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Chuck Palahniuk

Sooo I remember this question being asked at some point but I have no clue when and I think it must have been a while ago, so here goes.

I re-read Fight Club by Palahniuk last week and again, I thought it was quite brilliant. Then I also remember reading Diary at some point and I wasn't particulary taken by that. I felt that Fight Club was making a point and Diary was shocking for the sake of shocking (which can be interesting as well, but I won't get into that). Anyway, based on those two opinions, which other Palahniuk novel(s) would you recommend me? Thanks ever so much.
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