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  • Title: Anlat Bakalım
  • Author: Chuck Palahniuk Şeyda İşler
  • ISBN: 9789755399591
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Chuck Palahniuk Şeyda İşler

    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 s first New York Times bestseller Chuck s work has always been infused with personal experience, and his next novel, Lullaby, was no exception Chuck credits writing Lullaby with helping him cope with the tragic death of his father Diary and the non fiction guide to Portland, Fugitives and Refugees, were released in 2003 While on the road in support of Diary, Chuck began reading a short story entitled Guts, which would eventually become part of the novel Haunted.In the years that followed, he continued to write, publishing the bestselling Rant, Snuff, Pygmy, Tell All, a remix of Invisible Monsters, Damned, and most recently, Doomed Chuck also enjoys giving back to his fans, and teaching the art of storytelling has been an important part of that In 2004, Chuck began submitting essays to ChuckPalahniuk on the craft of writing These were How To pieces, straight out of Chuck s personal bag of tricks, based on the tenants of minimalism he learned from Tom Spanbauer Every month, a Homework Assignment would accompany the lesson, so Workshop members could apply what they had learned all 36 of these essays can currently be found on The Cult s sister site, LitReactor.Then, in 2009, Chuck increased his involvement by committing to read and review a selection of fan written stories each month The best stories are currently set to be published in Burnt Tongues, a forthcoming anthology, with an introduction written by Chuck himself His next novel, Beautiful You, is due out in October 2014.

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  • 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 You [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 numbers Stock Palahniuk Characters, and lazily disguised as The Ultimate Hollywood Novel By Chuck P [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 thin [...]

  • 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 o [...]

  • 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 follo [...]

  • 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, domi [...]

  • 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, [...]

  • What I like about CP is how he is willing to experiment with different ways of telling a story Rant is an example of a successful experiment Tell All is an example of an unsuccessful experiment One major problem with the book is voice The first person protagonist is just not fun to read It is possible to write unlikable people as good narrators, and CP has done it before he did this especially well in Choke In this case, the voice was annoying, grating, nearly unreadable for the first half of th [...]

  • Oh man I am in love I know I say this with almost every Palahniuk book I read but I definitely mean it this time THIS is my favorite Chuck book No doubt about it It is literally everything that I want from a book It has the best characters I ve ever read Chuck wasn t kidding when he said in an interview that he loves Hazie I know she s my favorite character She seems like she s the good one and she s only doing things to help others but she s really not She s cunning and devious and so far from [...]

  • You can think of this as a vintage Hollywood version of Glamorama by Bret Easton Ellis It s a constant barrage of celebrity name dropping and in bold print, no less with a slew of camera directions and editing room speak Instead of Christian Bale we get Mickey Rooney Kate Moss is replaced with women like Monroe, Garbo, and Joan Crawford So if you enjoyed that aspect of machine gun pop culture in Glamorama, then Tell All delivers the same thing in a nostalgic, grainy reel.As if to build upon the [...]

  • Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted illegally Less a finished novel and a writing workshop dare grown out of control, Chuck Palahniuk s latest is almost too slight to deserve a write up at all, although I suppose I ll try it s essentially a fake kiss and tell biography of a 20th century Hollywood starlet as told by her longtime put upon assistant, actually wri [...]

  • Leyendo contraportadas, sinopsis y cr ticas, sospechaba que Chuck Palahniuk no iba a ser un autor de mi agrado pero ten a que probarlo Por un lado porque, siendo tan popular, quiz s me estaba perdiendo a un autor brillante y, por otro, porque me gust la pel cula El club de la lucha Sin embargo Al desnudo ha confirmado mis sospechas y definitivamente no volver a leer nada de este se or.El libro me ha parecido tedioso en su estructura y narrativa y la escritura profundamente desagradable y cansina [...]

  • A great mystery and satire marred by its patience trying experimental writing style I like classic Hollywood as much as anyone, but the sheer amount of references crammed into this tiny novel, all in bold print for your eyeballs inconvenience, is perplexing Somewhat hypocritical, as I toy around with writing styles as well, but it can be something fitting to poetry or short stories than a full novel.However, it says something that the plotline is good enough to survive through it being a simple [...]

  • I added an extra star considering this isn t written in the same exact style of every other Palahniuk book prior to Rant with the exception of Snuff This weakness of his was most prevalent in Haunted, which included great stories and the wonderful gimmick that each story was written by a different character who was each trapped in the writing retreat from hell Unfortunately, every story was written in the same exact way and obviously by the same exact character Chuck Palahniuk It s really not su [...]

  • It seems to me as if Chuck Palahniuk had every novel or text ever written by him liquified on a blender, then poured into a tall glass cup a non sugary, not even sour, nothing flavored story Tell All.This is a really lousy book It has a hollow plot, it has poor close to none character development, it s a nightmare What was I thinking, seriously.

  • I have never been grateful to see the end of a Palahniuk book I also cannot believe I have nothing to say about this book, but there you go Just Yeah Go read Invisible Monsters and remember why we love Chuck.

