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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 1441735062
ISBN-13: 9781441735065
Sku: 214687709
Publish Date: 5/1/2010
Pages:  3
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The bestselling author of "Fight Club" presents a "Sunset Boulevard"-inflected homage to Old Hollywood--a dark reimagining of "All About Eve" and a hilarious assault on celebrity.
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Chuck Palahniuk, the man who puts the "rant" in "aberrant," takes a break from his terrifying satires of contemporary American culture to skewer the Golden Age of Hollywood in this pseudo biography of a geriatric starlet, as penned by her zealously protective servant. The formerly fabulous Katherine "Miss Kathie" Kenton refuses to surrender the spotlight, even though her legendary violet eyes are now encased in collagen and her luminescent glow comes out of a plastic tube. Kenton's nurse/maid/confidante is Hazie Coogan, who professes to be celebrating Miss Kathie's glorious career, but may actually be planning to capitalize on her untimely demise with a postmortem profile of her escapades with fellow stars. Palahniuk adopts the salacious jargon of celebrity gossip columnists like Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons to spin this cryptic tale about the absurdity and irrelevance of the 20th century's most illustrious names and faces.
Author Bio
Chuck Palahniuk
Chuck Palahniuk (pronounced PAULA-nik) is a writer of disturbing novels and short stories that frequently expose the unpleasant underbelly of modern society and the human psyche. Palahniuk was born in Washington State and still lives in the Pacific Northwest. He went to the University of Oregon where he received his B.A. in journalism. After a short stint as a journalist, Palahniuk became an assembly-line mechanic for Freightliner. During this time he attended a writing workshop led by Tom Spanbauer, a disciple of Gordon Lish's minimalist approach to fiction writing, and a powerful influence on Palahniuk's literary style and philosophy. After his novel INVISIBLE MONSTERS was rejected for being too disturbing (it was later published), Palahniuk wrote the even more disturbing FIGHT CLUB, based in part on his experiences as a member of the Cacophony Society, a loose-knit organization specializing in pranks and rowdiness. After its publication FIGHT CLUB was made into a film by David Fincher, starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and Helena Bonham Carter. The film created a devoted cult following for Palahniuk, and his subsequent novels have all achieved mainstream commercial success. Though occasionally accused of using shock value and sexism in his work, Palahniuk's sick and twisted tales continue to fascinate his mostly young audience, and have drawn comparisons to Irvine Welsh and Bret Easton Ellis.

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Product attributeBook Format / Audio CD - Unabridged:   Audio CD - Unabridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   3
Product attributePublisher:   Blackstone Audiobooks
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