Tell-All

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Written in stolen moments under truck chassis and on park benches to a soundtrack of The Downward Spiral and Pablo Honey, Fight Club came into existence The adaptation of Fight Club was a flop at the box office, but achieved cult status on DVD The film s popularity drove sales of the novel Chuck put out two novels in 1999, Survivor and Invisible Monsters Choke, published in 2001, became Chuck

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Tell-All
  • Chuck Palahniuk
  • Turkish
  • 03 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Tell-All

  1. says:

    This guy wrote a review of this book that is wrong This is not a good novel I don t even know where to start on it I imagine this conversation happening between CP and his editor CP Did you get my new novel ED Novel I got your short story.CP Oh, you kidder Seriously, what do you think ED Chuck, you can t release this as a novel It s 150 pages, but the plot only takes up about 15 of those pages This is a short story.CP My fans are retards though, they will think it s edgy I can do anything ED Your probably right I ve got an idea why don t you namedrop another 30 pages of semi obscure golden age Hollywood stars into the text I think we can work with it then.CP Consider it done, my man For about the first 105 pages of the book there is nothing that happens that is really necessary to the plot For a good portion of the pages after that there is nothing necessary to the plot And actually the plot isn t really all that different from Diary As a short story this would have been vaguely entertaining with a pretty transparent ironic twist Which brings me to the name dropping It is pointless Somewhere along the line CP thought it would be cute to throw in excessive extraneous garbage into his books It s a weird verbal tick of sorts And it makes his books seem weirder than they really are Actually they are sort of a crutch that lets him automatically create the obsessive characters he is known for without having to do much work ...

  2. says:

    There was a time that I bought Chuck Palahniuk books on release day and tore through them in less than a 24 hour period I can still one shot his insanely short novels novellas by anyone else s standards but I ve long since stopped rushing out to buy them What happened Where did it all go wrong Let s discuss, shall we Rant was a punch in the face when it first came out I will be the first to admit that I didn t understand it because I was young and dumb I think the format threw me I ve never been a fan of books written in the style of interviews Anyway, I just didn t get the book But that s my bad I have since reread Rant and found it to be among the best of Palahniuk s output I was hoping for the same magic again, which is why we re here But, first, a little history.Next was Snuff, a little streamlined and understandable than Rant, but not very good Still, I was hoping for an upswing with the next book Every author has their bad period no one knows this better than a Stephen King fan , and I imagined the next book would be Palahniuk back to his stellar ways Oh, what a hopeful summer child was IIf Rant was a punch to the face, the next book to touchdown, Pygmy, was a nuclear bomb up the ol Hershey Highway I remember opening that yellow binded bastard and reading the first paragraph and blin...

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    Say what you will about Chuck Palahniuk, no one can claim that he s scared of experimenting with different ways to tell a story.In Rant, we got multiple character viewpoints as though they were reminiscences for a documentary Haunted had a variety of characters telling fictional sort stories Pygmy was written completely in the mutated broken English of the main character And now in Tell All Palahniuk is again playing with how the story is told It s like a hybrid between a screenplay and a gossip column with the narrator describing fade ins and flashbacks while littered with bold faced celebrity name dropping.Set in 1940s 60s Hollywood, Hazie Coogan is the assistant secretary maid cook to aging movie star Katherine Kenton Hazie thinks of Katherine as her life s work, but she has to be on guard against Katherine s tendency to collect unsuitable husbands The latest candidate is young and handsome Webster Carlton Westward III When Katherine falls for him, Hazie is pushed to the background, and she worries that Westward is just courting Katherine so that he can release a tell all biography after her death.While Palahniuk, has been playing with structure, he still sticks to a lot of his old themes Here, we get another harsh indictment of celebrity culture, and the ways people will degrade themselves for fame He ...

  4. says:

    March 2010, before What s this A fictional biography of a real life celebrity Lillian Hellman , reimagining her as a larger than life legendary character And it s by Chuck Palahniuk And it s the length of an average novel Oh, my What could go wrong Oh, hell, I think I just jinxed it May 2010, after But wait It s really just a tired, by the numbers Palahniuk novel, starring a bunch of tired, by the numb...

  5. says:

    Okay, not my favorite Chuck Palahniuk book I m a pretty big fan, read ALL of his books and have seen him speak twice, which is a blast if you ever get the chance.Like always, he delivers in terms of a quick read, some social commentary, and a little bit of humor thrown in the mix see anything attributed to Walter Winchell in this book.That said, the story is so so The book really hits its stride about a hundred pages in, which is over halfway If you re going to read this book, here are some things that might help you enjoy it 1 Feel free to completey ignore anything in boldface These will be brand names and names of celebrities Chuck Palahniuk does this sort of thing in books, for example, the inclusion of esoteric medical terms in Choke, to slow readers down and make them pay attention to what s going on So, don t get caught up in the names is all I m saying, don t let that ruin it for you the way it seems to for so many others Take the boldface as a sign saying, You do not need to remember this person 2 Accept that this is not Fight Club Everybody wants Chuck Palahniuk to rewrite Fight C...

