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Download Lunar Park Doc â Ã Moneyexpresscard Á Bret Ellis the narrator of Lunar Park is a writer whose first novel Less Than Zero catapulted him to international stardom while he was still in college In the years that followed he found himself adrift in a world of wealth drugs and fame as well as dealing with the unexpected E series of murders that all seem to connect to Ellis’s past Reality memoir and fantasy combine to create not only a fascinating version of this most controversial writer but also a deeply moving novel about love and loss parents and children and ultimately forgivene 2018 is the year where I graduate and become a faux adult or whatever but I'll probably remember it as the year I read the whole bibliography of Bret Easton Ellis Other than Imperial Bedrooms and Informers most of his works seem to work well with me Lunar Park starts as a honest memoir and then turns into a freakshow and then clusterfuck of bunch of random clusterfucks This is his only book written in past tense and it certainly feels a bit deviated from his other works But did I really like this book? I'm not sure It was chaos forced all over the place But again it's Bret Easton Ellis and I'm biased One can call Lunar Park a satire like his other books but it reads like a vague apology with fake nonchalance for American psycho which wasn't necessary anyway Unlike his other books this one does have a plot and things happen in every page and there's not a single boring moment But I'd still pick LTZ over middle aged BEE any given day

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Nexpected death of his abusive father After a decade of decadence a chance for salvation arrives; the chance to reconnect with an actress he was once involved with and their son But almost immediately his new life is threatened by a freak seuence of events and a bizarr Lmao what did I just read This was a complete fiasco This was like if you smushed every Bret Easton Ellis book into one and then added a sprinkle of Stephen King weirdness and timesed the metafiction by 100 Bret was the main character but he was also the writer but he was also interacting with characters from his books who were both real and fictional on very different levels And he was also being haunted by a demon And there was a rabid dog And a lot of themes about being a parent Oh and Jay McInerney was in it tooBasically this book started out really good and then it was a mess but it was a good mess

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Lunar ParkBret Ellis the narrator of Lunar Park is a writer whose first novel Less Than Zero catapulted him to international stardom while he was still in college In the years that followed he found himself adrift in a world of wealth drugs and fame as well as dealing with the u How lonely people make life But also I realized what I hadn't learned from him that a family if you allow it gives you joy which in turn gives you hopeI’m a pretty big BEE fan and I love his cool detached writing style and how all his books are slightly deranged I love how the protagonists are always a bit off – a big part of you detests them a little bit of you feels sorry for them and a tiny piece of you is jealous of the seemingly glamorous lives they live the sex drugs parties dining at Spago with supermodels stuffnot the ax murder Patrick Bateman stuffLunar Park is a bit different because while I felt the expected pity and disgust toward the main character in the beginning of the novel toward the end he made a turn for the better and I found myself somewhat invested in him The story follows an accomplished and somewhat unhinged author named err Bret Easton Ellis as he tries to settle into a “normal life” of marriage and fatherhood The book is semi autographical in that the background of the main character is based on the author’s real life several references to and uotes from BEE’s past novels are cited; but the story itself is mostly fictionalThe satire and social commentary BEE is known for is definitely not missing from the book Whereas his past books commented on the casual drug abuse in the 80s and 90s by social upscale slackers I found it interesting that the most shocking form of drug use abuse? in Lunar Park is by children by prescription But this is just a side note to the main story of Lunar Park which is basically a ghost story And it’s really uite scary – complete with ghosts stalkers poltergeists a demonic Furby like doll coming to life and an appearance of Patrick BatemanOverall there were parts that didn’t seem to fit together uite right and the ending left me slightly confused about certain things but the story kept me riveted It was almost refreshing to read BEE’s writing after having a break from him for so long I hadn’t read one of his books since college and I think he has a truly original voice