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The centre of the world s Manhattan Victor Ward a model with perfect abs and all the right friends is seen and photographed everywhere even in p. Pure disgust for humanity in every single sentenceMight be true in certain ways might be well written but it made me feel subhuman and aggressively angry for weeks I do not see any point in immersing oneself in this kind of violent sex driven hate relationships based on a primitive animal instinct to mate and killI have read many dark accounts of humankind s degeneration but this is just filth And a desire to shock an audience that has heard seen and read it all and thus needs brutal violence complicated sex positions vicious competition to satisfy numb sensesIf this is reality I opt for escapism

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Laces he hasn't been and with people he doesn't know He's living with one beautiful model and having an affair with another one on the eve of op. I might actually have liked this one than American Psycho now that I think about it It s actually kind of a 90 s version of what AP was to the 80 s a sort of indictmentcelebration of materialisticconsumer culture at least at the begining Featuring a main character just as vapid as Patrick Bateman Victor Ward is a male model who spends the first 200 pages going to night clubs and hanging with tons of eually vacant celebrities Ellis s style makes this all pretty funny but then the book takes a total 180 and Victor gets pulled into a world of model terrorists and loses sense of who s who and what s what in a haze of sex and violence This book is just fucking awesome And yes it can definitely be described as Zoolander meets Fight Club

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Ening the trendiest nightclub in New York's history Now it's time to move to the next stage But the future he gets is not the one he had in mind. Glamorama is a twisted disgusting brilliant parody of all that was the early 1990s This book is Valley of the Dolls meets Naked Lunch meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets James Bond Don t think the combination is possible Think again Ellis demonstrates a superb understanding of cultural critiue and is creative enough to satirize with seriousness and hilarity simultaneously If you can get through the first two hundred or so pages of idiotic dialogue another stroke of narrative brilliance really but still hard to wade through you will be rewarded Mid way through the novel the story takes an unexpected and inexplicable turn Truly the twist is never reconciled within the novel and the reader is left feeling literally mind fucked No one is who they appear to be no one works for whom they appear to work sometimes the characters themselves don t even realize it Everyone gets blown up drugged out beaten sodomized and the smell of feces permeates the latter portion of the story which takes place in France coincidence or another cultural critiue I don t understand the confetti I don t understand the camera crews or the many many scripts but am I supposed to The better you look the you see


10 thoughts on “Glamorama

  1. says:

    Pure disgust for humanity in every single sentenceMight be true in certain ways might be well written but it made me feel subhuman and aggressively angry for weeks I do not see any point in immersing oneself in this kind of violent

  2. says:

    Bret Easton Ellis is my literary hero but I don't really recommend him to anyone This is the only Bret Easton Ellis book with a plot; his longest work so far and definitely the hardest book in terms of difficulty to read It's downright disgusting creepy and ugly I'm not even denying it but that's what I normally dig so it works Don't judge me I've Oscar Wilde backing me up 'At first I was confused by what passed for love in this

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    How to put this? GLAMORAMA is many many things GLAMORAMA is one very very long novel; GLAMORAMA is one of those books you

  4. says:

    Cover Story Fashion Models and B class celebrities turned International Terrorists Or Wait Do these plastic explosives match my Armani? Call t

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    Hi Leo Hi Leo Are you seriously gonna do this? Yeah I’ve got a friend who will likely read this whom I’m hoping will find it funny that I’ve done this ahahahah What have you been reading Leo? Stop saying my name It’s creepy I actually

  6. says:

    I might actually have liked this one than American Psycho now that I think about it It's actually kind of a 90's version of what AP

  7. says:

    Glamorama is a twisted disgusting brilliant parody of all that was the early 1990s This book is Valley of the Dolls meets Naked Lunch meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets James Bond Don't think the combination is possible? Think

  8. says:

    if you were to ask my what my favorite work of fiction was on most days I would respond with Glamorama Celebrity fashion models become terrorists Photographs and appearances in the gossip columns of the worlds major newspapers begin to replace

  9. says:

    I read this book like eleven years ago or maybe it was twelve or inevitably even longer in the future I don't remember much about it I remember taking it out of the library it was in the new release section so I only had ten days to read the book I then remember reading part of it sitting at the counter of a coff

  10. says:

    After finishing this book I went to bed and stared at the ceiling for ages just like What the fk? Glamorama is not only a satire of the filmmodelling agency and celebrity culture but also explores the threats of terrorism and surveillance The first third paints a bleak portrait of the 90s high life Victor Ward