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Bret Easton Ellis


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Bret Easton Ellis is also the author of Less Than Zero, The Rules of Attraction, American Psycho, The Informers, Glamorama, Lunar Park and Imperial Bedrooms, and his work has been translated into twenty-seven languages. He lives in Los Angeles.
 
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Awards
World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (2006) : Lunar Park


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Scary Kisses (1988)
Brad Gooch
"No one else has written a book this literate and witty about the modelling world."
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Fight Club (1996)
Chuck Palahniuk
"A great début...Hypnotic, pitiless and told brilliantly."
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Sellevision (2000)
Augusten Burroughs
"Savvy, very entertaining."
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We're So Famous (2001)
Jaime Clarke
"Imagine Britney Spears narrating The Day of the locust as a gentle fable and you'll get the idea."
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Lightning Field (2001)
Dana Spiotta
"Dana Spiotta's focus and control and insight are remarkable, this raw, skilful book is revelatory."
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Come Closer (2003)
Sara Gran
"A genuinely scary novel about possession and insanity. Hypnotic, disturbing, and written with such sneering confidence you believe every word."
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Strangers (2003)
Taichi Yamada
"Yamada is amongst the best Japanese writers I have read."
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Twisted City (2004)
Jason Starr
"Jason Starr is the first writer of his generation to convincingly update the modern crime novel."
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Rust and Bone (2005)
Craig Davidson
"These big, riveting stories about tough guys in trouble are the best I've read in a long time from a young writer. There's enough incident, shock and suspense for a dozen books. This collection is filled with stories you haven't heard before."

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