"American Psycho" is the violent, dark satire and modern classic by Bret Easton Ellis about the yuppie and psychopath Patrick Bateman.
Patrick Bateman is on top of the world. He looks good, he is charming, earns good money at Wall Street and always has a table at the most popular New York restaurants. But Patrick Bateman is also a cold, superficial psychopath that kills for pleasure.
Bret Easton Ellis’s "American Psycho" is one of the most read and iconic stories in modern literature. This edition includes a foreword by Irvine Welsh.