Exorcist Falls: Includes the novella Exorcist Road
Chicago is gripped by terror. The Sweet 16 Killer is brutally murdering young women, and the authorities are baffled. When the police are called to an affluent home in the middle of the night, they learn a seemingly normal 14-year-old boy has attacked his family. The boy exhibits signs of... show more
Chicago is gripped by terror. The Sweet 16 Killer is brutally murdering young women, and the authorities are baffled.
When the police are called to an affluent home in the middle of the night, they learn a seemingly normal 14-year-old boy has attacked his family. The boy exhibits signs of demonic possession, and even more troublingly, he knows too much about the Sweet 16 killings. Father Jason Crowder, a young priest assigned to the case, must marshal his courage in order to save the boy and the entire city from the forces of evil.
But this is a darkness mankind has never encountered before. It craves more than blood. And it won't rest until it possesses Father Crowder's soul.
Jonathan Janz's brand-new release brings the original novella that started it all - Exorcist Road - and a brand-new full-length novel (Exorcist Falls) together for a shattering experience in supernatural terror.
Publish date: 2018-10-01
Edition language: English
Demons and serial killers. I don't find demons to be particularly scary. This started out pretty much as a retelling of The Exorcist, actually referring to it more than once. So I was prepared to be totally unimpressed. However, it takes a sharp turn into 'holy shit that was unexpected' after...
This unabridged audio contains two excellent connected stories of demonic possession. One is a novella that sets the scene for the novel to follow. You’ll want to read/listen to them back to back because they’re both horrifyingly hard to put down.EXORCIST ROAD sets everything up and is a pretty comp...
Exorcist Falls continues the story of the Sweet Sixteen Killer first introduced in Janz's earlier novella Exorcist Road. I first read Exorcist Road back in 2014 and loved it so much that it made my best of 2014 list. Exorcist Road is included within Exorcist Falls and I re-read it so that the story ...