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The Exorcist
The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition | William Peter Blatty
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Originally published in 1971, The Exorcist, one of the most controversial novels ever written, went on to become a literary phenomenon: It spent fifty-seven weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, seventeen consecutively at number one. Inspired by a true story of a childs demonic possession in the 1940s, William Peter Blatty created an iconic novel that focuses on Regan, the eleven-year-old daughter of a movie actress residing in Washington, D.C. A small group of overwhelmed yet determined individuals must rescue Regan from her unspeakable fate, and the drama that ensues is gripping and unfailingly terrifying. Two years after its publication, The Exorcist was, of course, turned into a wildly popular motion picture, garnering ten Academy Award nominations. On opening day of the film, lines of the novels fans stretched around city blocks. In Chicago, frustrated moviegoers used a battering ram to gain entry through the double side doors of a theater. In Kansas City, police used tear gas to disperse an impatient crowd who tried to force their way into a cinema. The three major television networks carried footage of these events; CBSs Walter Cronkite devoted almost ten minutes to the story. The Exorcist was, and is, more than just a novel and a film: it is a true landmark.Purposefully raw and profane, The Exorcist still has the extraordinary ability to disturb readers and cause them to forget that it is just a story. Published here in this beautiful fortieth anniversary edition, it remains an unforgettable reading experience and will continue to shock and frighten a new generation of readers.
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AlisBookNookCorner
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My current read for my #HalloweenReads and this one is definitely in my top five of most creepy books read. I‘m never ‘scared‘ of books I read or movies I watch, but some give me serious goosebumps. The Exorcist is one of those books, so many goosebumps! 😱👻

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Lizpixie
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And finally for #WeekOne of #Scarathlon I watched The Exorcist on Netflix for probably the 30th time! So another 6pts for #TeamSlaughter Next post will be my wrap up for this week.

Lsmoore43 I was like 16 when I saw this movie. I love scary movies but this one actually gave me nightmares. I never, ever, watched it again. To to awful for me. 😳 2mo
Cathythoughts Stop 😲😱 I saw it once … I love reading thrillers/ scary books , watching is another story (edited) 2mo
Clwojick Woohoo! 2mo
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Carla
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Spending this dark, rainy, October evening with William Peter Blatty. He‘s reading his own work to me while I hide under the covers. Thank you, Audible, for such a #Halloween treat.
#audiobook

Carla If you don‘t have Audible, here‘s my link to get a free month to check it out, and you can grab The Exorcist (or whatever) to keep. It helps out my podcast! https://www.audible.com/ep/creator?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004R 2mo
Carla Chris‘ first view of Father Karras: “a long black cloud in search of a rain”. Tremendous. 2mo
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Chili
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I finished this last night and forgot to post it. The book to my movie pick. I think the book was better but Chris was portrayed as ditzy in the book. She thought everything was dumb. #Scarathlon #TeamHendrix #Screamathon #Wickedathon #SpookOWeen #BookSpinBingo

TheSpineView Excellant! 👍📖 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2mo
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Chili
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Ok, I wimped out and watched this during the day. The movie for book and movie pairing is done now on to the book. #Screamathon #Scarathlon #TeamHendrix #Wickedathon #SpookOWeen

Traci1 Well, you're less of a chicken than I am. I won't even watch during the day. Nope. 2mo
TheSpineView ❤📽🎞 2mo
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Chili
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Week 1 prompt: Book and Movie pairing #Screamathon #Scarathlon #TeamHendrix #SpookOWeen #Wickedathon

TheSpineView 👍📖📚 2mo
StayCurious So creepy! I tend to steer clear of possession… 2mo
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DavidDiamond
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Pickpick

Someone should make this propulsive page-turner of a book into a movie.
#halloweenreads

LeahBergen 🤣 2mo
Cathythoughts Oh no 🙈 I was dragged to this movie & kept my eyes & ears closed through most of it 😳 2mo
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DavidDiamond
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I‘m not waiting until October…Halloween reading starts now!!
#HalloweenReads

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Lauranahe
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Oh, well, interesting book. I‘ve read it before, but didn‘t remember much. I think this maaaaay be a time when the movie is scarier than the book…also, the amount of times a character says “oh, well, …” was very distracting.

