rules of attraction or fight club

Discussion in 'Survey says...' started by Walter o'Dim, Dec 17, 2013.

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fight club

  1. rules of attraction

    0 vote(s)
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  2. neither

    9.1%
  3. Fight Club

    90.9%
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  1. Walter o'Dim
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    Walter o'Dim Member

    Brent easton Ellis or Chuck Palahniuk?

    what do I buy fight club or rules of attraction? I've already read less than zero and liked it a lot but I've never read fight club. but I've seen the movie and liked it a lot.

    If you have read either writer witch do you prefer?
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  2. kingricefan
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    kingricefan All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.

    Only read one Palahniuk. Saw Fight Club. I'd probably go for Fight Club.
  3. FlakeNoir
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    FlakeNoir Beta/Moderator Moderator

    @Walter o'Dim I've just added the "Fight Club" option to your poll.
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  4. Walter o'Dim
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    Walter o'Dim Member

    yea thanks I seen I messed that up. :smile: sorry about that.
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  5. carrie's younger brother
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    carrie's younger brother Well-Known Member

    I'm a huge Palahniuk fan. I voted for Fight Club. I have to admit though, I have never seen the movie! I am not a big fan of seeing movies of books/authors I follow. I probably have seen only a quarter of the movies/TV shows based on SK books.
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  6. HollyGolightly
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    HollyGolightly Well-Known Member

    Bret Easton Ellis books disturb me - they are a little sadistic - I have not read Chuck, though -
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  7. Shasta
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    Shasta On his shell he holds the earth.

    Don't read Doomed, though!

    (Sorry, everyone else. Personal joke.)
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  8. fljoe0
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    fljoe0 Cantre Member

    He doesn't created very many likeable characters. I've liked a couple of his books (especially Lunar Park) but if you are going to read him, prepare yourself to hate all the characters. :)
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  9. FlakeNoir
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    No problem at all... :)
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  10. HollyGolightly
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    Yes - I was shocked when I read Less Than Zero, and I should have known better but I read American Psycho, and then Glamorama just did me in. (He's kind of like the male A.M. Homes). Very dark, disturbingly dark, not dark in a good way -
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  11. ghost19
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    ghost19 .....Damn Zombies.....

    Rules of Attraction sounds like a chick book.:) I've read Fight Club. I agree with above poster, not a whole lot of likeable characters, but it was pretty entertaining.
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  12. HPMcClendon
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    Fight Club, hands down.
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  13. The Nameless
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    The Nameless M-O-O-N - That spells Nameless

    Never read or seen either, but I have seen small snippets of fight club, and I know Meatloaf is in it. That man puts everything he has into all his work, so I will say fight club just because of Meat.
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