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  • A comedy of horrors, a pantomimic romp through America's obsession with secrets and confessions

  • Maybe our generation has found its Don DeLillo

    Bret Easton Ellis
  • Immensely extremly funny account of an outsider stuck inside America

    Independent on Sunday
  • Survivor comes bowling forth out of the same dark corner of the mind as Fight Club... Like its predecessor, it is a terminal novel, a novel that applies the firing-squad principle to extort tortured eloquence from its doomed narrator

  • Brilliant satire and savagely funny, Survivor offers much to admire. Palahniuk displays a swiftian gift for satire, as well as a knack for crafting mesmerizing sentences that loom with stark, prickly prose and repetitive rhythms

    San Francisco Chronicle

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