Book Summary of The Exorcist
Regan MacNeil: 'In here. With us'.
The terror begins unobtrusively. Noises in Regan's room, an odd smell, the displacement of furniture, an icy chill. Easy explanations are offered. Then frightening changes start in the eleven-year-old girl. Medical tests shed no light on her symptoms, but it is as if a different personality has invaded the child.
Father Damien Karras, a Jesuit priest, is called in. Is it possible that a demonic force is present in the child? Exorcism is the only answer...
Details of Book: The Exorcist (BSID:8489)
|Author||William Peter Blatty|
|Number of Pages||320|
|Dimensions||7.83 x 5.08 x 0.94 inches|
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This is a really chilling and frightening story.There is nothing more powerful and engrossing than a story about a persons battle with their state of mind and Demons. In this frightening story you have a mother and her 12 year old daughters bond shaken, faced with a state of mayhem immersed in...
It's funny how revisiting a book later in life can be so rewarding. My main reason for choosing to read this again was to refresh myself with the back story of Lieutenant Kinderman as I am about to read Legion for the first time. Having read the Exorcist in my teens, i vividly remember the focus...
The film adaptation of this novel is one of my all-time favorite movies. I hesitate to say the book is even better, but this is a fantastic book. Fans of the "The Exorcist" onscreen will find deeper explorations of the characters and the story's theological underpinnings.While the movie "The Exor...
when i was younger my mum wouldnt let me watch the movie as she said it would give me nightmares so i cunningly got my older brother to get this from the library so i could read it. i read it in one night mainly as i was too scared to go to sleep so i just kept reading! this was the first horror...
Stephen King said in Danse Macabre (1981): "... two novels of the Humorless, Thudding Tract School of horror writing are Damon, by C. Terry Cline, and The Exorcist, by William Peter Blatty â?? Cline has since improved as a writer, and Blatty has fallen silent... forever, if we are lucky." However,...
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