Imperial Bedrooms

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May 03, 2011 | 192 Pages

Ebook $11.99

Jun 15, 2010 | 192 Pages

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Jun 15, 2010 | 240 Minutes

  • Paperback $14.95

    May 03, 2011 | 192 Pages

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    Jun 15, 2010 | 192 Pages

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Praise

“Hypnotic. . . . A haunting vision of disillusionment, twenty-first-century style.” –People

“This sequel is very much on target. . . . [Ellis] uses the thriller framework to infuse nerve-rending unease into this look at Tinseltown mores. Grade: A-” –Entertainment Weekly
 
“Taut and ultimately terrifying. . . . In six novels, the author has emerged as one of the most gifted and serious novelists working in America today.” —Financial Times

“Enough talk of [Ellis’s] literary genius, let’s call him what he really is: a terrific horror writer. . . . An absolute creepfest [and] a festival of panting paranoia.”–Chicago Sun-Times
 
“Brutally conceived, and effectively done. . . . There is no doubt that Ellis retains the ability to startle and disquiet.” —The Times Literary Supplement (London)
 
“Arrestingly spare . . . will leave you feeling bruised, guarded and a little nervous about noises at night. . . . What you really notice is Ellis’s newfound love of noir. He’s reinvigorated and ready to get mysterious and mean. . . . As ever, Ellis’s details crystallize into elegant remoteness [and] if this is shallowness, the word needs a new definition.” –Time Out New York
 
“In the same staccato prose that made Zero feel frighteningly fresh twenty-five years ago, Ellis paints a creepy L.A.” –USA Today
 
“Its dirty charms are indisputable.” –Playboy
 
“Reading Ellis is a thrilling and strangely voyeuristic experience, [and] you can’t look away.” —Venus Zine

“A page-turning read. . . . Ellis is showing us what has changed in 25 years–not just in his characters or in Hollywood but in America and maybe the world.”–The Oregonian

“Imperial Bedrooms is a quicker, more controlled fire than its predecessor, and, like a good showman, Ellis has learned to save the best of the novel’s many tricks for last. . . . Ellis’s Godfather II, his Genesis story. . . . Devastating.” –The Village Voice
 
“Visceral and often harrowing, Ellis delivers a work that matches such career peaks as Lunar Park and the infamous American Psycho.” –The Examiner

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