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Download Epub Format Î Lunar Park PDF by ↠´ Bret Easton Ellis Bret Ellis, The Narrator Of Lunar Park, Is A Writer Whose First Novel Less Than Zero Catapulted Him To International Stardom While He Was Still In College In The Years That Followed, He Found Himself Adrift In A World Of Wealth, Drugs, And Fame, As Well As Dealing With The Unexpected Death Of His Abusive Father After A Decade Of Decadence, A Chance For Salvation Arrives The Chance To Reconnect With An Actress He Was Once Involved With, And Their Son But Almost Immediately His New Life Is Threatened By A Freak Sequence Of Events And A Bizarre Series Of Murders That All Seem To Connect To Ellis S Past Reality, Memoir, And Fantasy Combine To Create Not Only A Fascinating Version Of This Most Controversial Writer But Also A Deeply Moving Novel About Love And Loss, Parents And Children, And Ultimately Forgiveness
Lunar Park is a bit different, because while I felt the expected pity and disgust toward the main character in the beginning of the novel, toward the end he made a turn for the better and I found myself somewhat invested in him The story follows
This novel could have been really something but it turned into a real dog s breakfast Crap all over the place What a mess Reading Lunar Park was like watching one of those jovial interviews with major serial killers you can find on youtube The reporter is alarmed mortified astonished to find himself quite liking this monster who slaughtered 17 human beings You get this kind of dialogue Hey Jeff, can you explain a little what would be going through your mind when you were drilling holes in those guys heads to make them into sex zombies Oh, you know, pretty much the same that would be going through your mind when you re trying to finish a tricky bit of DIY, John Aw, that so, Jeff Yeah, pretty much, John they laugh ruefully For the first 40 pages, Lunar Park sideswipes you with what appears to be a bizarrely truthf Hear ye, hear ye I am SUCH a liar, you guys I ve always admitted to having read the whole B.
E collection, but have lied This one makes it done Complete I am very VERY much done with Ellis at this point in my life it couldn t have been sooner.
The one striking thing about this one is its description of the fall of the once mythical, once impressive B.
E once famous and rich relevant, he grabs at past glories in a very saddening fashion, grabbing at straws really, trying to relive transplant various episodes of his once victorious and literary career Esp borrows heavily from American Psycho.
This is very lame I ve been curious of where to place this book on the bookshelf Top Shelf Rules of Attraction 1 , American Psycho 2 , Glamorama 3 Mid Level Less Than Zero 4 OR the trash, along