The chilling movie we could not forget . . .
The Exorcist changed popular culture forever.Forty years ago, the movie that was based onWilliam Peter Blatty's runaway #1 bestseller—agroundbreaking story of faith and supernaturalsuspense—held audiences captive. Now this specialedition commemorates the 40th anniversary of the iconic film that paved the way for the entire genrethat followed it: the unforgettable The Exorcist.
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The author writes in a simple, rolling narrative without excessive attention to detail. This keeps the pace even throughout and the reader absorbed.Read Full Review of The Exorcist
...the writing just flows so well, anything added is completely undetectable. Bottom line: highly recommended…if you dare….Read Full Review of The Exorcist
I definitely recommend this book to horror fans who love the classics. I can’t actually say I found the novel to be scary, though that may be due to reading it years after seeing the movie repeatedly. All of the scares had been revealed, and there weren’t any in the book that didn’t make the film.Read Full Review of The Exorcist
So to conclude, the book is very well written, and very easy to immerse yourself into. I also think that, for those of you not particularly fond of being scared, that the psychology and conflict set up between science and religion might be interesting enough to get you past the horror scenes!Read Full Review of The Exorcist
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