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American Psycho
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
Now a major motion picture from Lion's Gate Films starring Christian Bale (Metroland), Chloe Sevigny (The Last Days of Disco), Jared Leto (My So Called Life), and Reese Witherspoon (Cruel Intentions), and directed by Mary Harron (I Shot Andy Warhol).In American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis imaginatively explores the incomprehensible depths of madness and captures the insanity of violence in our time or any other. Patrick Bateman moves among the young and trendy in 1980s Manhattan. Young, handsome, and well educated, Bateman earns his fortune on Wall Street by day while spending his nights in ways we cannot begin to fathom. Expressing his true self through torture and murder, Bateman prefigures an apocalyptic horror that no society could bear to confront.From the Trade Paperback edition.
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ReadingOver50
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Went to my favorite used book store today. This is my haul. I spent all my time in the horror section.

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ianreeds
American Psycho (Revised) | Bret Easton Ellis
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Loving this! Brand-dropping has dropped to an acceptable background level. Hope it stays brilliant...

Jeralyn I love that book, such a classic 4w
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PirateJenny
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Pickpick

A very late finish in the #HGPBC. I have seen the movie but was iffy about reading the book. I'm glad I read it though. I put it more in the parody or dark comedy genre than horror. I'm old enough to remember the '80s and the intense name dropping of labels and restaurants makes the ridiculousness of the gore and Bateman's one-upmanship of himself in regards to his killing spot on companions. Recommended with caveats: extreme violence and gore

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Leannr
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This book is trying at times for three reasons. The endless detail given to clothing and their origin, the inedible sounding combinations of food and of course the emotionless descriptions of horror...

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fandom_hellspawn99
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Well this looked like fun so here's my #AlphabetBookishQuiz @RealLifeReading 📚🖍

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Taylor
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I never expected it, but this is genuinely the funniest novel I‘ve read. It had me laughing—out loud!—for pages on pages. The book is a total absurdity, so I think you have to read it with that sensibility to get the humor.

Otherwise, there is so much to unpack, with all the repulsiveness. But Ellis taps into a strange, dark side of consciousness (different for every person) with such deftness—his ability to do this so well is unsettling.

batsy Nice review of what seems to be a very polarising book! But I loved it too for the reasons you stated. 1mo
keithmalek I found it to be unreadable. It's like reading a fashion catalouge. 1mo
BarbaraBB I still need to read it. 1mo
Taylor @BarbaraBB It‘s so good! 1mo
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Caroline2
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This book proper freaked me out when I read it when I was 17! 😱 #runforyourlife #beatlemaynia

Eggs Yeesh no doubt 😳😳 2mo
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LokiDokey
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Here are my banned books for the #24B4Monday challenge. I won't be starting until later today because I just got home from my shift (I work overnights) and I'm going to bed now, but I have the weekend off so I'll be able to make up time later 😍
@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65 @Clwojick @RadicalReader

TheReadingMermaid Woo! Better late than never right? 2mo
Clwojick Can‘t wait to see what you think of the Handmaids Tale 💚 2mo
Andrew65 Good choices. 😊👏 2mo
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Taylor
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis

A young girl, a freshman, I met in a bar in Cambridge my junior year at Harvard told me early one fall that “Life is full of endless possibilities.” I tried valiantly not to choke on the beer nuts I was chewing while she gushed this kidney stone of wisdom, and I calmly washed them down with the rest of a Heineken, smiled and concentrated on the dart game that was going on in the corner.

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reading_rainbow
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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💀 this one has been on my list for a while now, very excited about finally starting it 💀

•Edit• ok so it‘s taken longer then i thought to finish, tho the horror is so over the top, almost cartoonish and not anatomically possible to be too unbearable, it is still disgusting. the superficiality, tho satirical, is at times exhausting.

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Billypar
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#Invisibletouch #anglophileapril
I can't think of Genesis, Huey Lewis, or Whitney Houston without one fan coming to mind. In the film, Bateman shares his critical insights on these artists with his soon-to-be victims. But the novel has entire chapters of just his analysis, with no other context. The effect is very different: you get more insight into his psychology and how his 'deep thoughts' on art are entwined with commercial success.