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FantasyChick
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Another one for the week. Will definitely reread the physical in the future...just for fun. I loved that the author narrated. His voice is just slow and creepy enough to really add to the story!

13hrs #LittenListen
#bookspinbingo

@aperfectmjk @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 5mo
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FantasyChick
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Think I'll jump on this bandwagon and get picking my #summerreads

#14Books14Weeks2021 @TheHeartlandBookFairy

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Emilymdxn
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Held up really well compared to the film and I definitely recommend. Scary and disturbing for sure, very very disturbing in places, but I was struck most by how tender it was and how much I came away remembering a mother loving her daughter and a priest trying to be selfless even when he‘s having doubts about the purpose of all of it. A lot of substance underneath the scares

HufflepuffGirl90 I agree with you on all counts! 8mo
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Hestapleton
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Some options for ya Group B! #lmpbc

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Littlewolf1 Ohhh, Broken Monster sounds amazing! That is definitely my vote. 10mo
cozypunk I'm drawn to...
Broken Monsters
Phantoms
Survivor Song
Snow Fell Three Graves Deep

But I've not read any of them, and they all look creeeepy 👌
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Reynosa8701 Broken monster 10mo
Hestapleton Broken Monsters it is!! 10mo
cozypunk @Hestapleton WOOT! 🍻
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TheNeverendingTBR
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Wanna play a game? 👹

#spookysaturday 👻

bthegood 1. Pennywise
2. I don't have one particular movie that I remember, but on Saturdays the Cool Ghoul would show scary movies- my introduction was to the old Frankenstein, Werewolf, and Dracula movies (this is in the 70s and 80s - when there were only 3 or 4 channels to watch)
3. I don't have a book like that on my TBR for long - I tend to read those books quickly
Thx for the prompt!
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Chrissyreadit I remember watching a lot of weird stuff in the 70‘s that I‘m sure I was too young for because it was all that was on- and we had 5 channels I think 🤣(Was Demon Seed ever shown on tv? I distinctly remember a computer trying to impregnate a woman) 10mo
TheNeverendingTBR @bthegood I remember when there was only 4 channels, I used to record the late night horror films on VHS and watch them the following day, good memories! 😌 10mo
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TheNeverendingTBR @Chrissyreadit I don't think I know Demon Seed, a computer trying to impregnate a woman? That definitely sounds like a cheesy 80s horror film, my favourite kind! 😂 10mo
EdnaC 1. Pennywise - not really the clown form but the truth evil that he is. That stuff terrifies me. 2. Children of the Corn - to this day I can‘t go near corn fields without being creeped out. 3. I guess the Shinning because my husband wants me to read it. I don‘t usually do horror. 10mo
TheNeverendingTBR @EdnaC The Shining is superb, essential horror reading. If you're not into horror that much, I recommend reading 11/22/63 by Stephen King; is brilliant! 10mo
LeahBergen 1. I must think on this one 🤔 2. I was somehow allowed to watch (at a very young age) the 1973 TV movie Don‘t Be Afraid of the Dark and was traumatized for YEARS. 😂😂 Look it up; there are little creatures in the basement. 😂😂 3. I have had Hell House by Richard Matheson on my shelves for way too long. 10mo
TheNeverendingTBR @LeahBergen Wow, that looks absolutely terrifying! 😂 10mo
TheNeverendingTBR @LeahBergen Been on mine for a long time also, I loved I Am Legend but unfortunately I've not read anything else by him..yet! 10mo
EdnaC @TheNeverendingTBR thanks! I will add that to my list. 10mo
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Rissreads
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A friend recommended this to me so I listened to it on Audible. It was fantastic, I really enjoyed it but some scenes were highly disturbing!

