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GethN7

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Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" was disturbing on the first read, but it just gets worse with subsequent re-reads.

A little scene towards the beginning especially stands out as fucked up beyond all reason where kids are encouraged to molest each other by the adults and it's the one kid who doesn't want to molest or be molested who is considered to be the abnormal one.

It's supposed to desensitize them to the sex and drugs powered culture of the world they are in, but the implications are even MORE horrifying after several re-reads:

It's a world where pedophilia is completely normal and considered HEALTHY.

Worse, it's heavily implied and to some extent outright stated the adults directly intervene to make sure the kids are touching each other inappropriately, even if they have to get "hands-on" themselves.

It's still a good book that shows the idealized glittering utopia of free love and drugs 24/7 can be one of the most terrifying things, just as bad if not worse than Orwell's grim perma-terror state of 1984, but it's still a book that can be hard to read stone sober.
 
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Funny you mention that because in his diary he would say how every time he was in a reform school or group home (which in reality was forced labor with beatings back in those days) or in front of a judge he would lie to them and say he found Jesus and will be a good boy. That's how he'd get leniency.

He also read Schopenhauer. Act surprised.
I forgot this.

Asked by the hangman if he wanted to make a last statement, he snapped, "Yes, hurry it up, you Hoosier bastard! I could hang a dozen men while you're fooling around!"

http://sondralondon.com/tales/panzram/05.htm
 

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The Fog and The Rats by James Herbert. Others is a really good one as well.

The Fog has a lovely scene involving a teacher at the mercy of his young male students, all driven mad by a strange cloud that's creeping across the country.

There's also Slugs by Shaun Hutchinson; very similiar to the Rats but.. with killer slugs. He was the author I latched onto after I'd read all of Herbert's books (RIP, Jim) there's another book by him I read about a dude who starts stealing aborted foetuses from the hospital he works at but I can't remember the name.
 

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Jim Thompson's 1952 novel The Killer Inside Me is a classic crime story, one of the earliest I can think of told entirely from the perspective of the killer himself. It follows a small town Texas sheriff's deputy who pretends to be a complete doofus who can't stop spouting cliches, but is in truth a vicious sociopath and sadist, who routinely enjoys boring people to death by pretending to be an idiot cornball.

And then he starts killing people.

If you want to know what a really trimmed down, 50s version of American Psycho would look like, this is it. Hell, all of Jim Thompson is worth reading if you like this one. Check out Pop. 1280, Savage Night, and A Hell of a Woman next.
 

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The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks. It's about a young, reclusive incel with severe mental problems and mutilated genitals who lives on one of those shitty islands off the coast of Scotland and does mostly solitary things. He kills animals and some people, too. The Wasp Factory of the title is a strange device he builds in an attic out of a clock where he ritually kills wasps.
 

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The Welcome to the NHK book is pretty strange as its basically a story about a cow.

While its played for laughs in the anime and Manga, Satou's crippling anxiety, neurosis , degenerate lifestyle and pedophilia is represented as depressing in the book. It's pretty fascinating how all three of the adaptations of this story are radically different despite having the same premise and author. That alone is pretty jarring.

I'd recommend all three since I can't really decide which on which is the best. One ends on an optimistic note, one on a grimdark note and one on a realistic(?) note but none of them are really wrong in their message. Of course, all three could be construed as grimdark depending on your perspective.
 

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This is probably tame compared to a lot of others but I'll go with Filth by Irvine Welsh. Its about Bruce Robertson, an incredibly corrupt, degenerate, and all in all disgusting detective in Britain. The son of an African dignitary or ambassador is murdered one night and becomes the main case for the force, with Bruce eventually leading the case. The entire time all Bruce does is lie and manipulate everyone around him to get him a promotion for whatever comes after Detective Inspector while barely looking for witnesses or leads. The first lead he gets is a junky and when he goes to his place he finds a judges or lawyers daughter with the junky. She's 15 and doing drugs so he blackmails/forces her to blow him so he won't tell her father. Since that's not bad enough, the guy does not shower, do laundry, or have any form of hygiene so his pants and underwear are crusted and he has a horribly huge rash from his dick down to his thighs that's just shedding and flaking bits of skin off. The only time he ever does something good is trying to help a man who was choking or having a heart attack, and even after that when he's declared a hero in the paper he just gets more and more depraved.

