Action & Adventure Literary Fiction

Author: Chuck Palahniuk

Diary takes the form of a ‘coma diary’ kept by one Misty Tracy Wilmot as her husband lies senseless in hospital after a suicide attempt. Once she was an art student dreaming of creativity and freedom; now, after marrying Peter at art school and being brought back to once quaint, now tourist-overrun Waytansea Island, she’s been reduced to the condition of a resort hotel mai….Read More

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