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Glamorama: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 33-28, pgs. 1-34 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters 33-28, pgs. 1-34 Summary

Glamorama by Bret Easton Ellis is an interesting book that takes the reader into the world of models, the rich and famous, politics and terrorism. The book is a thriller that is somewhat confusing and hard to understand at points and leaves the reader wondering at the end. But the book is interesting and has the reader wondering what will happen next and how will it end.

The group is camcording a scene in a bar area. JD and Peyton and Victor are discussing the problem of specks. Victor is too concerned with the specks on the paneling to talk to Chloe on the phone. Victor hadn't noticed the specks when he discussed the design with Damien. The club is opening the next evening and Victor is being followed around by a reporter from Details.

Victor wants to know...

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