Cinfhen I might have to read this book one day!!!! 3mo
Mdargusch This is a good one! 3mo
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emilyhaldi This book scared the shit out of me 3mo
Billypar @Mdargusch @emilyhaldi I read it over a decade ago, and it remains the most brutal and disturbing thing I've ever read. @Cinfhen be forewarned! 3mo
Reviewsbylola Pat Bateman is one of my faves. I will never hear Sussudio without thinking of him. 🙌🏻🙌🏻 3mo
Billypar @Reviewsbylola Yup- ditto 'Hip to Be Square' 3mo
batsy I'm the same, can't think about their music without thinking about Bateman 😂😭 3mo
Billypar @batsy Thankfully it's not every song. In the case of Huey Lewis, 'Power of Love' still belongs to Back to the Future, and several others to long car trips on family vacations growing up (my dad was a big fan 😁) 3mo
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JacqMac
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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I‘m having a hard time reviewing this one. Yes, it‘s disgusting. But it‘s also disturbing in a good way. I found it horribly boring. But it‘s genius. I am left with many questions. It really made me think. Which I believe is it‘s purpose. Can it be both one of the best books I have ever read and also one of the worst? Because that‘s where I‘m at with it.

LauraJ Same, lady. Same. 3mo
WhatWouldJaneDo That's probably the best summary of this book I've ever seen. So many conflicting feelings! 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Love your review! 3mo
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ephemeralwaltz Sameee 3mo
Taylor Ditto on the genius part. 1mo
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JacqMac
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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I‘m still working my way through. Not too disgusted yet. But why do I have to know the brand name of every single thing? And why do I have to read endlessly about everyone‘s clothes? I might be skimming those parts. I‘m worried that I‘m going to be bored before I even get to be disgusted. lol

Jeralyn The disgust is yet to come then, don't worry you'll know when it's there😂 3mo
Bookgirl Isn‘t this set in the 80s? That would explain the label dropping! 3mo
JacqMac @Jeralyn 😂 3mo
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JacqMac @Bookgirl Yes. And that would explain it. It is very preppy. But there‘s just so much. 3mo
MicheleinPhilly I hated this book for many reasons but the constant brand name dropping was definitely one of them. I had the same issue with Crazy Rich Asians. 3mo
JacqMac @MicheleinPhilly I haven‘t finished it yet, but I have already discovered many reasons to hate it. Lol 3mo
Taylor It works because it‘s written in first person and that‘s Bateman‘s voice. That‘s the way he thinks! 1mo
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JacqMac
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Love it or hate it, it seems that a lot people feel this is the most disturbing book ever. How can I not read it after knowing that? 😂 #libraryhold

TrishB It is one of the most disturbing I‘ve read definitely. 3mo
Buechersuechtling Oh, shall it be❓ Okay. It‘s on my list anyway. But now I‘m curious to see what you post about it. 3mo
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vivastory
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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#EasyLover lyrics by Phil Collins & Philip Bailey
"Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual..."-Patrick Bateman
#AnglophileApril
@Mdargusch @Reviewsbylola @emilyhaldi @Cinfhen

Cinfhen Ha!! This made me snort 3mo
julesG @Cinfhen me too. 3mo
batsy Perfect 😂 3mo
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Mdargusch Love this! 💙 3mo
JackOBotts Ahhhh! 💜 3mo
emilyhaldi Yes!! 3mo
Reviewsbylola Every time I hear Sussudio, I think of Pat Bateman! 😆 3mo
gradcat Right! Here‘s another character who works for a lot of prompts! 😂 3mo
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gradcat
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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#marchintothe70s

(Day 5 - #PsychoKiller)

“Psycho Killer, qu‘est-ce que c‘est? Fa fa fa fa fa...”

Talking Heads. Are. My. Favorite. Band. Ever!!

Lizpixie This book is also seriously disturbing! 4mo
TSellers Just one more chapter on Genesis and...........🤪 4mo
Cinfhen I‘ve been warned by @TrishB and she‘s one tough chick 🐥 that this book is brutal 4mo
TrishB @Cinfhen as @Lizpixie says - seriously disturbing! I found it a very unpleasant read....to put it mildly. 4mo
gradcat @Lizpixie @TSellers @TrishB @Cinfhen The movie is a LOT worse...just saying....😂 4mo
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fandom_hellspawn99
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#MarchIntoThe70s @Cinfhen @Lizpixie

When I listen to #PsychoKiller I can't help but think of this movie 😁 mostly since its a French film and there's French in the song

Lizpixie Nice choice👍 4mo
Cinfhen Love how songs “speak” to each of us so differently - 4mo
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GripLitGrl
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Cinfhen I‘ve heard the book & movie is horror worthy 😬 4mo
gradcat Both are absolutely horror-ful! 😱 4mo
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Reviewsbylola
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#moneycitymaniacs #timbittunes

I can‘t think of anyone that fits this hashtag better than Patrick Bateman. I can‘t get enough of the dude. The book is fabulous, the movie just as good . . . both are definitely among my favorites. It‘s time for a reread for sure.

