The rules of attraction

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Simon and Schuster, 1987 - Fiction - 283 pages
12 Reviews
Set at a small New England college, this exploration of romantic entanglements revolves around a curious love triangle involving Lauren, a fickle coed; Paul, a passionate bisexual; and Sean, a cynic

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Review: The Rules of Attraction

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

Bret Easton Ellis' books always remind me of a very simple saying: "There are always three sides to a story. Your side, their side and the truth." This is not the first time I read "Rules of ... Read full review

Review: The Rules of Attraction

User Review  - Kaitlyn - Goodreads

Total "meh" of a story. Can something happen already!? I'm 3/4 in and I'm sorry but that's all the time I have to offer here. I need a story with a point. This book reminded me a lot of Snuff in terms ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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