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Title: Any recommendations for transgressive fiction books?
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I like transgression fiction books, like those by Chuck Paluhniak or Bret Easton Ellis. Could you recommend me any?
Crash by J.G. Ballard is a classic.
~~God's the chisel that carves little poems into our hearts.~~
~~To love is to discriminate deeply.~~
~~Buying her own mundane bullshit, the artist makes bullshit wonderful and turns the mundane divine.~~

the atrocity exhibition by j.g. ballard
tomb of 500,000 soldiers by pierre guyotat
last exit to brooklyn by hubert selby jr.
eden, eden, eden by pierre guyotat
frisk by dennis cooper
cows by matthew stokoe
bonding by maggie siebert
amygdalatropolis by b.r. yeager
lust by elfriede jelinek(jamie stewart is a huge stan of her; she wrote Women As Lovers the novel)
babyfucker by urs alleman
story of an eye by georges bataille
300,000,000 by blake butler
If you like horror novels, you may like thriller hörbücher "Mord an der Themse" is a crime novel written by American authors Matthew Costello and Neil Richards. The crime thriller is the first episode of the cozy crime series Cherringham: Country air can be deadly.
City Sister Silver by Jáchym Topol
The Primal Screamer by Nick Blinko
Perfume by Patrick Süskind
No Longer Human by Osamu Dazai
A Spy in the House of Love by Anaïs Nin

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