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November 24th, 2012, 15:23
Originally Posted by Frozen Fireball View Post
I am looking for a novel which has lots of witty dialogues and blunt black humor, but is also accessible and straightforward. Nothing too profound. (Like Chuck Palahniuk) The witty and yet accessible dialogues and cool characters are very important. In other words, a novel that is similar to first two Tarantino movies, Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. Any recommendations?
Hm, do you know Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels ?
I can recommend Maurice And His Educated Rodents, that's a really good story, imho !

What I found not bad as well was the very first Skullduggery Pleasant novel, although it was a bit too much dialog-centric for my taste, and didn't contain good descriptions of the environments.
The dialogs as such, however, were not bad, and the overall story wasn't bad, either.
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