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Stranger Than Fiction.

Stranger Than Fiction

Chuck Palahniuk

Doubleday & Company

1745 Broadway, New York NY 10019

www.randomhouse.com

0385504489 $23.95 1-800-726-0600

There's a fine line between reality and fantasy sometimes, as evidenced by such strange oddities as the Rock Creek Lodge Testicle Festival, rock musician Marilyn Manson, and individuals who lead peculiar lives. Enter author Chuck Palahniuk's universe to examine alternate visions of culture and the bizarre with Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories, a wide-ranging treatise which runs from the strange world of amateur wrestling to the phenomenon and work of search and rescue dogs. Enter his world and learn about daily dramas, unusual beliefs, and motivated spirits in the truly engrossing Stranger Than Fiction.
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