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10 thoughts on “Glamorama

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    Pure disgust for humanity, in every single sentence.Might 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 kill.I have read many dark accounts o...


  2. Supreeth Supreeth 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 world people were discarded because they were too old or too fat or too poor or they had too much hair or not enough, they were wrinkled, they had no muscles, no definition, no tone, they weren t hip, they weren t remotely famous This was how you chose lovers This was what decided friends And I had to accept this if I wanted to get anywhere Does BEE somehow end up being clairvoyant Like he mentions something a lot and those things end up being relevant later Donald Trump becomes president some decades after the release of American Psycho, 9 11 takes place only two years after the publication of Glamorama The first two three hundred pages of the book almost reads like American psycho Replace all the descriptions of brands and bands in American psycho with Models and Hollywood, and a lot of namedropping replace pornographic descriptions of sex with pornographic descriptions of sex, music in background with music in background, violence with terrorism Yuppies with models, late eighties with lat...


  3. Crystal West Crystal West says:

    Cover Story Fashion Models and B class celebrities turned International Terrorists Or Wait Do these plastic explosives match my Armani Call the camera crew We have to go back to wardrobe Reset the timer And.where s my Zanex OMG ummmm yawn This isn t World Weekly News, but a novel that didn t know where or how exactly to end And I m shocked really, because I adore Bret Easton Ellis I also secretly enjoy World Weekly News, which could arguably, at times, be a better read than this novel Maybe he could have used Batboy or those giant army ants that eat giant housewives in rural Texas Something I could connect to, something I could try to care about Still, I think if Bret Easton Ellis were in need of a kidney and we matched I d be down I kept hoping the main character, Victor Ward Victor Johnson potentially two separate people would just die already But this hope occurred for the first time for me on, like, page 50 or so I trudged on in hopes that he they d become less vacuous or maybe get impaled or strangled or blown up or attacked with a chain saw la Patrick Bateman American Psycho style It would have been nice to read about Victor s entrails being spun onto a wheel, the way they did in the middle ages when they d burn trapped rats to dig into people ...


  4. Leo Robertson Leo Robertson says:

    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 tried another Bret Easton Ellis book thinking I d enjoy it Wanted to give the guy another chance Hah Not content with people taking advantage of your meekness IRL, you re now extending the courtesy to books It s too easy for you to dislike me, man You know too much In this one there s a model dude who endlessly list celebs, goes to parties, fairly plotless, affairs, drugs, he sees confetti everywhere, smells shit, is cold, may or may not be a film Oh, cool Well it s not that bad, then If you were gonna try BEE again, better you pick some novella It s 500 pages I ve no idea Oh Well you made it to the end, right Don t listen, don t you start with me on this Okay What You re gonna back out now There s no need to get all riled up Yeah but it s because of your passive aggression that I felt the need to finish this one You re so insecure about ditching bad books I ll work on it Just tell me what this one means so we can move on This guy sees confetti everywhere Why One admission first I didn t ma...


  5. Mike Kleine Mike Kleine says:

    How to put this GLAMORAMA is many many things GLAMORAMA is one very very long novel GLAMORAMA is one of those books you ll probably find on a 500 level English MA course GLAMORAMA is not easy to read and GLAMORAMA is something of a work of genius Now, it may not be as lengthy as say, Adam Levin s THE INSTRUCTIONS or Don DeLillo s UNDERWORLD but GLAMORAMA has so much going on behind the scenes and so much that is ultimately left unexplained to the reader and features so many different characters doing different things and introduces so many different themes and ideas and offers so many instances of writing genius that in the end, it all feels a bit overwhelming a recurring theme in GLAMORAMA.Abstractly, GLAMORAMA is to Bret Easton Ellis writing what FIGHT CLUB is was to Chuck Palahniuk and here, I am not talking plot or characters or success, rather, breadth and scope but also, I feel that it is important to add that Palahniuk s TELL ALL with all its name dropping ness and discussion on celebrity stuff feels like a terribly flawed and less interesting GLAMORAMA but it s also unfair to compare two books that are not that similar in reality And at first, GLAMORAMA feels like it could have been two different books written by two very different authors but GLAMORAMA is one of those stories that feels absolutely and this needs to be emphasized confusing during the read but then, after it is all over, and in reflection, it gradually begins to make sense...


  6. Mimi Mimi says:

    What Did we end up hating each other Did we end up the way we thought we always knew would Did I end up wearing khakis because of that fucking ad This quote sums up what thIS book is about, I think but don t take my word for it because I have no idea what this book is about The brief summary is it s about beautiful people with some celebrity status being careless with their lives and then are surprised when nothing turns out the way they d hoped There s also something about a convoluted international terrorist plot, which I won t even begin to dissect The rest of the book is about these beautiful people lamenting missed chances and lost opportunities So basically a lot of whining, name dropping, and brand name dropping But what is it really about I assume there s to it than what I j...


  7. Eugene Eugene 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 reality Sex and drugs are consumed in mass quantities Bombs go off Ce...


  8. Greg Greg 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 coffee shop that would be soon banning me from being their customer, but that has nothing to do with the book I do remember that the part of the book which I remember reading at the above mentioned counter took place in a boat I liked this book I remember that I remember thinking that it was a let down after the amazing American Psycho which I do not care if you agree or disagree with my opinion about AP, even mentioning this book causes extreme reactions from people I liked it, if you didn t that s ok If you feel the need to froth at the mouth about liking or disliking the book take it too another review, I don t feel like being a part of a discussion about the book , and that t...


  9. Roof Beam Reader (Adam) Roof Beam Reader (Adam) 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 again Ellis demonstrates a superb understanding of cultural critique 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 i...


  10. Patrick Patrick 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 was to the 80 s, a sort of indictment celebration of materialistic consumer culture, at least at the begining Featuring a main character just as vapid as Patrick Bateman, Victor Ward is a male mo...