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POSSESSED: The True Story of An Exorcism by Thomas B. Allen (1993-06-01)


POSSESSED: The True Story of An Exorcism by Thomas B. Allen (1993-06-01)

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  • Thomas B. Allen(Author)
  • Doubleday (1754)
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  • By Livyathan on 13 July 2014

    Really well written account of the 'true' events that partly influenced William Blattys The Exorcist. The book goes into a lot of detail with regards to the history of the young boy in question and the actual events of the exorcism and the stages of demonic possession.Great read.

  • By duran_dal on 27 February 2001

    I must say that it's one of the best books I've read on the subject (exorcism). It's a diary-like book that grips you with the feeling of authenticy. It's a must for those who have seen the movie "The Exorcist" - this is the true story behind the feature. It describes the anguish of a family. The only child (a boy) in the family suddenly becomes the focus of supernatural forces. Read it... I recommend it.

  • By dead joe on 19 November 2009

    I read this because I wanted a decent account of the true story on which The Exorcist was based, and that's what I got. The author is very plain about his sources, and how he has used them to write his book. The key source is a diary-like manuscript, recording the exorcism process (which lasted quite some time).The full manuscript is reproduced in the book, and when I came to read it (having already read the main story), it was very obvious that the main narrative of the book is little more than an embellished, fleshed-out version of the manuscript. I suppose this was to be expected, and undoubtedly the author's embellishments add value, but if you are just mildly curious (rather than seriously interested) it is not neccessary to read both, and just reading the manuscript itself will satisfy your curiosity much faster than reading the bulk of the book, whilst also leaving you freer to draw your own conclusions.While not a fantastic piece of writing, this book is unique, and as such has no competitors against which to be judged: it does what it says on the tin, and you are either interested in the contents, or you aren't. If you ARE interested, then I recommend this book without reservation.

  • By dpowner on 25 September 2014

    I found this book captivating and could not put it down...I read the full book within 3 days...I felt like I was there in the room with R and my heart was pounding out my chest,a book had never done that and it was all down to how it had been written x

  • By John-Paul on 3 December 2013

    An excellent book with a thorough explanation of the exorcism making the event seem very believeable but sometimes repetitive overall a simple minute by minute description of a scary event

  • By Carnegie on 22 June 2013

    This book has a very interesting topic but the Kindle version is very poor with lots of repeated characters and text.

  • By Guest on 15 May 2016

    This is the book the film The Exorist was based on

  • By P Hyde on 14 March 2011

    I read Thomas B Allens's 'Possession' and A J Ryder's 'Book Of Trinity' back to back. Both challenge everything we believe to be the truth. I am so glad I got to read both books in quick succession to each other. They are extremely informative and positivley spine-chilling.I highly recommend you read both.

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