Lizpixie One of my top five audiobooks of all time! The author does a really really disturbing job😈 11mo
Soubhiville Yes! This book is terrifying! 11mo
Reggie I‘m guessing if you just read the book you probably never watched the movie. You can skip the movie. And not because it‘s bad. 🧟‍♀️🤢🤮 11mo
Rissreads @Reggie yes there was a shit load of vomit!!!! 🤮🤣 And no I‘ve never seen the movie. (edited) 11mo
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reading_rainbow
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① The Exorcist by William Blatty ✞

② “We mourn the blossoms of May because they are to whither; but we know that May is one day to have its revenge upon November, by the revolution of that solemn circle which never stops---which teaches us in our height of hope, ever to be sober, and in our depth of desolation, never to despair.”

#spookysaturday
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TheNeverendingTBR I'll be reading it for the first time soon, after reading Paperbacks From Hell I just had to put it up on my TBR; along with The Silence of the Lambs and Interview with the Vampire 👹 11mo
TheNeverendingTBR Thanks for playing along! 🙋‍♂️ 11mo
reading_rainbow @TheNeverendingTBR I JUST put Silence of the Lambs on top of my TBR after reading Red Dragon. I‘m gonna have to start flipping through Paperbacks from Hell and start making a horror list 🤔 11mo
TheNeverendingTBR @reading_rainbow Absolutely, there were so many good ones; Silence will be my next one I think. The thing is...I've never seen the movie before so..it's all going to be new for me!! 😝 11mo
reading_rainbow @TheNeverendingTBR oh you are so lucky! 11mo
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starrdom
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#CreepyChristmas @teebe 2. I listened to it on audiobook, including on one early morning run in the dark. I will never forget hearing the voice of the demon alone in the near dark. 3. I never wanted to see the Scream franchise. ⬇️

starrdom 4. Charlie Manx of NOS4A2 (especially as voiced by Kate Mulgrew in audiobook), Art the Clown in Terrifier (film), Stripe (Gremlins), Pinhead (Hellraiser), the Invisible Man 5. Funko Pops 12mo
Reggie Jeez!!! #2 that would do it. 😱 12mo
jb72 Kate Mulgrew did an excellent job on that audiobook! She really brought a voice to the characters. 12mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Day light savings really gets the best of me. I‘m like a tiny child in an adults body. So up early on this Sunday morning trying to finish The Exorcist.

JenReadsAlot I feel ya! 13mo
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reading_rainbow
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This book was fantastic!! Genuinely caused me a feeling of unease, I‘ve been keeping nightlights on in the house and last night one of my dogs knocked a stack of books over in the night and I almost had a heart attack! Just reading some of the stuff in here felt Blasphemous and genuinely scared me. Great characters as well, great build up, 10/10 horror!

TheNeverendingTBR Going to put this higher up on my TBR list! 👍 13mo
reading_rainbow @TheNeverendingTBR yes definitely! Can‘t wait to hear what you think! 13mo
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
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Checking off some classics, and this one did not disappoint.

#Screamathon 😱 @4thhouseontheleft

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FantasyChick
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OMG @LeahBergen You are awesome! Thank you so much for the amazing #AllHallowsReadSwap gifts. I've been wanting this book for so long, you're right...it's a must-have on my horror shelf. And that calendar is everything!! I'm putting it on my desk at work. I'm obsessed 😈😈

Happy Halloween! 🎃😘

@MaleficentBookDragon

LeahBergen Yay! I‘m so glad you like it (and I‘m totally buying this calendar for myself 😆). Happy Halloween! 🖤🎃🖤🎃 13mo
LeahBergen Okay... I bought this calendar for myself, too. Haven‘t the last two days been hilariously gross?? 😂😂 11mo
FantasyChick @LeahBergen OMG yes! I must have read yesterday's half a dozen times because I thought I read it wrong 😂😂 I love this calendar. I brought it to the office to keep at my desk. You can just imagine some of the looks I get from other staff walking by 😂 11mo
LeahBergen Right? I‘m like “wait... soap AND cake?” 😂😂 I bet some staff members will be sneaking a peek by the end of the year. 😉 11mo
FantasyChick @LeahBergen At least they're resourceful 😂 I can't wait to see what some of the other crazy ones are! 11mo
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reading_rainbow
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My last Spooky October read of 2020! 🍵 this month was a great reading month for me, I got a lot done and they were all excellent books

