Publish date: March 11th 2014
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Book: The Demonologist Author: Andrew Pyper Genre: Fiction/Thriller/Horror/Supernatural Summary: David Ullman is a literature professor at Columbia University, with special expertise on Paradise Lost. The epic poem about Satan and his court of fallen angels makes for a fascinating lecture, but...
Imagine reading about demons at 2 a.m. in the morning. You're alone at your bedroom. The night is eerily silent... and your cat makes noise all of a sudden just to keep you at the edge.That wasn't enough to scare me. Although "The Demonologist" is not a bad read, it was delivered in a way that just ...
I wasn't surprised at all to read in the author interview in the back of the book that the author is a fan of Stephen King. Literary horror, cerebral and fun.
One of my favorite horror reads of the year. Very literate with quite a bit of exploration of the literary source of demonic activity. I particularly enjoyed the discussion of how demonic entities enter into and control a person's life. Whether you attribute these influence to an intelligent enti...
A fast moving thriller with plenty of twists and turns. Even having never read Paradise Lost I could follow how it played a roll in this book. The ending, however felt a bit rushed. This is not my normal genre to read, so the rushed ending may be normal but I did not feel satisfied at the end, like ...
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