In the sequel to his wildly popular cult classic novel <i>Less Than Zero</i>, author Bret Easton Ellis follows those main characters through their middle-aged lives in his new book <i>Imperial Bedrooms</i>. From the tortured and brutal world of drugs, sex and confusion of <i>Less Than Zero</i>, Ellis continues the journey into the human psyche and what it looks like 25 years later. <i>Less Than Zero</i> explored the uncertainty and fragility of the teenage years; now <i>Imperial Bedrooms</i> reveals that not much changes in middle-age. Can a character really mature with the author?
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