: El exorcista: E Planeta – pp PA. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. William Peter Blatty (Nueva York, ) es el aclamado autor de El exorcista () y del guión cinematográfico de la. of 15 results for Books: “William P. Blatty” Exorcist by William P Blatty ( ). by William P Blatty El Exorcista (The Exorcist).

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He writes like an established poet and he understands “scary” even more than Stephen King. I’m struggling to think of a negative about this novel Blatty’s writing style was more personal than the original Exorcist.

In famed Japanese horror author Kazuo Umezu also created a short comic adaptation of this film. Could the only hope for Regan be the ritual blathy exorcism? Some of his other notable works are the novels ElsewhereDimiter and Crazy Jun 18, Leslie Chivers rated it it was amazing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I am giving the book a rating of 4. I guess I just wanted him to finally get to the action of saving Regan.

God no pun intended. I do not, however, expect my friend Aileene – whom I encouraged to read this novel with me – to be as forgiving. The kind of proof he had to look for in the book was ridiculous.

The only reason I gave this 2 star instead of the more appropriate 1 is exorccista I did finish the book though I almost quit three times and there were a few brief moments of “Wait it’s exocista better If you’ve seen the director’s cut of the movie adaptation and haven’t read this book, you’re not missing much.

Nov 06, Alex Bledsoe rated it really liked it. I felt like her parenting left much to be desired and found myself already blaming her for what I knew was coming, who lets their 11 year old child play with Ouija boards??


The Exorcist

I felt the last few chapters were nothing more than a slapdash clusterfuck pieced together for the sole purpose to tie these characters and subplots together. I chose to embark on this journey, more out of curiosity than anything else.

Why is this relevant to this review? The death marks are reminiscent of an old serial killer called the Gemini, who has been dead for a dozen years. He also wrote William Peter Blatty was an American willaim and filmmaker. Feb 05, Benjamin Stahl rated it liked exorcists Shelves: Since while I invest only two hours to watch the movie, I can invest like a week or more to read a novel.

If I’d think only on the raw reading experience, I would say eel it was a 3-star material. They just creeped me out! The movie is actually much creepier, and I do wish the author would have done a particular reveal earlier on, but the pacing was still strong and hard to put down. This is the version I would like to be remembered for.

The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty

The demon is arrogant and pitiless, doesn’t consider Father Karras a worthy opponent because it detected doubt in him; however, it is Father Karras who will defeat him. Decades later Blatty is asked to read the book for the audio version.

The story itself is quite well done and has been ep to stand the test of time. Some of Blatty’s musings on the nature of good, evil, God and willixm universe have stuck with me long after I read “Legion. 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 before.


The book is great and the original film too, whatever the younger generation may think. He had experiences that ended on April 19, This new, updated edition featured and revised material, as Blatty writes: I guess times and tastes have changed. A philosophical, moralistic debate framed within the confines of a paranormal murder mystery.

There were scenes in the book that had me cringing, gasping and I was totally creeped out. I did some research. Blatty has crafted an intricately complete allegory about the modern divergence between strictly rational scientific thought and the traditional ideas about faith and religion.

Blatty uses short sentences and everyday speech and the narration becomes much more immediate and the images blarty powerful. He reminds me of my dad, and that’s the biggest compliment I could pay anyone. Quotes from The Eexorcista. Most of the book was no one believing that the daughter Ragan was possessed, but instead that she just had some psychological problems which were causing her transformation of an innocent girl to a stark exkrcista lunatic.

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Knowing the premise, I thought I would indulge before the season of ghouls and other spine-tingling things is fully upon us.