I couldn't stop listening. The author twists elements of his own life and experience into a bizarre and disturbing phycological horror story. Through most of the book, one is not sure if the "monsters" are real or just in the mind of a very messed up character. In fact, at times I wanted them to be real just to ease the creepiness that comes from empathizing with a character who is so lost.
I don't know how well this narrator would do with another genre, but for this book, he was perfect!
I hope Audible can snag a few others by Ellis. I'd love to listen to Less Than Zero and American Psycho.
This is one of the most entertaining books I have downloaded. Never slow, always funny and extremely well narrated. Fischer Stevens is so good I immediately looked for other books he has narrated.
I've since listened to a few others by the same author and so far, this is the best.
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