By Bret Easton Ellis
The debatable novel a couple of good-looking serial killer who strikes one of the younger and classy in Eighties long island.
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Once in the basement, he went immediately to the fuse box. It didn’t take him long to find what he was looking for. The fuses for the forty-third floor. He wondered briefly why the building was named after the Chambers National Bank when they only occupied part of one floor. He hoped this was the floor he needed. That was where the checks had been addressed to, and later not addressed to. Be best if it’s done in the dark. Mama Hodap’s voice, sweet as sugar, rolled around in his head. Unscrewing the fuses, he thought about the two hundred dollars in his pockets and wondered if that would have changed anything.
His eyes quickly followed the twisting rope to a vent in the ceiling. Steiner’s shoe met his nose this time. He heard it pop and saw flashes of purple. ” Chambers laughing—lecherous and guttural. Myron threw himself toward the open window. ” Steiner shouted. He sounded terrified or ecstatic. Myron thought maybe the vent gave a little bit. He timed his next push for when Steiner came at him with the shoe again. It met him on the ear with a buzzing roar and he threw himself out the window, felt the air kiss his sweaty skin, heard a crumbling and a clanking and started his descent.
How could he help him? This man was one of the fallen. There would be no rising. The man pulled himself along until he reached the elevator. Myron continued to watch him. The man seemed to notice Myron for the first time. ” Down there in the alley he was buddy. Apparently he was mister up here. The man on the floor gagged and strings of blood ran from his mouth. ” He wiped blood from his mouth with the back of his hand and then held it up to the button to demonstrate how he couldn’t reach it. Myron took a couple of steps toward the button and reached over the man to press it.
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis