Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk

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4 Responses to “Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk”

  1. Anthony R. Says:

    Summary: Fight Club is about a young man named ? and Tyler who both travel the world to cause mayhem and fight. Throughout the book Tyler becomes more and more set on his desire to dominate, and it leads to disaster.

    Evaluation: I found myself not able to really put this book down, and once I was finished I found that I wanted to read it over and over again, it was great! I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good thrilling and entertaining read.

    Rating: 5/5

    Recommendations: The Hunger Games, Article 5, and The Hobbit

  2. Logan S. Says:

    Summary: This book is about two guys who travel the world fighting in boxing fights and other fights. They also always fight over this girl. It is narrated by Tyler.

    Evaluation: This book was not the greatest book I have ever read, but it wasn’t that bad. I would recommend it. You really get into it and feel like you are there.


    The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian – Sherman Alexie
    The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

  3. Evan D. Says:

    Summary: The narrator of the book and a friend of his, Tyler, travel the world fighting for a living, but not only do they fight in competition but also fight with each other about various things including a woman named Marla. All the while Tyler becomes more and more dangerous to both the narrator and Marla

    Evaluation: This book was very intense and is a classic for all of its famous lines like “Tyler: You have a kind of sick desperation in your laugh.”

    Rating: 5 out of 5

    I would also recommend the books Catching Fire and Mockingjay

  4. Linh H. Says:

    Summary: Bored and loathing his life, Tyler extremely varies his purposes to overthrow society and create a silent revolution.

    Evaluation: This book describes most 1st world societies with accuracy and sad truth; it contained many good quotes. It has a few cuss words, but it’s good.

    Rating: 5/5

    The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
    Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden

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