The Fan Club [NOOK Book]

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Imagine you are obsessed with a beautiful, famous actress. You know everything about her – at least, you know everything that the press, the tabloids, and the world knows about her. You think she is humble and nice and tired of living the Hollywood life. Better yet, you think she would fall for someone like you – a regular guy with a regular life. Now imagine that you told three other guys what you thought, and they all agreed – and you ...
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The Fan Club

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Overview

Imagine you are obsessed with a beautiful, famous actress. You know everything about her – at least, you know everything that the press, the tabloids, and the world knows about her. You think she is humble and nice and tired of living the Hollywood life. Better yet, you think she would fall for someone like you – a regular guy with a regular life. Now imagine that you told three other guys what you thought, and they all agreed – and you actually abducted this woman.

You are now in the head of the protagonist of Irving Wallace's thriller – The Fan Club. This is not a novel for the squeamish. After the abduction, things do not go as planned. At least three of the men involved force themselves on their captive. Each has his own problems, his own psychosis – his own reasons. Each is crazy in a different way, and their prisoner? She's not so sane herself.

The sexual situations in this novel show their roots in the cultural revolution of the 1970s. They are crude, rough, difficult to take. There are no punches pulled. The characters, while difficult to empathize with, are very believable. This novel is more a horror thriller than mainstream, but it has the power and authenticity readers have come to expect from Irving Wallace, one of the most popular and talented voices in American Literature.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149452002
  • Publisher: Crossroad Press
  • Publication date: 3/19/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 155,630
  • File size: 580 KB

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  • Posted August 30, 2011

    READ THIS BOOK

    I recommend you find this book and read it. I read it about 30 years ago and it was the most intense book I have ever read. I am looking to read it again soon.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2001

    A thin line between love and insanity

    Its an amazing book. The best I have read by Wallace so far. Its suspense. Its funny. Its a description about the side of many men in the bedroom. Its Great. Its about a fan that starts a fan club. But the Club in not an ordinary Fan Club. They have one goal in mind but the way the achive that goal is somewhat different between the members.

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  • Posted November 17, 2014

    Irving Wallace is a good storyteller and has written better book

    Irving Wallace is a good storyteller and has written better books than this, which I found to be prurient. I found the ending to be implausible, as well.  

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