  • I give Chuck Palahniuk credit for having a vivid imagination and writing stuff on topics that I wouldn t necessarily find any interest in and making them somewhat interesting Such is the case with his latest, Tell All , a novel well, novel is kinda stretching things s really not much than a kernel of an idea that was stretched and puffed, Chuck style, into a novel about the golden era of cinema and its vain personages, and the public s love for these personages, often written about with tell al [...]

  • Tell all de Chuck Palahniuk El antiguamente transgresor Chuck se nos ha acomodado definitivamente en este nuevo estilo de novelas cortas, mucho m s comedido que en anteriores En definitiva aqu tenemos la historia de una estrella del cine de Hollywood en el ocaso de su carrera, una Liz Taylor al uso, con todo lo que rodea al cine y sobre todo sus Was bands que constituyen todos los maridos que ha tenido, en una trama que se mete de lleno en la novela polic aca, por los intentos de su actual prome [...]

  • Chuck s new book follows in the overly stylized vein used in Pygmy and Rant I have to admit that while I love Chuck, I wasn t crazy about either Pygmy or Rant Luckily, the uber stylization works for not against Tell All I found this send up of Hollywood insider biographies to be very funny, exceedingly clever, and downright witty Sure it was overly repetitive at some points, but it was a fun ride nonetheless I m curious to see how Tell All goes over with typical Chuck fans As a bookseller, most [...]

  • Chuck does it again This book is fiction, but it sounds like something out of old Hollywood Words alone cannot describe how AWESOME this book is Don t listen to the naysayers when they say this book is weak, it is amazing and deserves to be read.

  • 3.5 stars I wish allows half star ratings I would like to think of Chuck Palahniuk as a demented cook He takes pleasure in extracting the glitz and grit of ordinary human lives and mixing them with the most vulgar, most risqu ingredients he could come up with He is obsessed with the presentation of his work sometimes he would mold it into a coma diary form, sometimes into an interview form, sometimes into that frenzied Engrish A Clock Work Orangesque form He would set this on a silver tray, plas [...]

  • Menos Prozac y m s Palahniuk dec a el perfil de un hipster que vi una vez hace un tiempo Siempre me pareci que en p ginas de contactos, poner que uno lee es un ancla en el mar de la solter a Habl de literatura en tu perfil de levante y foreveralone.Cuesti n que menos Prozac y m s Palahniuk es en realidad una frase bastante ir nica, porque los personajes de este segundo libro de Mr P que leo, al igual que los del anterior, necesitar an una buena dosis de Prozac Y de litio Y de cu nta medicaci n p [...]

  • Beneath the thin gold leaf of a lifetime s achievement,A cheap tin form stands, bearing its gilded skin.Careful not to let tarnish come to its shineOr to polish through to the dullness within The image of the statuette must be guarded.For what will Kenton s life be remembered Who she was, or what she did,Or who she was presented to be Perched on the pedestal our expectations,Collecting dust, the legacy.Who will tell her story,And whom will we see Gold or Tin Kenton s legacy.Katharine Kenton is i [...]

  • Note NO SPOILERSI was slightly wary of reading Palahniuk s latest The premise centered around an aging starlet and the troubles she endured seemed slightly cliche and too simple for one of Palahniuk s protagonists However, within the first 20 pages of this book I was engrossed in the life of Miss Kathie a character I immediately drew similarities to another violet eyed starlet and realized that that sordid life of a Hollywood actress is definitely Palanhiuk material This is by no means a long bo [...]

  • Hollywood is a cheap target for satire, and it has been done to death far better than this on numerous occasions Palahnluk picks usual topics to skewer in his own way, but it is unclear why he chose this one and why he chose the method that he did Told by a Thelma Ritter like caretaker, Tell All relates the story of Kathy Kenton, a film icon looking for a comeback and for true love Kenton is an amalgamation of recognizable stars of Hollywood s earlier years, but anachronistic pairings of names, [...]

  • Palahniuk doesn t do well by himself here This is a repetitive, slight shadow of his better work He still has firepower with the language, but it s wasted here on a predictable, skeletal story about a woman who has quietly molded the old Hollywood star she works for into an icon As star Miss Kathie Kenton ages, an opportunistic young actor comes into her life to try to take advantage of her Hazie, Kenton s do everything assistant, must battle to try to battle him off while rebuilding Kenton s ca [...]

  • This book got slammed by others who read it but I found it darkly whimsical Chuck s writing as as usual, sarcastic and funny It was a different style than he usually writes but I think it s refreshing It s not the best book I ve ever read but it s certainly far from the worst It s a quick read, it has a slight twist for those like me who don t usually guess who done it as fast as others , and it s a fun satire on Hollywood and those who must live in it.

  • I am really not into this author.Maybe because I am not American,Maybe because I am not male.Maybe because of the cultural and social, as well as economical differences between the two of us, but his art does not move me His work does not ignite my interest or enthusiasm, it s just like American psycho, cult, which I understand, but does not touch me, sort of meh as an after taste I didn t like Fight Club very much, though I understand its appeal, I was kind of uninterested in Choke and now with [...]

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