American Psycho

In "American Psycho" Bret Easton Ellis (1964) holds up a merciless mirror image to the ego culture of American yuppies. The life of the extremely wealthy Patrick Bateman, who is bored by his own blasé attitude, is only inadequately filled by his visits to gyms, nail or tanning salons, gourmet temples or in-clubs.

The frustration of the novel's main character is vented in cruel and meticulously planned murders.

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