E.G. Wolverson is an independent author, casual critic and part-time lawyer. His first novel, The Tally, briefly became a cult hit amongst British diesel-downing students, while his children's e-book, Supersize vs Superskinny Santa, didn't.
There’s no point prevaricating here - the book wins. The purpose of this latest Prose vs Pictures piece is to explain why.
With his novel American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis succeeded in creating a work as deliberately superficial as the characters that drive it. Taking the form of a long monologue delivered by Wall Street yuppie Patrick Bateman, Ellis abandons any sense of narrative or even d...
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