The Invention Of Sound by Chuck Palahniuk

The raw craft of a foley artist has drastically mutated into a twisted future for this unique career. A determined man enters the dark web of child trafficking to vanquish what seems like an endless hunt for a loved one. These two story lines clash with a primal scream in the new book by Chuck Palahniuk, The Invention Of Sound.
With a distinctive original writing style, Palahniuk takes the reader on a twisted journey where reality is uncertain, such as a simple audio file that makes one’s mind descend into madness. Reading this book is comparable to viewing distorted images on the side of milk cartons, equivalent to catching a gentle aroma of bleach at each page turn and resembling that of finding the black box of a jetliner that has crashed with no survivors. Be prepared for all those lovely awkward moments that only Chuck Palahniuk is capable of conceiving.
Chuck Palahniuk (born February 21, 1962) is an American novelist and freelance journalist, who describes his work as transgressional fiction. Characters often break into odd theories and opinions that have dark undertones. Plot twists are an essential ingredient to his ingenuity as are the endings which he himself refers to as “the hidden gun”. He is the author of the award-winning novel Fight Club, which also was made into a popular film of the same name.

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