Pygmy

Chuck Palahniuk

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status Copy #1 (2317): in
genre Humor and Satire ยป General Humor
publisher Doubleday
publish date May 5, 2009
popularity checked out 7 time(s)

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  • By Kyle Beckhorn -

    Freaky book.
    Follow the perspective of “OPERATIVE ME”, a terrorist from some new totalitarian state that idolises basically all leaders that have shown hostile force against The United States…

    “Operative me” is a foreign exchange student, with the mission of executing “OPERATION HAVOC”. He is nicknamed Pygmy, because his American host family and peers view him as a small, dumb, poor little creature that just needs a little American culture and Christian faith.
    Those are the ingredients to prosperity and happiness, right?

    The host family is wonderfully dysfunctional, with a father who does top-secret government work, a mother who is always stealing batteries from her kids to power up and test drive the newest vibrators on the market. Then their 2 children, who routinely “Roofy” their parents in order to steal the family car, stay out late, or otherwise break the house rules.

    There was a violent scene early on in the book that almost made me return it, but if you can get past that, its pretty good. Written in a disjointed style, like nothing I’ve ever read before.

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