Lunar Park

Lunar Park

Paperback Vintage Contemporaries

By (author) Bret Easton Ellis

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  • Publisher: Random House Inc
  • Format: Paperback | 400 pages
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 200mm x 28mm | 322g
  • Publication date: 29 August 2006
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0375727272
  • ISBN 13: 9780375727276
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 412,780

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'Lunar Park' confounds one expectation after another, passing through comedy and mounting psychological and supernatural horror toward an astonishing resolution - about love and loss, fathers and sons - in what is surely the most powerfully original and moving novel of an extraordinary career.

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Bret Easton Ellis is the author of Glamorama; The Informers, a collection of stories; American Psycho; The Rules of Attraction; and Less Than Zero, all of which are available in Vintage paperback. He lives in New York City.

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"Addictive. . . . Sublime. . . . Exquisite. . . . Stirringly executed. . . . A phantasmagoria of love and loss, a fusion of hallucination and wisdom."-"The New York Times" "The deftness with which Ellis handles an entertaining and suspenseful plot, as well as a sophisticated play between truth and fiction, real selves and imagined selves, is impressive. "Lunar Park "is not only enjoyable and consuming, but insightful."-"San Francisco Chronicle" "John Cheever writes "The Shining," . . . A strange triumph. . . . Here is a book that progresses from darkness and banality to light and epiphany with surprising strength and sureness."-Stephen King, "Entertainment Weekly" "A mesmerizing read. . . . Genuinely frightening. . . . "Lunar Park" is a story about the momentous pain parents inflict on their children. . . . The worst violence is internal and emotional, and in its beautiful closing pages, this rich, deceptively complex novel argues that's the most damaging violence of all."-"The Miami Herald"