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After a good, long run, we have decided to close our forums in an effort to refocus attention to other sections of the site. Fortunately for you all, we're living in a time where discussion of a favorite topic now has a lot of homes. So we encourage you all to bring your ravenous love for discussion to Chuck's official Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram. And, as always, you can still post comments on all News updates. Thank you for your loyalty and passion over the years. These changes will happen June 1.

Is it appropriate to label [U]Fight Club[/U] as Nihilisitc? Does that not imply that Chuck, as an author, does not care about the world, his characters, etc. I think Nihilism is not present in the novel. I feel that Chuck cares immensesly. Thus, he write these novels to show the world just how messed up it really is. We hide behind our latte enemas and khakis, but there is deeper more penetrating problems than consumerism. Chuck takes us on a tour of the horrors of the world in his works. He shows what we could be, should be, or what we want to be. I see his novels as uplifting and inspiring. Do I interpret them wrongly?