Read Legacy: An Off-Color Novella for You to Color Online Free - IN HIS FIRST LONG-FORM FICTION since Beautiful You in 2014, the New York Times bestselling author of Fight Club and Choke delivers another biting social satire in this riches-to-rags novella! With beautiful colorable illustrations by Steve Morris (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), who worked on Palahnuik's Bait: Off-Color Stories for You to Color, and Mike Norton (Revival, Battlepug), and a cover by another Bait collaborator, Duncan Fegredo (Hellboy), Legacy pushes the readers' boundaries while challenging their creative side through its visionary and twisted colorable imagery.
An amoral investment banker named Vincent receives an inheritance promising immortality. Unfortunately for Vincent, to obtain immortality he has to contend with a flame-retardant stripper, a ruthless stalker, and a bloodthirsty horde of aspiring immortals dead set in their desire to separate Vincent from his destiny.
PRAISE FOR BAIT
"The conceit is a blast. Ingenious...Palahniuk likes to involve his readers, and maybe even have them be co-conspirators...Congratulations once again to Palahniuk for showing us a new way to do things...to make us involved."—Forces of Geek
|Title||:||Legacy: An Off-Color Novella for You to Color|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
December 04, 2017
I liked it. Waiting for Palahniuk to return to the long form, enough with the short stories; likewise, hoping Chuck would atone for that absolute piece of garbage he put out last time, Beautiful You. And happy to say this was a good one.
November 25, 2017
January 20, 2018
The second large format, hardcover "coloring book" that Chuck Palahniuk has released in less than two years, destined to be difficult to find in libraries, second hand bookstores, or digitally, by virtue of what it is, Legacy is ironically destined to be the least well known of all of Chuck Palah...
November 15, 2017
It's Chuck. All of his stories are out there and this one is no different. There is the usual wit and sarcasm that is present in all his work. This one is a bit tamer than his short story "Guts." I like the story and I think it could make an interesting movie if done right. Then there is the colo...
November 16, 2017
I didn’t love this, but I did enjoy it.