TheNeverendingTBR Cool cover! 😍 13mo
LaraS I like how the tagline on the book is to watch the movie 😂 13mo
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DavidDiamond
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“What a wonderful day for an exorcism!”

❤️🧛🏻‍♂️👻🎃
#8daystilhalloween #halloween #funkopop #TheExorcist #funkoadventcalendar

http://www.lindablairworldheart.org/

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Skygoddess1
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Another classic and favorite horror movie. If you haven‘t read the book before, it‘s well worth a read. #Scarathlon2020 #TeamHarkness +6 pts

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Lizpixie
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Decided to go with The Exorcist instead, one of my favourite horror movies/novels of all time. A true classic. 6pts for #TeamSlaughter in the #Scarathlon2020

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Lizpixie
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Lizpixie That‘s also almost 18 1/2 hrs reading for both #OutrageousOctober & #20in4readathon! 14mo
Clwojick This ones too creepy for me. I can‘t do scary paranormal without wanting to hide under the covers 👻😜 14mo
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Lizpixie @Clwojick the author does an amazing job with all the voices, especially the demon. The 1st time I made the mistake of listening in bed, gave me horrific nightmares!👹 14mo
Clwojick I‘d bet! 😱 14mo
Bookgoil Sounds creepy!!! 14mo
Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 14mo
aperfectmjk 😯 13mo
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Lizpixie
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Got in another 14hrs of reading today while switching back and forth between my print Bk9 & the audiobook of The Exorcist(Bk10)while #audiojournaling & #audiogardening which adds to my totals for #OutstandingOctober #October20in4 #Scarathlon2020 #Screamathon2020 #Pageathon etc and even the #LittenListen. It‘s now 3am here and I‘m falling asleep sitting up so I‘ll post a full recap with totals later this morning. Night all🥱

aperfectmjk Excellent progress! 14mo
Andrew65 👏👏👏👏🙌🙌🙌🙌😱😱😱🙈 Don‘t know how you do it, I struggle to get above 10. Made 10 hrs 3 mins yesterday. 14mo
StayCurious Wow, that's amazing! 14mo
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Bookgoil Amazing!!! 14mo
Clwojick Holy Shiitake Mushrooms girl! You are the #ReadathonQUEEN! I‘m hoping to get in a few good reading days like this next week. 🎃 14mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Yowza! That's a lot of reading time. Way to go! 13mo
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Jadams1776
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And that‘s another one for #Scarathlon2020! One thing I love about this event is it pushes me to read things out of my comfort zone. I plan to watch the movie.....eventually.
+16 #TeamHarkness
#Screamathon #ReadLikeHellathon #CYOReadathon

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MynameisSnow
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FAITH.
There are miracles in front of us constantly that we doubt away. We refuse to see God. We refuse to Satan at work too, even when right in front of our faces. Maybe it‘s our own shame though that makes us doubt God. “And there lies the heart of it, perhaps: in unworthiness. For I think belief in God is not a matter of reason at all; I think it finally is a matter of love: of accepting the possibility that God could ever love us.

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MynameisSnow
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I am facing my fears and tip toeing into this book with one foot ready to run back. This movie gave me night terrors for months when I was a child (I should never of seen it as a child but long story) anyway after much debate with myself, I picked it up at the library.

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Mistermandolin
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I remember buying this edition not long after the film came out. Early 70s, secularism rising, and bang! Up pops the devil and everybody starts to wonder all over again. There was always something about this one that got me. Something about the banality of evil crossed with its its absolute reality. And carried off to perfection. I used to wonder if Blatty quite knew how he‘d done it.

