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Graves

Graves

Joined February 2020

Let's read something we'll regret later.
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Pickpick

Wonderfully deranged. An excellent take on Cthulhu.

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The Invention of Sound | Chuck Palahniuk
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Mehso-so

Solid beginning, okay middle, VERY messy ending.

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Diary | Chuck Palahniuk
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Pickpick

How do we carry parts of us when we go through change? Which parts do we let go, and which parts do we keep? What happens when we board up a house filled with our faults, and then need to break back in?

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Haunted: A Novel | Chuck Palahniuk
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Pickpick

Dark, Gross, Funny and Heartfelt. What a ride.

Reggie Lol, omg I love this book. My favorite was the reflexologist being hunted by the Russian mafia. What wild stories. 12mo
Graves @Reggie for real! Man, when they were eating that lady's ass, and she walked in....... 11mo
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Bailedbailed

Felt like an infomercial about halfway through. Fairly disappointed.

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Pickpick

Angry, Alone and Anxious.

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Octopus | Matt Shaw
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Pickpick

Wonderfully graphic and fantastically ridiculous, had my heart racing for the last 50 pages.

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Octopus | Matt Shaw
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I'm already thinking I know what's gonna happen here........

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The Pack | Matt Shaw
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Mehso-so

Wonderfully written. Nice twist and turns. Can't wait to get into Octopus next.

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Mehso-so

Some twists, light horror and no gore. Extremely easy reading for Shaw. Hoping for some major events in book 3.

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Pickpick

Tagging to log the Sickest Bastards read

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Full Moon | Matt Shaw
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Pickpick

Solid start to an unexpected nail biter.

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Snuff | Chuck Palahniuk
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Pickpick

A slow burn descent into grotesque madness and pure self revelations.

Reggie This book was nutso. Lol 2y
Graves ❤️ 2y
Graves @Reggie yeah it was! 1y
Reggie Sorry if this is too much tmi from the book. But I keep thinking of one of the guys who keeps on eating Cheetos and saying if you get some of that dust on the skin of your ball sack you‘ll never get it off no matter how much you stretch and clean it. Lololo this isn‘t in my top 3 of Chucks but I still remember stuff from it. 1y
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sickER B*stards | Matt Shaw
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Pickpick

Absolutely deranged and incredible. Cringe worthy. Nightmare inducing. Rampant boundless insanity.
Proceed with caution.

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How could there be trouble when there are such things of beauty still alive and blissfully living their life in ignorance to the dangers surrounding them? I smiled. Not because of the deer but because of me. I smiled because I found the deer to be beautiful. With everything going on in the world, I found beauty. I hadn‘t lost my humanity. I hadn‘t lost my soul. More importantly - I hadn‘t lost my hope.

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Mehso-so

I did not enjoy the twist, it really seemed like an easy way out. I mean, don't get me wrong, it does put a nice little bow on end of the story. With the characters not having their memories, we are somewhat denied any sort of character development. It's definitely not as gross as it is made out to be. The gore is far less detailed than the sex. I would check out more from Shaw before I give up on him.

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Pickpick

Horror like you've never imagined. With a cover like that, how could you turn away? An opus of hatred, contempt, spite and gore. Hilariously wretched, far-fetched, but so detailed you would swear this really happened.

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The Fisherman | John Langan
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Pickpick

Absolutely incredible. The universal definition of grief and loss is heavy here. Langan's imagery is beyond description. This story will sit with me forever. I'll never look into the water the same way ever again.

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Fight Club: A Novel | Chuck Palahniuk
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Pickpick

Spectacular, far and away so much better than the movie. They are, in fact so different that I now consider them two different pieces of work/narrative.
Fight Club is a novel for broken men. Men who feel like they have no one to talk to, no one to expose their weaknesses to......it's a commentary on emotional maintenance and I loved it.

Danielthewriter Well said. 👍 3y
Graves @Danielthewriter thank you! 2y
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The Silent Patient | Alex Michaelides
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Mehso-so

Nice and detailed. Efficient read. Plot lines and symbolisms definitely connected after putting it down.

Cindyelizavaz Reminded me so much of The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino! Such a wonderful book! 3y
Graves I'll look it up! 3y
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The Shining | Stephen King
Pickpick

Masterpiece

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Behold a Pale Horse | William Cooper
Pickpick

Fun read!

Nute Welcome to Litsy! It‘s a warm and friendly community. I know that you will enjoy yourself here. I‘m looking forward to getting to know you!🙂 3y
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