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You had to be there; Ellis makes you feel you are. But such satire is a very smart bomb targeting a very large barn. Models' status anxiety doesn't merit Ellis's Tom Wolfe-esque expertise. Glamorama gets better when Victor gets drafted into a mysterious group of model-terrorists who bomb 747s and the Ritz in Paris, wearing Kevlar-lined Armani suits. Oh, they still behave like shallow snobs, pronouncing "cool" as if it had 12 o's. But now when somebody swills Cristal, it's apt to be poisoned, to horrific effect, which Ellis expertly, affectlessly describes. His enfant-terrible debut, Less Than Zero, aped Joan Didion. Now Ellis has grown into a lesser Don DeLillo--and that's high praise. --Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A review by Dr. Joseph Suglia
Ellis's most recent novel, "Glamorama" (1998), is a departure for the author, insofar as it does not merely concern the hollowness... Read more
If you like Brett Easton-Ellis, "Below zero", "The rules of attraction", "American psycho" and "Lunar park" are all better reads.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Three hundred pages of ridiculous exposition punctuated with a pretty awesome 150 page thriller at the end. I love Ellis, but this may be one of his weaker books. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pumpkin Escobar
Ellis is a one of a kind writer, and very talented. This novel is exciting to the point of causing sleep loss. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeffrey Robert Norman
Sour, sarcastic, bitter, loathing yet loving his protagonist . . .
Terrifying in numerous ways - the antihero's vapidness, and what is to become of him. Read more
I enjoyed reading this and was sucked in, but I found the ending confusing. The main character was replaced by a double so convincing that even his sister could not tell, which I... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was exactly what I ordered and more!
Thank you so much!
Such a shame that Barnes and Noble doesn't sell it. Read more
Maybe it's just me but I found this book boring and slow . My least favorite of his novels so far.....shrug?Published 17 months ago by Matthew P. Wineberg