  6. says:

    This book only has 179 pages and yet i see that 13 of my magnetic clips thank you waterstones cling to, self evidently, 13 of the pages They normally serve to mark things that I find particularly insightful or dates and details to remember but in this case they mark, to a large extent, places in this short book in which i have gasped in a none too controlled way over something particularly outrageous but funny.Do not fear gentle reader, I have no intention of quoting them all but they do point out to me the fact that this is a book littered graced with great one liners and then its fair share of clever paragraphs It is a reflection on celebrity, fame and talent or lack of and centres around a Hollywood star, Katherine Kenton and her maid of all works and general dogsbody, Hazie Coogan, as they strain and struggle to maintain her postion as a star which is, if not rising, at least still glowing She has made famous such ground breaking roles as Mrs Caesar Augustus, Mrs Leonardo da Vinci, Mrs Pope Innocent VI, Mrs Gunga Din, Mrs Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mrs Man in the Iron Mask and my par...

  7. says:

    Sigh Oh Chuck You re just convinced that you ve found the magic formula, and you can churn out a book every year or two indefinitely, aren t you I mean, this isn t as bad as Pygmy, or even Snuff, but it s on the same level as them Ugh First, it is barely a book if we acknowledge that every new chapter has half a blank page to mark it, this is like a 150 page book Second, why is the repetetive verbal tick in this book they are in all of your books, Chuck some random three animal noise blurt followed by a celebrity s name That s stupid Third this was your chance, Chuck As the gay dude who represents straight dude masculinity in his books and the one who I think still sells well enough that maybe you keep churning em out in an effort to keep the publishing industry afloat writing about a woman, from another woman s point of view, in the style of the gossip co...

  8. says:

    I found Tell All to be a fine return to form for Palahniuk Being Palahniuk, the book is, of course, gimmicky He is Palahniuk, and gimmicky pastiche is the literary niche he s come to fill But Tell All is gimmicky with heart, soul and humanity something I ve found lacking in his previous two novels Snuff and Pygmy I recall commenting to a friend that Snuff read like it had been written during a weekend long cocaine binge, while Palahniuk seemed to have blown his wad on the pidgin patois in Pygmy, but I felt the patois detracted from the work rather than adding to it.In Tell All, there are a couple of voice gimmicks at work First the boldface for names, which evokes the kind of typeface used in gossip columns Second, the animal noises, which are intended to denote how shallow and meaningless conversation is among the two dimensional people populating Katherine Kenton s world The former worked well and melded into the text quickly The latter was obtrusive and perhaps repeated a bit too often I d venture that most of Palahniuk s readers are smart people and don t need to be hit over the head with the metaphor He can be a bit heavy handed, our Chuck.Stylistic gimmicks aside, Palahniuk is doing some really interesting things in this book On the surface, it s a commentary on old Hollywood, but it just as easily could be read as commentary on the c...

  9. says:

    I am disappointed Father Palahniuk, this is trash You had me at Fight Club but this one is just depressing.disappointment 1 The plot was good But it wasn t good enough Predictable and boring Miss Kathie s shit filled Hollywood life is engagingly exxxagerated andbutso bitch, I give zero fucks.disappointment 2 The Tourette Syndrome of infinite name dropping killed me Jesus I swear, it felt like I was being fucked by a thousand merciless rabbits the whole motherfucking time bdsm submissive me, dominant rabbits The name references were too deeply anchored to fathom An oceanful list of Wikipedia names from 1940 to 1950 Goodness, my biological father was just a flippant sperm in some lousy balls that time Well, A for Palahniuk s efforts of digging up a bajillion of obituaries But no, most names weren t accessible.disappointment 3 The writing felt like Thelma Ritter was holding a Lomo Cam narrating live cameos while at the same time, writing a letter expressing magnetic erections to her Casanova It was all wrong It was a mixture and collision of first and third person commentaries so really, I don t give a flying fuck whether I get shit or not.disappointment 4 Onomatopoeia Hazie s mind is a copulating zebra and anaconda but Kathie s mind is a zoo orgy It h...

  10. says:

    L ho letto tutto d un fiato.Abituarmi allo stile da sceneggiatura non stato difficoltoso alcune parti in effetti potevano essere tagliate ma nel complesso l ho adorato In Cavie a Chuck Palahniuk era stato attribuito l appellativo di genio del male ed anche qui IL GENIO ritorna.

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