In fact, if anyone‘s open for a buddy read, let me know! Maybe beginning of May?

TrishB No, no, no 😁😁😁 runs away and shuts door! 5mo
UglyOldBat Love love love both the book and movie! 5mo
Jeralyn American psycho is one of my favorite books by far!!! 5mo
Cinfhen Haven‘t read the book and I‘ve only seen parts of film.... I‘ve heard it‘s VERY VIOLENT!!!!!! 5mo
TheKidUpstairs Haven't read or seen the movie. I don't think it's for me! 5mo
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WanderingBookaneer
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Readergrrl Just fell down this rabbit hole! What a list!! I‘ve read some of these and whole-heartedly agree!! 5mo
RiaWritten Great list! But like...why is that person so disturbed by the last scene in The Grapes of Wrath?? 5mo
Readergrrl @RiaWritten I thought that too, but I‘ve never (I‘m embarrassed to admit) finished Grapes of Wrath so I‘m really bewildered. 5mo
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Reviewsbylola Patrick Bateman ♥️ 5mo
RiaWritten @Readergrrl I HAVE finished the book. In high school. I thought the ending was gorgeous. Sad, but hopeful. 5mo
julesG @Reviewsbylola I only saw the film, which I loved. Well, what does that say about me? 5mo
Reviewsbylola It‘s a great movie!!!! Just as good as the book, imo, and we all know how rare that is. @julesG (edited) 5mo
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Bibliophilia
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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nudibranch I'm sorry, but your "Sunday mood" being "American Psychopath" had me snort with laughter at the thought that you might be peacefully contemplative of axe murder. ? 5mo
Bibliophilia @nudibranch Haha you have a good sense of humor 😀 5mo
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gradcat
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1. American Psycho - We can argue over the book, but that cover - wow 😲
2. I will probably spend Feb 14 with you guys, if that‘s okay 📖
3. I guess I‘d have to say institutional green, which kind of looks like snot (hate to be offensive here) 🤧
4. Davilyn (combining David + Jacquelyn) 😱

#friyayintro

AnneCecilie ❤️ 5mo
Cinfhen Ha!! Love your answers!!!! 5mo
greenhairdontcare I‘ve never heard of Davilyn before! Did your parents make it up themselves or did they hear it from somewhere? 5mo
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gradcat @greenhairdontcare (Ha! I love your handle!!) Davilyn is formed by combining the first names of my parents. I‘ve never heard it before, and I don‘t think they had either, which is probably why, in the final hour, they chose Minette instead. I have to say, Davilyn is pretty unique...wonder if my life would‘ve been different...😂 5mo
greenhairdontcare @gradcat Haha, thanks! That‘s pretty cool in its own way. Minette is a cool name as well!!! I‘m just Emma...not at all unique. 😂 But, I still like it. 5mo
gradcat @greenhairdontcare But Emma has such beautiful literary history, plus I think it‘s a beautiful name ❤️ 5mo
greenhairdontcare @gradcat Awww thanks. ☺️ 5mo
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Alfoster
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1. Too misogynistic and graphic (and I‘m usually ok with dark)!
2. Eat at home as I‘m retired.
3. When I was in high school in a synchronized swimming show, on opening night my bathing suit strap broke and my top came off in the water. I was mortified!😳😫
4. Any Hawaiian scent
5. Blue Drowning

CouronneDhiver Yikes 😳 That‘s a bad one (3) 6mo
Alfoster @CouronneDhiver Yep! Took me a long time to get over that. I kept thinking “which of these kids have seen my boobs?” I can laugh now!🤪 6mo
CouronneDhiver Haha! 👍🏽 6mo
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Juslilohme
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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And so it begins.

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Elfylucille
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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At times, this book was incredibly difficult to stomach. And yet, I kept reading. Something about it was really compelling. I‘m surprised at how much I liked it by the end. It‘s much more intense and violent and disturbing than the movie though.

