Imperial Bedrooms

Imperial Bedrooms starts with a mention of its prequel, Less than Zero by Brett Easton Ellis. It is an observational account of life of the central characters from the previous novel – Blair, Julian and Trent from Clay’s perspective. This is Ellis’s seventh novel and is more relevant to the 21st century surroundings and its impact on human relationships. It looks apparent that Ellis has been obsessed to re-create his characters from Less than Zero in a different light and explore relationships from a more convoluted manner than before. Through multiple cases of story-telling about oneself and others around him, Ellis threads the conscious and the imaginary to utmost effort and delicacy.
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