Pygmy

ISBN9780099526971
PublisherB66KS LTD
PublishedMarch 7, 2017
Pages256
AuthorChuck Palahniuk
FormatPAPERBACK
Weight0.2 Kg.
Height7.8 in.
Width5.1 in.
Depth0.6 in.

Pygmy

Chuck Palahniuk

PAPERBACK

March 7, 2017

Pygmy is one of a handful of young adults from a totalitarian state sent to the US disguised as exchange students. Living with American families to blend in, they are planning an unspecified act of massive terrorism that will bring this big dumb country and its fat dumb inhabitants to their knees. Palahniuk depicts Midwestern life through the eyes of this indoctrinated little killer in a cunning double-edged satire of American xenophobia.

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Chuck Palahniuk

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ISBN9780099526971
PublisherB66KS LTD
PublishedMarch 7, 2017
Pages256
AuthorChuck Palahniuk
FormatPAPERBACK
Weight0.2 Kg.
Height7.8 in.
Width5.1 in.
Depth0.6 in.

Synopsis

Pygmy is one of a handful of young adults from a totalitarian state sent to the US disguised as exchange students. Living with American families to blend in, they are planning an unspecified act of massive terrorism that will bring this big dumb country and its fat dumb inhabitants to their knees. Palahniuk depicts Midwestern life through the eyes of this indoctrinated little killer in a cunning double-edged satire of American xenophobia.

Buy Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuk at Fully Booked online and at Fully Booked branches in the Philippines.

Editorial Reviews

“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