Haunted

Paperback $15.95

Anchor | Apr 11, 2006 | 432 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9781400032822

  • Paperback$15.95

    Anchor | Apr 11, 2006 | 432 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9781400032822

  • Ebook$11.99

    Anchor | May 03, 2005 | 256 Pages | ISBN 9780385515832

  • Audiobook Download$19.98

    Random House Audio | May 10, 2005 | 780 Minutes | ISBN 9780739302873

Praise

“Reading a Palahniuk novel is like getting zipped inside a boxer’s heavy bag while the author goes to work on you, pounding you until there is nothing left but a big bag of bones and blood and pain.”
The Miami Herald

“To Palahniuk’s credit, there is something here to appall almost every sensibility. The author has a singular knack for coming up with inventive new ways to shock and degrade.”
The New York Post

“Frequently entertaining [and] often appalling. . . . There are paragraphs here—entire pages, in fact—that are as disgusting as anything I’ve ever read. Truly vivid and harrowing (and often quite funny).”
Minneapolis Star Tribune

“Summer reading for people who like their lit doused in bodily fluids.. . . Haunted has an anarchic sensibility that hurdles over the top.”—Time Out New York

“Chuck Palahniuk is one of the most intriguing writers of our time. [Haunted ] is a blend of stories that are among the most horrifying, stomach-churning and mind-blowing tales ever encountered.” —Tucson Citizen

“Chuck Palahniuk’s rightful place is among literary giants. He combines the masculinity of Ernest Hemingway, the satirical bent of Juvenal and the attitude of Lenny Bruce.” —Greensboro News & Record

“To Palahniuk’s credit, there is something here to appall almost every sensibility. The author has a singular knack for coming up with inventive new ways to shock and degrade.” —New York Post

“Funny, always on the edge of reality and bloodied by the profound horror of narcissism.” —Playboy

“Place this bet in your time capsule: Chuck Palahniuk’s novels will be required reading in American literature classes 100 years from now.” —The Fort Myers News-Press

“Palahniuk is as unique and colorful as ever.” —The Onion

“Searing and honest. …His nasty detail and unimaginably horrible scenarios will give some people nightmares. This creepy ?ction masterpiece could be the de?nitive novel of our time for its genre.” —The Cincinnati News Record

“Chuck Palahniuk appears to be going around the bend. …A satire of reality television–an effective one–but also an homage to horror stories and a meditation on pop culture.” —The Seattle Times

“The most original work of ?ction this year.” —The Guardian (London)

“Chuck Palahniuk is up to his old tricks. …His prose is, as always, gorgeous.” —Entertainment Weekly

“One part Canterbury Tales, one part Lord of the Flies, and 100 percent classic Palahniuk. …[His] grisliest book yet.” —Broward—Palm Beach New Times

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