#1
Just finished 'Survivor' for a school assignment after loving 'Fight Club'.

I'm curious to know, why do all his books seem the same despite being so different?

Plus, any other books that are like his?
#5
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Because he's crap and unoriginal.

+1. What kinda dick steals from Calvin and Hobbes?

And while we're on the subject, I hate Tom Wolfe, too.

And Irvine Welsh is awesome.
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#7
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+1. What kinda dick steals from Calvin and Hobbes?

And while we're on the subject, I hate Tom Wolfe, too.

And Irvine Welsh is awesome.


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#8
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What kinda dick steals from Calvin and Hobbes?


This seems familiar, but care to refresh my memory?
#9
Because he describes adult material in a way written for children. It really bores me.

Once you get past the shock factor of Guts etc. it's all pretty dull.
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