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Bret Easton Ellis was a mere twenty-one year old when Less Than Zero catapulted him to fame; he produced a number of novels afterwards, including the controversial American Psycho, as well as The Rules of Attraction, The Informers, and finally Glamorama in 1999. Ellis’s first novel in six years, Lunar Park features a narrator named Bret Easton Ellis and a suburban life gone awry following a spectacularly self-destructive literary career. Morphing into a creepy ghost story complete with ectoplasm and murderous plush-toys, this is one book and interview that had readers fascinated.