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What Mr. Ellis (the author) has laid before us to grasp is our world, our society, which has made Mr. Bateman what he is.
Ellis is an amazing writer and even in the most violent of scenes, and with his most graphic detail of every movement, Ellis's writing is elegant.
I'm not a writer and think Mr. Ellis is really good at what he does, I just didn't really get this book the way it seems other people did.
Best book I have ever read and its not even close! Highly, highly recommended. If you liked the movie, you will like the book even more.Published 7 days ago by Adam Haas
Decent book that tends to get bogged down at times with over description of triviality which is supposed to reflect the characters mental state but after awhile it becomes overly... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Corey
If you really immerse yourself into this book and work on not being desensitized to the violence that you see or hear about on a regular basis this book is legitimately horrifying. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Soren Weber
It was sick. I felt dirty reading it. I cannot believe so many people loved it. I didnt finish and it drove me crazy that half of the book was just a description of other peoples... Read morePublished 16 days ago by siobhain royce
This book was heavily amplified by watching the movie first. I don't know if this would have been as enjoyable without having the imagery from the movie to go with it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Neal Diamond