Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Picador Usa
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
Here we go again, me gathering up more bad review karma. When I finally publish my book, I'm gonna get slaughtered with payback I'm sure.I was very excited to dive into Lunar Park when I read about it for two reasons. First and foremost, I wanted to see BEE's treatment of the meta-fiction component ...
Finally a book from BBE which doesn't depend on loving descriptions of dismemberment to make its point. And occasional people with feelings.
What started as a meta-fictional autobiography became a surreal horror novel. The only other book by Bret Easton Ellis I'd read before had been 'Less Than Zero' so I did not catch all of the references before some were explained in-book, others you have to figure out for yourself.The novel begins wi...