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donnamartinreads
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Probably my favorite book of all time. I‘ve had this copy so long that the pages are yellowed. It might be time for a reread.... #breteastonellis #americanpsycho

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LiterRohde
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“...we‘d make omelets and noodles tossed with olive oil and truffles and porcini mushrooms; we‘d make soufflés with poached pears and cinnamon fruit salads, grilled polenta with peppered salmon, apple and berry sorbet, mascarpone, red beans with arrozo wrapped in romaine lettuce, bowls of salsa and skate poached in balsamic vinegar...”

#QuotsyDec18 | 18: #Skate

?: Made with Typorama

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TheReadingMermaid
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Mehso-so

Great book, but I wouldn't really recommend this book because of the extremely graphic scenes and apparently obvious tendency to piss people off for one reason or another.

Please read my full review here:
TamaraTheReadingMermaid.weebly.com
Or you can watch my review on YouTube here:
https://youtu.be/a1WwzH-O9GM

#HGPBC #TeamCthulhu
@MaleficentBookDragon @jillannjohn @PirateJenny @InBooksILive

Beckys_Books Totally agree! 7mo
Victoriahoperose Patrick Bateman is such a complex character because he seems solidly sociopathic, but an interesting comparison was made to me between this book and The Great Gatsby between materialism and obsession with the finer things in life as well as living a life of wicked intent. I found that interesting when I read this and it changed my opinion 😊😊😊 7mo
TheReadingMermaid @Victoriahoperose completely agree with you 7mo
InBooksILive I struggled with reading thru some of the scenes in it. Bateman is just straight effed up. It was a tough book, that's for sure. 7mo
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Valeka
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1: Patrick Bateman from American Psycho.
2: Go bald
3: Equality for all people
4: Apple - I‘m a sucker for I-anything
5: I Googled a publishing house
6: Separate
7: Over, always over!
#PennyForYourThoughts

nu-bibliophile Thanks for playing 😉 7mo
AmyG Ha! Like minds. I picked the same for #1. 👊🏻And on second reading....I could be you. 😳 (edited) 7mo
Valeka @AmyG Yay us!! 😄👍🏼 7mo
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GripLitGrl
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batsy Perfect! 8mo
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TrishB
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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#psychokiller #octoberxfiles
Have read and hated!!

erzascarletbookgasm Perfect pick! 9mo
Cathythoughts I agree @erzascarletbookgasm ! Perfect 👍🏻 9mo
Cinfhen Ive never read the book... way too scared😩 9mo
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TrishB @Cinfhen the excessive mindless violence just made me feel sick. I don‘t mind gory or horror but this unsettled me. I get that was the point.... 9mo
Cinfhen I don‘t get the point of writing such disturbing twisted revulsion for no purpose other than making people so uncomfortable 9mo
Caroline2 This was a disturbing book!! I loved and hated it! Does that make me a psycho?! 😟 😆 9mo
TrishB @Caroline2 along with my hubby! It‘s one of his fav books 🤷‍♀️ 9mo
MicheleinPhilly Ugh. This book was trash. 9mo
Reviewsbylola One of my favorite books. Seems you either love it or hate it. 😂😂 @MicheleinPhilly 9mo
TrishB @Reviewsbylola it‘s one of my hubby‘s too....which is why it‘s still on the shelf 😁 9mo
MicheleinPhilly I knew you‘d chime in @Reviewsbylola! 😂 9mo
Reviewsbylola 🤣🤣🤣 glad I didn‘t disappoint!! Did you see the movie? @MicheleinPhilly 9mo
MicheleinPhilly @Reviewsbylola I did. I think it‘s why I don‘t like Christian Bale. 9mo
Reviewsbylola So you hated the movie too?? I loved it obvs. 😂 @MicheleinPhilly 9mo
Balibee146 Read first 20 pages years ago.... Eurghhhh.... Gave me the pure boak.... Nasty 😨☠️ 9mo
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Boooooks
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Mehso-so

Experienced a rare case of preferring the film in this case I didn‘t see the “dark humour” in the book at all that the film portrays much better for me the book was just way too disgusting. Also so much faffing about I wouldn‘t be surprised if a 1/4 of the book is made up of clothes description I get why it‘s there but it‘s just boring to read about. Also the rat scene!!! 🤮😱!!