MynameisSnow Oh man. The movie gave me crazy night terrors for months as a child. I begged and begged to be allowed to watch it and then was sorry for it. At 38 yrs old, I still can‘t watch it and I love horror films. Lol is the book much the same detail as the movie? I‘m sure it‘s more terrifying. Do tell (edited) 1y
Mistermandolin @MynameisSnow The book is just as terrifying in its own way. Maybe more so. Blatty really struck a nerve with it and despite the sequels he never really equalled it. A milestone in modern terror. Certainly an inspiration for me as I tried to write a horror novel of my own. More info at www.markfox.co.uk if you‘re curious. (edited) 1y
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Martta
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Mehso-so

This really didn't work for me. This wasn't terrifying and I think the rhythm was way off. I didn't find this scary at all. I liked some parts. The characters for example were really beliavable but I think the essence of a good horror book is build on well written atmosphere of suspence and I felt like that was missing.

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Martta
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Did not know that Marimekko brand is so big that it made it to the page 30 of the Exorcist. 😂

callielafleur I might have to pull this off my shelf and give it a re-read 1y
Mistermandolin A slow burner that pulls you in. I‘ve never quite been able to put my finger on why it works as well as it does. Blatty was an accomplished writer but it caught something of the early 70s zeitgeist too. A very ‘spiritual‘ book in many ways: which is clearly what the author was aiming at. Well worth a re-read, I reckon. 1y
Martta @Mistermandolin I'm really liking the begining! It does feel a bit slow but not in a bad way. I've read many of these "classic" horror books and been positively surprised. I never thought horror would be my genre but I've really enjoyed the ones I've read so far. ? 1y
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Mistermandolin @Martta It‘s a massive genre. Lots of hits and misses. Some of the ‘classics‘ are great; others rather less so. You might want to check out Ted Klein. Not a prodigious output by any means - he‘s had writer‘s block since about 1985 - but well worth a go. The Ceremonies is a classic. What‘s your favourite horror ever? 1y
Martta @Mistermandolin I really enjoyed Stephen King's Pet sematary, The Woman in black by Susan Hill and also Amityville horror 1y
Mistermandolin @Martta I‘ve heard great things about The Woman In Black. It‘s on my to-read list. Dan Simmons is also well worth a go if you haven‘t already. I loved The Terror...except for the ending. 1y
Martta @Mistermandolin You definitely should read The Woman in black! Even though it's relatively new you can't tell it from the style of writing. It could very well have beeb written somewhere in the golden age of horror/gothic era. I've nit read Dan Simmons. Need to add it to my to be read list. Thanks! 😊 1y
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kricheal
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Starting this next on #primereads

Powered_By_Plants Hope you like it! I recently listened on audible and it was Blatty himself narrating 😊 1y
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Martta
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During summer I usually read horror. I enjoy reading horror especially on sunny summer days. This has been sitting on my shelf for years and decided to give it a go. I always like to pair the horror book with something lighter so I can take a break if things get too much. 👻😁

HollyQ I think this book is entirely underrated. You‘re going to love it! 1y
Martta @HollyQ Great! Can't wait! 😁👍 1y
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ReadingOver50
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I did find the book very faithful to the movie (actually the other way around). This is a good story. It raises questions of faith but I don't feel it judges people who don't have faith. The main character, Chris, is constantly saying she doesn't believe. The police officer, Kinderman, feels like an unnecessary character. This book feels like a "must read" for horror lovers as it is so iconic. I enjoyed reading this.

MrsMalaprop Great photo 👍. 1y
ReadingOver50 @MrsMalaprop thank you. I felt inspired 😀 1y
callielafleur Blatty also wrote the screenplay, so it definitely makes sense that the two are similar! I adore this book, the movie, both are great. 1y
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BeansPage
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#BookMail #BookHaul yesterday!
Thank you @HufflepuffGirl90 so excited for these!

