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Mall . A disturbing trip through the mind of a psychopath and his victims I enjoyed the crisp writing of Bogosian and the gritty reality of his suburban landscape The most difficult part of the book for me was t I ve been intrigued by Bogosian as a sort of renaissance man so I ve wanted to read this novel of his for awhile now It predates a bunch of real life American mass killing sprees although it was written after Columbine so for better of for worse it now seems a bit naive in its treatment of one, as if it s trying to tackle a modern problem with old technology I think too he strikes a couple of wrong chords, especially with his portrayal of the attitudes and competencies of the police, who see I ve been intrigued by Bogosian as a sort of renaissance man so I ve wanted to read this novel of his for awhile now It predates a bunch of real life American mass killing sprees although it was written after Columbine so for better of for worse it now seems a bit naive in its treatment of one, as if it s trying to tackle a modern problem with old technology I think too he strikes a couple of wrong chords, especially with his portrayal of the attitudes and competencies of the police, who seem almost like keystone cops in a way that doesn t mesh with the black humor of the rest of the book I like the structure of this book, though short chapters in the point of view of vastly different de ll ,, ll ,, ,.http knizhenjor.com 2013 09 mall Brilliant, amazing, dark, hilarious all those words that describe a book you need to read right now.A detailed review of mine would not give it justice Twelve stars. Best thing about the book THE SHORT CHAPTERS I love short chapters It makes reading a book so much easier Anyway, about the actual story now Loved it The mix of different characters was fantastic and all the added elements such as murder, sex, drugs Highly recommended From The Award Winning Avatar Of Contemporary Urban Theater And Author Of Such Modern Classics As Talk Radio And SubUrbia Comes This Outrageous Novel About Five Suburbanites Whose Lives Intersect In One Violent And Life Altering Night At The Local Mall Mal, A Thirtysomething Speed Freak, Shoots His Mother, Torches His House, And Heads To The Local Mall With A Sack Of Weapons And A Plan For Mayhem Danny, A Voyeuristic Businessman With A Fetish For Young Underwear Models, Is Caught By Mall Security Peeking Into Dressing Rooms At JCPenney Jeff, A Teenager With Existential Troubles, Drops Acid And Departs On A Philosophical Nightmare Donna, A Hungry, Unsettled Housewife, Is On The Lookout For A One Night Stand Michel, A Haitian Immigrant And Mall Security Guard, Seeks Salvation All Long For A Kind Of Satisfaction, And This Longing Leads Them To The Modern Plaza Of Possibility, The Shopping Mall, Where Their Appetites Converge In Explosive Ways Satirical And Provocative, Mall Is An Eye Opening Look At Suburban Life And The Idea Of Normalcy In This, His First Novel, Eric Bogosian Delivers A Dark, Hilarious, And Biting Commentary On An American Culture Fraught With Sex, Drugs, Violence, And Congested Thinking. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I went into this after reading 2 of Eric s other books so I should ve know what to expect Unlike Suburbia and Talk Radio, this was a novel, requiring him to stretch things out a littleIt was short enough for me to not regret reading it, but all the usual wannabe edgy tropes made it a 1.5 Not just one, but two problematic age gap couples The mall as a central location as commentary on consumerism Unnecessary swearing Check, check, and check The only thing that saves this book is the I went into this after reading 2 of Eric s other books so I should ve know what to expect Unlike Suburbia and Talk Radio, this was a novel, requiring him to stretch things out a littleIt was short enough for me to not regret reading it, but all the usual wannabe edgy tropes made it a 1.5 Not just one, but two problematic age gap couples The mall as a central locati First published in 2000, this depiction of a crazed gun rampage showed the direction America was headed.


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