That doesn't really cover a lot but the entire time I read it all I could think was "Man this guy is a piece of shit" and he never gets better.
 
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I don't think anyone's mentioned Peter Sotos yet and I haven't because I don't particularly enjoy his work. I guess "enjoy" is the wrong word considering but I don't respect it either.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sotos

Sotos has had a very long writing career writing serial killer/pedo fiction from the perspective of the killer. His prose is very halting and simplistic. Coming off like the diary or archived chat room of a pedo serial killer. Ironically, less eloquent than an actual serial killer such as Carl Panzram who I mentioned on the first page.
 
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Changing up the pace a little bit and going over the works of the author Supervert:

The material isn't really disturbing like a lot of material I've been recommended but could be easily described as fucked up. Supervert writes about perversion, specifically the philosophy behind perversion. The first book they put out was Extra Terrestrial Sex Fetish:

https://www.amazon.com/Extraterrestrial-Sex-Fetish-Supervert/dp/0970497105

A book that poses the question: how can someone have an alien fetish if alien's have yet to be proven to be real? Supervert likes to alternate from chapter to chapter focusing on not just other characters but entire philosophical/sexually violent vignettes. There's a chapter in Extraterrestrial Sex Fetish (ETSF) where our main character visits a planet where the rules of morality regarding sex are reversed: the virgins are the violent sociopathic criminals of society (could Supervert have predicted the rise of Incels?) and the sexually adventurous are the moral and upstanding members of society. Our main character has to literally fuck the good into criminals.

The second book, Necrophilia Variations, got a lot of attention because of this:

 
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It's a short story rather than a book, but it still counts, right?
https://en.m.wikisource.org/wiki/Best_Russian_Short_Stories/The_Red_Laugh
This here is The Red Laugh (Красный Смех), written by Leonid Andreyev in 1904 and translated to English a year later. This short story is about the horrors of war. I can't really describe this thing properly, so just follow the link and read it for yourself.
 

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Zombie by Joyce Carol Oates reads like the diary of a budding serial killer, a young man who wants to create a zombie sex slave out of a victim and essentially goes through a process of trial an error in his quest. It definitely made me feel nauseated a few times. I don't know if I would say it's one of the best fucked up books but it's worth a read.
Congrats on finishing that one...I couldnt. Inspired by Jeffery Dhamer I think.
 

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I have to recommend The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood. I read it years ago and still think about it.
 

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Johnny Got His Gun is really interesting, it's what inspired Metallica's lyrics for One.

That said having that song stuck in my head the entire time took me out a bit.

I'm old.
takin my arms! taking my legs! taking my soul! taking my life in heeeeeeeeelll!

I don't even think American Psycho is worth a read unless you can tolerate lists of '80s designer brands (Oliver Peoples glasses) mixed with torture porn. I love the movie, though.

I think the movie is way better, but there were some parts to the book I thought were genuinely really funny (not the torture porn). Like when he starts freaking the fuck out over buying a box of cereal with an expired coupon, running down the street screaming and wearing his coat like a cape.

Or when he starts making weird sex noises into the phone while calling random women, and jerking off to their fright/confusion until one woman says in a completely deadpan manner "What do you want, dad?" and he goes completely flaccid.

Or when he flips out over some pizza he hates, but starts talking about how great it is when Trump says he likes it.

It's such a weird book.

The way that long parts are written about tedious, shallow, yuppie bullshit that the reader is likely to care equally as little about as anyone in the book, only for Bateman to say something creepy in the middle of it (which might just go unnoticed because of how boring everything else he says is) is kind of interesting as a way to put the reader in the book.

The Welcome to the NHK book is pretty strange as its basically a story about a cow.

While its played for laughs in the anime and Manga, Satou's crippling anxiety, neurosis , degenerate lifestyle and pedophilia is represented as depressing in the book. It's pretty fascinating how all three of the adaptations of this story are radically different despite having the same premise and author. That alone is pretty jarring.

I'd recommend all three since I can't really decide which on which is the best. One ends on an optimistic note, one on a grimdark note and one on a realistic(?) note but none of them are really wrong in their message. Of course, all three could be construed as grimdark depending on your perspective.
I'd say I've lost track of the number of times I've mentioned that book to someone who'd seen the anime or read the manga and they'd be utterly floored by there being a book, but it was only like five.

still. I'm a bit surprised NOBODY I know has read the book.
 
