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American Psycho Patrick Bateman Is Twenty Six And He Works On Wall Street, He Is Handsome, Sophisticated, Charming And Intelligent He Is Also A Psychopath Taking Us To Head On Collision With America S Greatest Dream And Its Worst Nightmare American Psycho Is Bleak, Bitter, Black Comedy About A World We All Recognise But Do Not Wish To Confront.


About the Author: Bret Easton Ellis

Bret Easton Ellis is an American author He is considered to be one of the major Generation X authors and was regarded as one of the so called literary Brat Pack, which also included Tama Janowitz and Jay McInerney He has called himself a moralist, although he has often been pegged as a nihilist His characters are young, generally vacuous people, who are aware of their depravity but choose to en Bret Easton Ellis is an American author He is considered to be one of the major Generation X authors and was regarded as one of the so called literary Brat Pack, which also included Tama Janowitz and Jay McInerney He has called himself a moralist, although he has often been pegged as a nihilist His characters are young, generally vacuous people, who are aware of their depravity but choose to enjoy it The novels are also linked by common, recurring characters, and dystopic locales such as Los Angeles and New York



10 thoughts on “American Psycho

  1. says:

    jason, an old high school buddy, knew i was in manhattan for a few nights and asked to meet up for dinner fuck it, i m a sentimental guy, and it s nice to catch up even with a wall street douchebag jason told me that lisa, another old friend, would be joining here s the conversational breakdown at dinner 20 minutes comparing features on their new blackberries.40 minutes the ...


  2. says:

    UnholyShite This may be the only book I ve rated 5 stars that I have NO intention of EVER reading again Ever After finishing this, I was forced to wait until my brain had cooled down and re congealed before I could cogitate sufficiently to put my experience with this novel into words And yet, even after almost 36 hours have ticked by, the only word that...


  3. says:

    I actually read this book a few years ago, but I stumbled across the Goodreads reviews of it, and felt I needed to add my voice, because it is such a difficult piece of lit in a lot of ways,and honestly, it probably isdeserving of a thesis paper than of a measly little review on Goodreads American Psycho is a brilliant book Genius It will no doubt deservingly be remembered as Bret Easton Ellis s masterpiece, his tour d


  4. says:

    another update incorporating comments about BEE s latest novel apparently he s still at it Before we start a quote by Norman Mailer about Bret Easton Ellis How one wishes this writer was without talent People think the pages and pages of descriptions of hacking and chopping up women are ironic Well, in one sense they are, but in another sense they aren t People who like this book should ask themselves why they want to read pag


  5. says:

    This book shocked me Though not for any of the reasons I might have expected.Not shocking fact 1 This book is about a psychopath.Yes, how very astute of me I hadn t seen the movie before I picked American Psycho up, but most people who know a bit about books know a bit about Patrick Bateman Despite this book not being very old, Bateman has a certain infamy amongst fictional serial killers and psychopaths He is so wholly devoid of mora


  6. says:

    THIS IS FULL OF SPOILERS FULL TO THE BRIM THESE ARE SOME MUSINGS THAT IN NO WAY RESEMBLE A BOOK REVIEW YOU CAN READ IT, BUT I AM TELLING YOU STRAIGHT UP THERE WILL BE SPOILERS actually, it s not that bad.paul bryant recently reviewed revised his review of this book hi, paul bryant and i read it and the dozens of intelligent remarks his negative review sparked,both pro and anti this book, and there isn t anything i can add to the discussion th


  7. says:

    This book is TRUE I live on an island of bankers, investment brokers and trust company lawyers and all of them are drunken, mad psychopaths with Jack Nicholson laughs and a propensity for getting into a lot of trouble at weekends.They drink and they snort and they screw and they sail and they make loads of money and every now and again some of them disappear never to be heard of again The women, the secretaries and admin staff come out from the UK hu


  8. says:

    Loved this book One to give me a book hangover Didn t want it to end.Always loved the film and the book is really not far off I felt the referencing to brand names was a bit OTT but I totally understand why it was being done Just bored me after a while and I just skimmed over those description parts.Dark masterpiece Very gruesome and descriptive sex violence scenes It was difficult to read at some parts.Also, any sort of animal cruelty leaves me feeling sick


  9. says:

    I don t usually bother giving negative reviews here, but I feel it s time to nail my colours to the mast and identify a few problematic titles Problem 1 American Psycho.It s funny how many people qualify their glowing reviews of this book with the words I didn t enjoy it but, as if it contained some bitter but necessary medicine Maybe I m old fashioned, but I would have thought even a disturbing book, movie, song or painting should at least be enjoyable on some leve


  10. says:

    This book blew me away First of all, you have to be prepared to be let into the mind of a psychopath That entailsthan murder, which a lot of people reviewing this book completely miss Watch out for these two types of brainless reviews Its worth the boring stuff for the violence or It s misogynistic And about murdering people You like that I know it s not standard, but a protagonist CAN be a villian If you think experiencing or creating something makes you an advocate of it,


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