Gatsby wants to show off his newfound wealth to his old flame Daisy, and the best way to do that is, of course, to throw a series of fabulous parties. Despite Gatsby' dubious friends—one of whom sports a disturbing pair of human teeth cufflinks—his party lifestyle is more exciting than a double bill of Pimp My Ride and My Super Sweet Sixteen. With jealousy raging, exquisite cocktails, and some spectacular deaths, The Great Gatsby is the quintessential Jazz Age novel. Just watch out for Doctor T. J. Eckleburg and his giant specs.
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: No Exit Press; Reprint edition (Jan. 5 2013)