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IamIamIam
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Hey Amazon, I know I have a dark sense of humor but I'm not sure this book counts as either entertainment or humor...
@jenniferw88 has Part 2 in Amazon's bad coding! 🤣

TrishB Definitely not! 9mo
Reviewsbylola 😆😆😆 🔪⚰️ 9mo
britt_brooke 😆 9mo
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mcipher Well it‘s kind of a funny book in a super dark way.. 😆 9mo
IamIamIam @mcipher LOL, if you're a music enthusiast? 😂 9mo
mcipher Yes! Or really into business cards and the paper they are printed on. Such a weird book. 9mo
IamIamIam @mcipher You know, the print should really be raised on a business card. It's just good taste. 🙄😂😂😂 9mo
mcipher 😆 9mo
Jilly6183 Maybe if you only saw the movie? This is one of the most graphic, terrifying books I have ever read 😳 9mo
IamIamIam @Jilly6183 I agree. I almost didn't finish it because it was so gross. I've got a really strong stomach too, but an overactive imagination!! Lol, I was totally desensitized to Chuck Palahniuk, though!!! 🤣 9mo
Jilly6183 @IamIamIam Same. the part with his ex and the rat scarred me for life 🤢 And I'm not familiar with Chuck Palahniuk or his book that you tagged, but I'll check it out! 9mo
IamIamIam @Jilly6183 UGH, THE RAT!!!! 🤮🤮🤮 So so so gross. That was where I stopped reading and I decided to go back and skim it. Only read Palahniuk if you've got a strong stomach. That book had a lot of distasteful stuff going on so brace yourself 9mo
IamIamIam @Jilly6183 You should start with this and see if you like his writing style. Then move forward slowly and carefully. LOL, I'd be upset if I suggested something that would disturb you!!! 9mo
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Stephuhhnieee
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This also came in this weekend 😬 but I didn‘t want to post until I had it up!

This is gorgeous, @parttimedomestic ! Thank YOU so much for throwing the giveaway! Congrats once more, and happy reading!

parttimedomestic Oh I‘m so glad you like the shelf! ☺️ Congrats on winning the giveaway, it looks great in your space! 😻 10mo
RaimeyGallant Pretty! 9mo
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InBooksILive
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#TeamCthulhu #HGPBC #HorrorGoesPostalBookClub @TheReadingMermaid @jillannjohn @PirateJenny

@MaleficentBookDragon my book FINALLY came today after waiting a few weeks for it so I will hurry and read it quickly so I can get it sent out to you!

jillannjohn I‘m still reading mine. 😀 Excited to read this one too! 10mo
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Well-ReadNeck
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Gathering the spooky books on my TBR to read in October!!!!

The tagged book is the cover that is hard to see; plain white with a single bloody fingerprint. Yasssss!

Velvetsun Jack Sparks! One of my all time favorites. 💜 10mo
danibolahood So many good reads! Boys life is one of my absolute favorites! 10mo
MrBook Great line-up! 😁👏🏻 10mo
keys_on_fire I haven‘t done this yet, but I intend to. I want to spend October reading creepy things!!! 10mo
Reggie Boy‘s Life one of my all time faves. The Last Days of Jack Sparks was great, hope you enjoy it. 10mo
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InBooksILive
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This is my pick for #HorrorGoesPostalBookClub for #TeamCthulhu !
I am going to be so scared reading this! Haha #HGPBC
@TheReadingMermaid @PirateJenny @jillannjohn @MaleficentBookDragon

jillannjohn Can‘t wait! 11mo
TheReadingMermaid Woohoo!!!! I'm excited! 11mo
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Dallyboy
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis

I will now forever be on the look out for men wearing a triple button wool Armani suit with a white pocket square. Matching slacks. Sterling tie clip holding a cornflower blue tie from polo. Non prescription frames from Burberry and a new Sony Walkman with headphones gently wrapping moose backed hair.

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posierope
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Fourth book of my holiday, about to begin. Oh, the places I'll go!

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plaidchuck
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Pickpick

Ironic and darkly humorous, satirical yet prophetic, violent and explicit, this book encompassed all of these. The book has gotten the most notoriety for its violence and its movie adaptation. Darkly humorous because of the banality of its characters lives, ironic as Bateman flirts with escaping his life, prophetic because you could substitute a few products and its take on consumerism hasn't missed a beat. Dare I say a modern American classic.

MStew I want to read this!!! 11mo
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plaidchuck
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"My life is a living hell," I mention off the cuff, while casually moving leaks around on my plate, which by the way is a porcelain triangle. "And there are many more people I, uh, want to... want to, well, I guess murder."

Loving Bateman losing his sanity more and more as his social circle is oblivious.

