters

Family by Micol OstowCreed by Trisha LeaverThe Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie OakesThe Chosen One by Carol Lynch WilliamsThe Beloved by Alison Rattle
YA Cults
55 books — 9 voters
Beyond Belief by Jenna Miscavige HillEscape by Carolyn JessopUnder the Banner of Heaven by Jon KrakauerStolen Innocence by Elissa WallTroublemaker by Leah Remini
Small, Offbeat Religion Memoirs
235 books — 191 voters

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Haruki Murakami
If you lose your ego, you lose the thread of that narrative you call your Self. Humans, however, can't live very long without some sense of a continuing story. Such stories go beyond the limited rational system (or the systematic rationality) with which you surround yourself; they are crucial keys to sharing time-experience with others. Now a narrative is a story, not a logic, nor ethics, nor philosophy. It is a dream you keep having, whether you realize it or not. Just as surely as you breath ...more
Haruki Murakami, Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche

Robert Hughes
But the existence of a cult does not mean that images appropriate to it automatically follow.
Robert Hughes, The Shock of the New

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The Basenji Revelation
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PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale
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