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The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum fits the thread theme of an interplay of sex and violence, featuring a sadistic alcoholic woman who lures teens into her home with loose rules and access to beer.

A Child Called It is an apparently true recounting of the author's severely abusive childhood. It has actually been both called fake and defended as true by different members of his family.



Of course it did. :story:
Learning that "The Girl Next Door" is based on an actual horrifying crime is really heartbreaking.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Sylvia_Likens

Also made for a solid movie with Ellen Page as the girl, before Ellen Page morphed into the obnoxious 5-Head Dyke she is today.
 

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I love reading right-wing 'patriot' books, they're usually violent masturbatory Walter Mitty fantasies about the author's Mary Sue self-insert fighting the evil government/UN/Jews/NWO.

A couple of my favorites:

Patriots: Surviving the Coming Collapse
by James Wesley, Rawles (he puts a comma in his name like that because he's both a sovereign citizen and a Christian Identity follower): The UN rigs the US economy to collapse, invades the US with foreign (mostly African) troops, militias rise up and drive them out (committing hundreds of war crimes, including using VX gas to wipe out whole cities full of 'Godless liberals'), in the end America becomes a Christian theocratic police state that burns Jews, atheists, liberals, and 'heretics' (Catholics and Mormons) at the stake. That's seen as a good ending.

Enemies Foreign and Domestic
by Matt Bracken: The ATF stages a false flag sniper attack on the Super Bowl to get all guns banned, militias rise up against the government, the government declares martial law and establishes the North American Union. That's just in the first book, there's like six of them.

Unintended Consequences by John Ross: The usual. Government gun ban, militias rise up, ambush UN convoys, etc. Gave birth to the minor meme 'time to feed the hogs', referring to a guy who kills government employees and feeds their bodies to his pigs. You occasionally see someone quote it on Fudd gun boards like The High Road and The Firing Line.
 

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I love reading right-wing 'patriot' books, they're usually violent masturbatory Walter Mitty fantasies about the author's Mary Sue self-insert fighting the evil government/UN/Jews/NWO.

Enemies Foreign and Domestic
by Matt Bracken: The ATF stages a false flag sniper attack on the Super Bowl to get all guns banned, militias rise up against the government, the government declares martial law and establishes the North American Union. That's just in the first book, there's like six of them.
Read two of the sequels, and wow, they are hilarious in their masturbatory hatred of the evil liberal gubmint.

The second book follows up on the government taking away guns with letting Mexico take back a sizable portion of the US, calling it Aztlan, essentially a reverse Reconquista. The US government is depicted as being run by spineless cucks (often literally for the latter), homosexuals are depicted as predatory deviants (though the fact one couple tries to force their son to do a prototype of trooning out is oddly foreshadowing of IRL events), and the plot ends with two assholes, one of which is hopped up on drugs and fucks the other to death, which is depicted heroically (granted, one of said assholes did rape the heroine of the book prior).

The third is really fucked up, as it depicts a grotesque parody of Barack Obama trying to whore out the country to foreign mercenaries (a plot point that just drops off the plot itself for some reason after a certain point) and is revealed to be a mustache twirling commie trying to further fuck up an already fucked up country.
 
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Read two of the sequels, and wow, they are hilarious in their masturbatory hatred of the evil liberal gubmint.

The second book follows up on the government taking away guns with letting Mexico take back a sizable portion of the US, calling it Aztlan, essentially a reverse Reconquista. The US government is depicted as being run by spineless cucks (often literally for the latter), homosexuals are depicted as predatory deviants (though the fact one couple tries to force their son to do a prototype of trooning out is oddly foreshadowing of IRL events), and the plot ends with two assholes, one of which is hopped up on drugs and fucks the other to death, which is depicted heroically (granted, one of said assholes did rape the heroine of the book prior).

The third is really fucked up, as it depicts a grotesque parody of Barack Obama trying to whore out the country to foreign mercenaries (a plot point that just drops off the plot itself for some reason after a certain point) and is revealed to be a mustache twirling commie trying to further fuck up an already fucked up country.
This sounds like the best libertarian fanfiction ever.
 
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