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TheBookkeepersApprentice
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My new furry companion Indy checks out my book for Dewey‘s #reversereadathon 🐶😊📖 #deweys24hourreadathon #readathon @DeweysReadathon

JoScho Yay for new dogs!! 🖤🖤🖤 12mo
TheBookkeepersApprentice @JoScho she‘s so sweet! I absolutely love her ❤️ 12mo
JoScho What is her name? Is she a rescue? 12mo
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TheBookkeepersApprentice @JoScho she is a rescue, I just got her last Friday! Her name is Indy and she is a 2 year old terrier mix 😊 12mo
JoScho Yay for rescues!! Love it and duh you said her name in the original post. You know I read somewhere that it is a good idea to change a dog‘s name when they get a new home-a fresh start kind of thing. Maybe you already did though 😊 I have done it with a few of my rescues but not all of them. 12mo
Reviewsbylola A favorite of mine! 12mo
TheBookkeepersApprentice @JoScho I actually didn‘t change her name this time (I did with my previous dog) because I really liked it, but I think she had only had the name about four days (how long she was in the shelter). 12mo
TheBookkeepersApprentice @Reviewsbylola that‘s good to hear! I had a bit of a hard time getting into it at first but now I am finding it really interesting! 12mo
JoScho I think Indy is an adorable name ❤️❤️❤️ 12mo
TheBookkeepersApprentice @JoScho ❤️❤️🐾 12mo
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TheBookkeepersApprentice
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My current read for the Popsugar Reading Challenge! #currentlyreading #popsugarreadingchallenge

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plaidchuck
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Uh oh it's here! Look out yuppies! #noexit

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EadieB
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Pickpick

In American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis explores the depths of madness and insanity of violence in our time. Patrick Bateman is young and trendy in 1980s Manhattan. Bateman earns his fortune on Wall Street by day and murders women by night. Ellis' writing is very graphic and disturbing. He gives us a look into the mind of a sociopath. Patrick Bateman is a sick and twisted person and this book is not for the faint of heart. #americanpsycho #1001books

Reviewsbylola Loved this book so much! 🔪 12mo
EadieB @reviewsbylola good but gory! 12mo
KOTK Took me days to get past the rat bit! Had to leave it alone for a while. Really did give a great sense of his madness. Been 20 yrs since I read. might go back 12mo
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EadieB @KOTK Lot of disturbing parts in this book! 12mo
Velvetfur Oh gosh I read this book so many years ago but it's stayed with me because it's so wonderful! 12mo
Velvetfur Oh and I think Christian Bale did such a good job in the film, what do you think? 12mo
arubabookwoman One of the most gory books I‘ve read. As they say, it was like watching a train wreck: I couldn‘t stop reading. 12mo
EadieB @Velvetfur I think Christian Bale did an excellent job of playing Patrick. 12mo
EadieB @arubabookwoman I have read some gory books and this one is right up there! (edited) 12mo
amb I bailed on this one all the label name dropping was making me insane 12mo
EadieB @amb That was a little crazy but done for a purpose of showing his personality 12mo
Weaponxgirl This is one of the few books I read holding it away from me with one eye closed in certain parts. But it was so well done I couldn't stop 12mo
EadieB @Weaponxgirl Ha Ha! That‘s funny! 12mo
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JoScho
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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Patrick Bateman was always trying the achieve “the look”.
#princeofjuly #ugotthelook

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💜💜💜 12mo
GripLitGrl 👏👏👏 12mo
vkois88 👍👍👍👍👍 12mo
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KellyHunsakerReads
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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What does it say that the blunt, harsh descriptions of sex are harder to read than the vivid, devastating descriptions of murder?

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Ms_T
American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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I had a lot to say about this book! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

TrishB I hated it! And the film 😁 14mo
Laura317 Decapitated coffee! 😂😂eeewwww! 14mo
Ms_T @TrishB I totally get that it‘s not for everyone 😬 14mo
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Ms_T @Laura317 😂😂😂 14mo
tammy_sue Fabulous review! 👍🏻😂 (edited) 14mo
Ms_T @whatshesreadingnow Gosh, thank you! 😊 14mo
TrishB My hubby loves it..... 14mo
JoeStalksBeck Great review! 14mo
Ms_T @JoeStalksBeck Thank you! 😊 14mo
rohit-sawant Great review! 14mo
Ms_T @rohit-sawant Thank you, Batman! 😘 14mo
rohit-sawant @Ms_T 😁🦇 14mo
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