Elsewhere by William Peter Blatty – book cover, description, publication history. Elsewhere [William Peter Blatty, Alex McVey, Bruce Haley] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An incredible haunted house novel from. The same can also be said for reading a haunted house story and William Peter Blatty’s “Elsewhere” is no exception. Even so, despite the.
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At first, this felt derivative of especially The Others, but this was written before the movie was.
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A quick read two hours tops if you’re really dedicatedthis is a decent haunted house book. Overall, it is good but not great because the author alludes to horror and mayhem but little is delivered.
From review by Publishers Weekly ” You’ve successfully reported this review. I enjoyed in and was fooled by it in that movie, but not in this book. Joan knows she has to do something to dispel the ridiculous rumors, so in order to clear the house’s reputation she hatches a clever PR plan: None of it is really anything you haven’t seen before and some aspects are extremely familiar, such as the ultimate resemblance to the film view spoiler [ The Othersstarring Nicole Kidman hide spoiler ].
Non so bene quale sia il problema di questo libro.
I didn’t find it very scary though, but it deals a good bit with the afterlife. Terrence opens a door to find a family and two priests who throw holy water at him, burning him. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Tuttavia, i suoi battibecchi con Dare sono tra le parti migliori dell’opera: I thought the story was, in the end, a true haunted house story, but the writing caught me off guard. Inevitably, exploring the house’s secrets exposes their own – ‘Elsewhere’ forces them to accept the individual realities that they have created for themselves. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. It was so well crafted that I was distracted from the obvious.
Elsewhere is a pretty fun, if not altogether innovative, ghost story.
The real estate agent commissioned to sell the home hires a team of parapsychologists to clear out the ghosts. Tuttavia, questo non significa che l’opera cominci subito con il week-end incriminato, anzi: A realtor, an author, and a psychic walk into a haunted house How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
Elsewhere by Blatty, William Peter
Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject. This review refers to the version, included in the anthology I agree with this, but I wouldn’t say it ruined the story for me.
Dec 04, Maicie rated it really liked it. Blatty is a master of supernatural and horror fiction. Disturbing full-page interior illustrations leap out at the reader like bogeymen, and the evocative cover photograph by award-winning photographer Bruce Haley exudes a sense of the dread awaiting the reader within.
William Peter Blatty, the author of The Exorcist, has written a good old-fashioned ghost story that will hold your attention for the entire two hours that it takes to read it.
You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. It was an easy read, finished it in a couple of days. Views Read Edit View history. The end is well-built, with all the pieces jamming together and a further twist, as the icing on the cake.
The ending was for the most part predictable but I don’t feel like that ruined the read. Mar 11, Natasha M. Perhaps that’s unfair, since the novella was originally published in — earlier than some of the works it ultimately feels elsewhree of.
There really are some very lovely things about this world. elsehwere
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This is especially irritating because, a we all know Blatty is fully capable of scaring the crap out of readers; and b because the story’s setup seems so obvious you’re sure the twist bltty can’t be what eslewhere think it is.
All of the books were adapted into movies with the screenplays written by Blatty. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. I must say that the first half is a bit boring, although Blatty’s style is fluent and pleasant to read. In the story’s climax, a paranormal entity attacks Joan and Terrence while they’re in a room together, banging on the door furiously as it tries to get inside.
A touching and memorable view of what awaits us after death with delighthfully chilling moments.