Brett Easton Ellis. I don't care if there was already a thread
I've read American Psycho, The Rules of Attraction, and The Informers.
The Rules of Attraction is my favorite because it ties up more plot lines and I really like the interlaced narratives. Plus, even without going off to a college, I felt like I knew the characters by the time it was over with. It seems the rest of the books were (even more so) oriented toward the statement and not the characters.
American Psycho was really good too (understatement, I know). The strange thing was that I saw the movie first then read the book then watched the movie again, and when I did that I felt as if I got a complete message.
At first I wasn't too crazy about the Informers but as I think about it I realize it did have its moments. Maybe it was not as universal as it should have been. I am not a rich person living in Hollywood, no, but that has not stopped other novels featuring people whose life was totally different than mine from speaking to me more than this one did.
So let's talk about this shit.