Bret Easton Ellis

3 Bret Easton Ellis Recommended Books

Bret Easton Ellis is an American author best known for his controversial works of fiction, including Less Than Zero, American Psycho, and The Rules of Attraction. Ellis has been praised for his unique voice and vivid and often darkly humorous depictions of 1980s culture. He has also written non-fiction works, including Lunar Park and Glamorama. Ellis' works have been adapted into numerous films and television series.

3 Books recommended by Bret Easton Ellis

Sous Chef

Sous Chef

24 Hours on the Line

Author :Michael Gibney

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"One of the most informative, funny and transparent books about the restaurant biz ever written." - Bret Easton Ellis [Source]

Stoner

Stoner

Author :John Williams

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"It isn't about drugs but it's about everything else..." - Bret Easton Ellis [Source]

Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

Author :Leo Tolstoy

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"If you've never read a novel pick up [this book] and you will have the most intensely jolting and cinematic experience ever." - Bret Easton Ellis [Source]

FAQs

Q1: What kind of books does Bret Easton Ellis recommend?

Bret Easton Ellis typically recommends contemporary works of fiction such as novels, short stories, and poetry.

Bret Easton Ellis has identified his favorite book as The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Bret Easton Ellis is known for his distinctive post-modern writing style which often incorporates elements of irony, satire, and excessive violence.

Bret Easton Ellis has cited that F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, and Chuck Palahniuk have all been influential in his writing.