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review The Exorcist 103 free read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB ñ William Peter Blatty Four decades after it first terrified the world William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist is back An extraordina. Curiosity compels you to read this THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS It was kinda hard to decide the rating on this novel If I d think only on the raw reading experience I would say that it was a 3 star materialHowever I had to ponder about the whole additional info and further development of characters compared with my experience with the film adaptation which certainly is one of my favorite horror films So I think that the fairest rating is giving a solid 4 star ratingCertainly due all those deeper details in the original book I think that novel movie make an irresistible combo to doYou watched the film and then you ll appreciate even the extended information that you ll find in the original novel but in matters of frightening well the movie has a clear advantage but don t dismiss the novel so uicklySince may be not the best horror novel that I ve ever readbut certainly the book hassomething to compel you to read it and have it a huge respect to it MOVIE V BOOK DAWN OF POSSESSION I am not surprised if almost any reader has watched the film before reading the novel And my case wasn t any differentI have watched the three film versions Original theatrical The Never Before Seen version and the Extended Director s Cut Any comment that I d make in this review about the film adaptation it will be based on the latest mentioned version the Extended Director s Cut due it s the most complete and also it s the one that I have on Blu ray so it s the one that I have fresh on my mindIt s interesting how the film is generally accepted as the most terrifying movie of all time while the novel doesn t keep that distinction Actually the debate about which novel is the most terrifying of all it s an endless dispute that I m sure the general reading community never would be able to agree in a specific novelWhile the imagination is the best special effects generator I have to admit that it wasn t so shocking to read scenes than in the visual presentation where they are truly scary Even I don t know if there was the choice of words used in the narrative of the book since I think that I d some technical difficulties to visualize some of those scenes if I wouldn t have previous notion of how they supposed to look like thanks to the film PLAYING DEVIL S ADVOCATE So I am still glad of having read the original novel since not matter the film adaptation covered the most important elements of the general storyline the novel indeed gives you enlighting info about the background of the characters even new characters that didn t appear on the movie version and deeper development of many of the scenesOn the film you never have doubt that there is a demon inside of Reganbut in the novel there are plausible scenarios causing suspicions on other characters with the chance of a rational explanation So not so ironically in the same way that you have faith to believe in God well the story reuires of you to have faith to believe in the existence of The DevilThat it s something so curious about many priests in Catholic Church that I understand that there must be an investigation to discard a simpler explanation to some situations but it seems that if you say that you re possessed by The Devil or to the contrary you were witness of the word of God in any case the priests will see you as a perfect nut job to send to some psychiatric asylumSo while the priests are supposed to believe in God it s like they don t want to believe in the existence of The Devil that s it s uite odd since they are both sides of the same religious coin Also some elements in the novel that you may perceive as random in the film version even not clarify enough for really understanding why they are in the story those elements are well developed on the novel and even making ties to the demon inside Regan that you may didn t think about beforeMoreover some reactions and conducts of the characters knowing key info about their pasts you can rationalize better why they are reacting in such ways Even some conversations they are the same in terms of dialogue but the mood of them are perceived in a different way in the book giving some new angles to the dynamics between characters SPEAKING OF THE DEVIL That s exactly what I expect when I decide to read a book original novel or novelization when I already watched the film adaptationSince while I invest only two hours to watch the movie I can invest like a week or to read a novel So if I read just the exact story on the book I think that it would kinda pointless but if I got enough additional infocertainly then it was well invested timeI think that the most effective element on the construction of the story is that you get a lot of arguments and plausible explanations of what it s going on so in some reverse psychology gimmick you get to believe and that Regan is indeed possessed by a demon While in some other novels where they approach the paranormal angle directly the reader tends to accept it without a doubtMaybe you don t believe in The Devil or in God even but don t worrysince you also can say that you don t believe in Jupiter the planet not the Roman god and that doesn t make that that planet isn t out there Many people are atheists until they have to face a demon by themselvesAnd it s not like that I am saying that you have to believe in the Christian God since while I am Catholic my wish is only that all people believe in some higher power that you may name whatever you prefer but believe in something higher than usSince some others may call as unrealistic to believe in gods or higher powersfor me not believing in some higher power I d call it as sadBelieve in God Beware of The Devil Both are real not matter if you believe in them or notGetting back to the book I recommend the novel for any fan of the film and wishing to get a deeper developement on the storyPS Updated Jan 13th 2017I just knew that William Peter Blatty passed away I m glad that I was able to read his most iconic work way before he would die Collins World Wall Laminated Map read this THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS It was kinda hard to decide the Dark Clouds of the Morning raw The Color of Bones reading experience I would say that it was a 3 star materialHowever I had to ponder about the whole additional info and further development of characters compared with my experience with the film adaptation which certainly is one of my favorite horror films So I think that the fairest Enduring The Dominion Saga #3 rating is giving a solid 4 star The Face of the Waters (The First-born of