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I highly recommend this book, because it is a fun reading.
Sometimes the diiferent perspectives of the characters contridicted the other and miscommunications with the conversations were to say the least, really humorous.
This is a book that i am sure to read over and over again, and find something new every time.
This book was my first encounter with Bret Easton Ellis. I had never heard of his "other books" until my sister lent me this along with Less than Zero and The Informers (I... Read morePublished 6 days ago by T.A. Fletcher
I enjoyed the book, darker than I thought it would be having seen the movie.Published 1 month ago by Justin K. Fritts
I stumbled upon Bret Easton Ellis's work after watching the movie adaptation American Psycho. It is my favourite movie of all time, and one of the only movies I can watch over and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JBA
Less Than Zero established Ellis as a spokesperson of Generation X. It was a tale of decadence, narcissism, and life in the Reagan '80s. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cedric Carpenter
Reading this book took me back to my own college days in the 80's; the good, the bad and the ugly days...hahaPublished 3 months ago by Jim Kane
The Audio CD version of this title is done by a cast of voices, not a single narrator. It's exceptionally well-done, and I highly recommend obtaining the spoken word format. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryan Mease
Fantastic book. Better than the movie. I love how it is written.
It is a good read for the 17-29 age group.
Not one of my favorite Easton Ellis books, as it painstakingly describes the worst aspects of college life without including any of the redeeming moments. Read morePublished 6 months ago by violetcherry
The author provides great insight into the fundamental inability of the young to understand each other. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DJ Arboretum