Invisible Monsters

Invisible Monsters - Chuck Palahniuk The thing I enjoy about Palahniuk's work in general is his disdain for telling a story along a linear time-line. This was a fine example of that. I sometimes had trouble following where we were in the story, but for the most part he made it clear pretty quickly.
He is a master at twists - even if you figure out one or two there is always something that you just won't see coming.
I found some of the language repetitive, but I think that was deliberate, so while I didn't love that aspect, I can respect it.
I found myself having trouble liking any of the characters, though. This, too, I believe to be done purposefully, but it makes it hard for me to really enjoy a book as much as I could.