Egypt) ratingCertainly due all those deeper details in the original book I think that novel movie make an irresistible combo to doYou watched the film and then you ll appreciate even the extended information that you ll find in the original novel but in matters of frightening well the movie has a clear advantage but don t dismiss the novel so uicklySince may be not the best horror novel that I ve ever Kaffe med rån readbut certainly the book hassomething to compel you to Ideology and Power in the Viking and Middle Ages read it and have it a huge Thirty-Two Going On Spinster (Spinster Series Book 1) respect to it MOVIE V BOOK DAWN OF POSSESSION I am not surprised if almost any Brasso Blanco and Bull reader has watched the film before Virtual Encounters reading the novel And my case wasn t any differentI have watched the three film versions Original theatrical The Never Before Seen version and the Extended Director s Cut Any comment that I d make in this James Ellen David review about the film adaptation it will be based on the latest mentioned version the Extended Director s Cut due it s the most complete and also it s the one that I have on Blu 花君と恋する私 1 ray so it s the one that I have fresh on my mindIt s interesting how the film is generally accepted as the most terrifying movie of all time while the novel doesn t keep that distinction Actually the debate about which novel is the most terrifying of all it s an endless 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or novelization when I already watched the film adaptationSince while I invest only two hours to watch the movie I can invest like a week or to Going Down in La-La Land read a novel So if I The Tempest: FREE Hamlet Prince Of Denmark By William Shakespeare, Illustrated [Quora Media] (100 Greatest Novels of All Time Book 33) read just the exact story on the book I think that it would kinda pointless but if I got enough additional infocertainly then it was well invested timeI think that the most effective element on the construction of the story is that you get a lot of arguments and plausible explanations of what it s going on so in some School Smarts Projects Create Tons of Great Presentations Boost Your Creativity Improve Your Grades and Save Time and Trouble American Girl reverse psychology gimmick you get to believe and that Regan is indeed possessed by a demon While in some other novels where they approach the paranormal angle directly the Finding Faith reader tends to accept it without a doubtMaybe you don t believe in The Devil or in God even but don t worrysince you also can say that you don t believe in Jupiter the planet not the Roman god and that doesn t make that that planet isn t out there Many people are atheists until they have to face a demon by themselvesAnd it s not like that I am saying that you have to believe in the Christian God since while I am Catholic my wish is only that all people believe in some higher power that you may name whatever you prefer but believe in something higher than usSince some others may call as unrealistic to believe in gods or higher powersfor me not believing in some higher power I d call it as sadBelieve in God Beware of The Devil Both are Creating Chance The Jack Tyler Series Vol 3 real not matter if you believe in them or notGetting back to the book I La Balsa The longest raft voyage in history recommend the novel for any fan of the film and wishing to get a deeper developement on the storyPS Updated Jan 13th 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review The Exorcist 103 free read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB ñ William Peter Blatty Mother and two priests fight to free the soul of a little girl from a supernatural entity of pure malevolen. Strange as it may seem I hadn t watched the film version of The Exorcist until last summer I know shame on me but you see I thought I wouldn t be able to take it seriously I don t believe in possessions or devils or any of these things although I love to read about them Of course I knew of Blatty s novel and I was aware of the cutie little green Pazuzu face of young Regan but since I don t believe in the main theme of the story I knew I wouldn t be able to appreciate the film right Wrong I admit I should have watched it sooner I wasn t scared however only a little bit disgusted but it was unsettling and full of interesting underlying information about psychology and the mentality behind the cases where exorcisms sounded as the best solution Not to mention Max Von Sydow s formidable presence Therefore I eagerly searched for the novel and stared reading to appreciate the story under a new lightSo just as I believed the novel is very very good Better than the film its impact was felt immediately and I must confess that I avoided reading it when I was alone in my house I don t know why but it made me nervous in a way the movie never did To watch Regan s trip down to Hell to anticipate the beginning of the child s ordeal was trully trully agonizing Naturally this was possible due to the power of the author s writing Blatty uses short sentences and everyday speech and the narration becomes much immediate and the images powerful Certain infamous scenes of the film are a lot graphic and highly disturbing in the bookAs in the film my favourite character was Father Karras I have a soft spot for him partly due to him being Greek but I feel that he represents the heart of the story The struggle to seek the answers to his uestions the doubts over his faith and the agony to help in the name of God the insecurity and lack of faith to himself and his abilities as a priest and as a doctor are issues that are daily relevant to a significant number of people On the other hand I never warmed to the character of Chris Regan s mother I admired the fact that she was down to earth and close to her daughter as much as possible given her demanding profession but for some reason I consider her rather naive and a bit stupid to be honest Perhaps I am a little harsher than I should but her interactions with Regan s doctors and with Karras didn t exactly make her look like the sharpest knife in the drawerSo a great book that would have been a success even if the film had never come to pass A loud applause to the producers who allowed Blatty to handle his own book and transfer it to the big screen and the results are obvious in a well made film that opened new paths to the Horror genre Of course on a personal note it still can t hold a candle to The Omen Oh and that sceneview spoilerYes the spider walkIt s in the book obviously and may I say it is even creepier than in the film I had nightmares with this hide spoiler


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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 385
  • The Exorcist
  • William Peter Blatty
  • English
  • 26 December 2019
  • 9780061007224