We’re about to explore a list of the “10 Best Dark Comedy Books of All Time.”
Ottessa Moshfegh’s writing delves into life’s uncomfortable corners, offering a raw, unapologetic view.
The book “Slaughterhouse-Five” is a unique book that’s hard to categorize. It explores the themes of war, time, and the absurdity of existence.
The book Bunny is quite a wild ride. It’s set in an exclusive northeastern university.
Meg Mason’s “Sorrow and Bliss” offers a realistic and intricate portrayal of mental illness through the eyes of its main character, Martha.
Approaching a debut novel by a celebrity writer like Richard Osman can be a bit uncertain, but “The Thursday Murder Club” turns out to be a delightful surprise.
At its core, “Yellowface” is a wild blend of genres that delves into the bizarre “friendship” between Athena and June.
Author Luke Rhinehart, it’s rumored, used dice to decide the story’s direction, showing his creative prowess.
The book “Catch-22” seamlessly shifts between humor and tragedy, resembling the comedy/tragedy masks.
A delightful novel “Shiver” is set at a writers’ conference, where a man pretends to be a mysterious writer missing for two decades.
The novel, Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone narrated by Ernest, cleverly unfolds the mystery while adhering to crime fiction’s rules