An experience you will never forget. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Exorcist is as superior to most books of its kind as an Einstein equation is to an accountant's column of figures. New York Times Book Review
Four decades after it first terrified the world, William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist is back An extraordinary classic work of horror and dark paranormal suspense widely considered one of the most frightening novels ever written Blatty's masterpiece of unrelenting chills was the basis for the acclaimed Academy Award-nominated motion picture directed by William Friedkin and starring Ellen Burstyn and Max Von Sydow. Rediscover the power of The Exorcist in this stunning 40th Anniversary Edition, as a desperate mother and two priests fight to free the soul of a little girl from a supernatural entity of pure malevolence.
About the Author
William Peter Blatty is best known for his mega-bestselling novel "The Exorcist". Blatty also cowrote the screenplay of the hilarious Inspector Clouseau film, "A Shot in the Dark. "Known for his early comic novels, the "New York Times "proclaimed that "nobody can write funnier lines than William Peter Blatty," describing him as "a gifted virtuoso who writes like S. J. Perelman." Blatty lives with his wife and a son in Maryland.