Frank Paul De Felitta (August 3, – March 29, ) was an author, producer , pilot and film director. He was most well known for his novels Audrey Rose and The Entity. The Entity [Frank De Felitta, Gemma Files] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. [Y]ou’ll find this novel a compelling, frightening read a truly. “[Y]ou’ll find this novel a compelling, frightening read a truly terrifying tale Careful plotting, well-wrought characters, and lots of scientific detail – along with.

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Cooley’s parapsychology division with allegations the ghost hunters are injuring Carlotta. The scenes of the attacks were great and they really get you going and reading on the edge of your seat desperate to see what is going to happen, the film never really deviates from the plot that the book sets out, even though its been a whilst since I frrank seen it I could definitely recognise certain scenes almost word for word.

The Entity has been a favorite film of mine for many years and I was surprised to just learn that a book had preceded it. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

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You begin to wonder, is the entity real or is it This book has been on my partner’s shelf for as long as I’ve known her, and I always imagined it to be a poor, cheap horror story, especially as she asked me to list it on bookmooch. Deliver Us From Evil: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I wanted to read this book since I have seen the movie multiple times and wanted to know what might be missing since the book always holds more. Open Preview See a Problem?


But then I read it, and wow, it was quite good actually! But two graduate students in parapsychology have a different theory: This book was out if print for years. Carlotta’s monologue to the entity is different from the movie.

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I recommend this book to everyone who believes in ghost. David Labiosa recently informed Rue Morgue that during the shooting of this same scene in The Entity his arm was also broken in an accident. None of that matters in the end because the narrative is so thrilling, the characters complicated adults, and the research material impeccable. A Head Felittx of Ghosts.

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Lawrence E U LeBlanc. Jerry grabbed a chair and instead of knocking whatever was assaulting his girlfriend off her, strikes her in the head. Don’t want to tthe anything away. Aug 19, Larry rated it it was amazing.

The writing was completely mediocre and was badly in need of editing. It stars Barbara Hershey as a woman who is raped and tormented ee an invisible assailant. So, she ran away and got pregnant at a very young age.


With Different perspectives and in different worlds each one of them live. View all 5 comments. A Rope of Thorns. Desperate for a solution to her problem, Carla agrees to participate in an elaborate experiment carried out by the parapsychologists. Sneidermann maintains that the children are simply feeding off their mother’s hysteria, validating her hallucinations. Dec 07, Kimberly rated it liked it Shelves: They have felktta a fantastic job in making these classic horror books available again and I will keep looking at their ever expanding library with a view to reading more.

This edition features a new felittaa by Gemma Files. She nervously approaches to ask questions. The Haunting of Prescott Hall. It’s a little disappointing how it ends ,in my mind I was expecting something a little different however it does not take away from the horror this book will give you. Carla is attacked again, this time in front of her children. If you are not that scared o Beyond physical reality, beyond ecstasy and pain to a dark netherworld of psycho-sexual truth.

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