JamieArc Clan of the Cave Bear has been on my radar for a while. I finally purchased it and I‘m excited to hopefully get to it sometime this year. 1y
BeansPage @JamieArc the two books underneath that one are the next books in the series. 😃 1y
juliegumdrop I love the Jean Auel books. So good! 1y
bookaholic1 Love Clan of the cave bear!! 1y
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Powered_By_Plants
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Mehso-so

“What we give to the poor is what we take with us when we die” This saying was in another book I have just read but I can‘t think which one 😖

‘But if all the evil in the world makes you think that there might be a devil, how do you account for all the good‘

Personally I didn‘t love it, when it was good it was really good but soo much time trying to prove Reagan wasn‘t possessed. Even after sooo many C words I would still cringe every time 😂

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Powered_By_Plants
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Nearly bailed a couple of times but I‘m sticking with it!

Love our beautiful new puzzle , has lots of cute books renamed to be animal themed ... Mary Puffins , The wizard of fox , robin racoonsoe, wuthering flights , The Divinci Toad 🥰

wanderinglynn Cool puzzle! 🧩❤️ 2y
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MrBook
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2/4 😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 🐶 #LitsyHumor 🐶

Lcsmcat 😂🤣😂 Stop that! Bad priest! Down! (edited) 2y
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ahsital
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Even worms will not eat your corruption.

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Books.Bottles.and.Babies
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Given my current energy level this mug seemed appropriate 😂😴😴 Having trouble focusing or even keeping my eyes open, so I'm opting for some audiobooks today. I just had THREE holds become available from the library. Why is that no matter how long they say the wait will be, my holds always all become available at the same time???😂 #currentlylistening to War Storm. Next, I'll move on to The Turn of the Key and then Blood of Elves. #audiobooks

Lesanne I feel your pain regarding the library holds! 🤪 2y
Crazeedi Great mug!! 2y
UwannaPublishme Oh, I LOVE your mug! 🤣🤣🤣 2y
Powered_By_Plants 🤣🤣 that mug! Brilliant 2y
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Michellesibs
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It took me a while to get into this, the style of writing is very typical from the era it was written in and there are pacing issues around any scene with the detective - boy does that dude bring a whole new meaning to dilly dallying. However when I immersed, I really did immerse.

Glad I finally got round to this iconic novel, it was a lot of fun and deserves it cult classic status.

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UnidragonFrag
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Mehso-so

I half read, half listened (audiobook was narrated by the author which was cool!) and there were a few creepy moments that I'm excited to see on screen, but not scary.. mostly gross. I have very mixed feelings. I liked all the research done in book but there were many times I was just. Ugh. Anyway, this bookclub got postponed until April, so I have time to think.
Also, this cover looks like it's looking at you. Fun.

jordanremington Hello there, how you doing today? 2y
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UnidragonFrag
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1. Well, my kid's school is closed until April. Oregon has declared a state of emergency so like five things I was planning on doing are now canceled or rescheduled. Still working, for now. Everyone in house is a-ok still 👍
2. Yup.
3. The Exorcist.
4. Knives Out was pretty good!

#randosurvey @laurenslibrary

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OriginalCyn620
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It‘s pretty safe to say that I will never read this one...don‘t think I have the fortitude. 😱😱😱
#populartheyearyouwereborn #auldlangreads

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 😱😱😱 2y
Crazeedi Oh it was a very good book, I read it years ago, before I swore off horror books. 2y
veritysalter I actually enjoyed it, it went into a lot more depth about good and evil and was less “shocking” than the film. 2y
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HufflepuffGirl90
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Listening to this bad boy while finishing up some crocheted Christmas gifts.

#ChristmasHorror #tistheseason #crochetandread #homemadegifts

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Twainy
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🎧 this book is creepy, spooky, evil, sexually explicit! It‘s scarier than the movie. If you‘re not easily spooked ... well .... read at your own risk. Since I love horror .....⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

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Jen2
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Great story!!!! So creepy!