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Bret Easton Ellis's writing style is unique and gripping.
Perhaps this is another point of the book (the fact that the characters were also so bored) that it was intended for the reader to feel this way as well?
I just don't like reading about things like that when mainly I want to read a book to get away from those things.
If I hadn't read Ellis' work, American Psycho, I would have said this is a good first try for a budding writer. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kyle A.H.
It's been many months since I read this and I honestly can't remember much about it. It was just not a memorable book. Read morePublished 22 days ago by dmwillis
Fundamentally meh. Existentialist, which can be a real bummer. Violent/gruesome at times, but in kind of an oblique way, as is the protagonist isn't really seeing or feeling it,... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jimmy John Kudrik
Great when I read in college. Has not aged well. Now it meanders. Where it once was charming, it's now overdone.Published 1 month ago by Claude Rains
As I feared, this is "less than zero", for me. All the stereotypes of the drugsaddicted, alcoholaddicted, promiscuous generation of American Westcoast youth in the 80's,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marc L
It was alright. A little too emo and cheesy for me at some points. But I enjoyed the eerie feelings the author evokes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle Altman
It was frosty picture of rich American society. Ellis was so young, but he was able to described teenagers like experienced writer. Good job ðY~.Published 1 month ago by GAB
One of my favorite books. Ellis brilliantly captures the apathetic world of upper class L.A., making you really think about the twisted and dark turn our society has made.Published 2 months ago by Rachel
I loved the movie so on advice from a friend decided to give the book a try. To me this is one time where the movie was much better.Published 2 months ago by S. Bradley