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Ing Raised in Captivity does not slot into a smooth preexisting groove If Saul Steinberg and Italo Calvino had adopted a child from a Romanian orphanage and raised him on Gary Larsen and Thomas Bernhard he would still be nothing like Chuck Klosterman They might be good company though Funny wise and weird in eual measure Raised in Captivity bids fair to be one of the most original and exciting story collections in recent memory a fever graph of our deepest unvoiced hopes fears and preoccupations Ceaselessly inventive hostile to corniness in all its forms and mean only to the things that really deserve it it marks a cosmic leap forward for one of our most consistently interesting writers After much thought I feel comfortable in declaring that Klosterman is the author I most enjoy reading He’s not my favorite writer nor is he the best I routinely readThis will probably change but it will also change back the next time Chuck releases a bookI own all of his books and have never reread one of them I am never tempted to do so I feel they are perfectly consumed with one through and thoughtful readingI know I have written this before but I don’t know if I like what he writes because we think a like or if I like what he writes because he himself has framed the way I think It’s probably a bit of both

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Raised in Captivity Fictional NonfictionUdents An obscure power pop band wrestles with its new found fame when its song Blizzard of in Captivity Fictional Kindle #216 Summer becomes an anthem for white supremacists A couple considers getting a medical procedure that will transfer the pain of childbirth from the woman to her husband A woman interviews a hit man about killing her husband but is shocked by the method he proposes A man is recruited to join a secret government research team investigating why coin flips are no longer exactly A man sees a whale struck by lightning and knows that everything about his life has to change A lawyer grapples with the unintended side effects of a veterinarian's rabies vaccinationFair warn If you've ever wondered what Chuck Klosterman thinks about social media gender politics or or any other hot button topic he's been cleverly avoiding for all these years it's all in this bad boyThe short stories of Raised in Captivity are a lot dense and will make you work harder than Klosterman's essays It's perhaps the closest he's ever been to David Foster Wallace But nonetheless his mind is a democratic place than Wallace's and even if he employs didactic allegories which I usually hate the purpose of every story eventually reveals itself without having you clawing your head open for answers Raised in Captivity is like a coded discussion between initiates Don't expect Klosterman to take position on any of your favorite battle axe issues without any of his trademark nuance and detachment But this book answers uestions fans like me have been asking themselves for years now It's an incredible act of generosity