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"Addictive. . . . Sublime. . . . Exquisite. . . . Stirringly executed. . . . A phantasmagoria of love and loss, a fusion of hallucination and wisdom."-"The New York Times"
"The deftness with which Ellis handles an entertaining and suspenseful plot, as well as a sophisticated play between truth and fiction, real selves and imagined selves, is impressive. "Lunar Park "is not only enjoyable and consuming, but insightful."-"San Francisco Chronicle"
"John Cheever writes "The Shining," . . . A strange triumph. . . . Here is a book that progresses from darkness and banality to light and epiphany with surprising strength and sureness."-Stephen King, "Entertainment Weekly"
"A mesmerizing read. . . . Genuinely frightening. . . . "Lunar Park" is a story about the momentous pain parents inflict on their children. . . . The worst violence is internal and emotional, and in its beautiful closing pages, this rich, deceptively complex novel argues that's the most damaging violence of all."-"The Miami Herald" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The author of American Psycho rips into his most frightening subject yet: himself. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Whilst honing the descriptive horror that American Psycho represents, along with the cad like wit, this novel explores a yearning that represents the struggle to be that person... Read morePublished 4 months ago by edward vernon little
I missed my stop on the tube reading this. It's dark, messed up, surreal and simply brilliant. It never loses its way or disappears up its own arse. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ben Graham
bought this as a present it was requested and very well receivedPublished 13 months ago by alice allabarton
Admittedly this isn't by a longshot my favourite BEE novel. It took me a bit longer to get into and I didn't think it was quite as gripping as some of the others. Read morePublished on 15 Aug. 2013 by Reagar
This is the first Bret Easton Ellis book I have read and, had it not been for the fact I enjoyed the film version of American Psycho, I would not be as earger to read his other... Read morePublished on 12 Jan. 2013 by Reeney
I wonder if Bret Easton Ellis ever logs into Amazon & reads these customer reviews?
If so, I'd like him to know that I the final few pages of Lunar Park moved me to... Read more
Quirky, left of centre parabolic novel that provides a backdrop in part to Bret's earlier live that's fuelled with egotism, narcissism amongst many other proud self-absorbed... Read morePublished on 22 Aug. 2012 by Michael Desmond
this is not a horror novel... it is quite simply a great novel, from a great writer. Yes there are flaws but there are also dizzying heights that other writers never reach. Read morePublished on 5 Nov. 2011 by william