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About the Author

Tim began writing at a very young age. As a teenager he would write short stories of horror to entertain himself and his friends. Not knowing at the time this would one day lead to his dream of becoming a published author. Tim has studied various religions and psychology as evident in the "Hand of God" books and "Dark Exorcist." From there, Tim began to venture into the realm of splatterpunk and extreme horror, which kicks the gore factor into overdrive. With the release of "Family Night" Tim has been off to the races. He has released several bestselling titles that are sure to turn your stomach. In addition to writing, Tim is also trying his hand in acting. He has been cast in a TV pilot filming throughout the summer of 2014. You can follow Tim on his website at http://timmiller.org and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TimMiller2011 "If you are looking for a writer who writes for the extreme horror fan, then you have found your guy in Tim Miller. " -- Digital Macabre "Family Night will take you on a horrific rollercoaster ride." -- Gadget Girl Reviews

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  • File Size: 2034 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: GutWrench Productions (May 21, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 21, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FGEN34U
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #297,028 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tim Miller has dedicated his life to writing stories that will both scare readers and make them cringe.

Over the years, Tim's writings have evolved into darker realms. He released his first horror novel, "The Hand of God" in 2011. Since then his books have become progressively more violent and gory. With the release of "Family Night" in 2013, Tim had moved into the world of extreme horror where he continues to push the boundaries of human suffering.

Tim is now an international best seller as well. His books, "Hell, Texas" and "Family Night" have recently ranked high on Amazon sales charts since their release in Germany under German publisher, Festa-Verlag.

He continues to climb the sales charts with his April Almighty series, as well as his recent hits, "Hacked" and "Lady Cannibal."

Tim is very active on social media and loves interacting with his readers. You can find him at his website at http://timmiller.org.





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I didn't even finish this. I've already read a much better version of this story (William Peter Blatty's 'The Exorcist'). Yeah, enough of the story is changed so this author doesn't get sued for plagiarism, but holy hell, there isn't anything original or different about this version to entice me to continue reading. Example:

"Dr. Karras" (Dark Exorcist) = Father Karras (The Exorcist)
Officer Pete's "dying mother" story = Father Karras' dying mother story
"Your mother's in here with us." (Dark Exorcist) = same as The Exorcist
"You killed your mother!" = same as The Exorcist
"Amanda" (Dark Exorcist) = Reagan (The Exorcist)
Both possessed teenage girls can speak Greek while possessed, do the spider crawl, and possess inhuman strength.

This is such an utter disappointment. I don't know if any of these 5-star reviewers ever read the William Peter Blatty's classic, The Exorcist, but based on their glowing endorsement for this book, I have to think they haven't. As another reviewer stated, there isn't an original thought in this book. Don't waste your time or money.
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I read this story in 48 hours and enjoyed the suspense as well as the graphic visual images Miller provides. It's rather like The Exorcist/meets Michael Myers in Halloween 2 stirred with the Walking Dead. A little vulgar in spots but honestly, I'd venture that in the midst of surviving a wicked exorcism, we all might use 'colorful' language. This is not an easy topic to write about-I too have an excerpt of my preternatural novel on [...]
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I did enjoy this book by Tim Miller-the first one of his titles that I've read. There were some interesting twists throughout the story and I was hoping for a big twist at the end, but when I finished the book I still wasn't disappointed.

I see some reviews slapping the author for similarities to The Exorcist, but I think the book stood plenty strong all on its own. Miller's characters, their motives, scenes, setting and dialogue were completely original. I hope the author has more creepiness in store for his readers.
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First off I just have to say,I LOVE the cover of this book,very scary.
I really have to say What I really liked most about this book was that it was from more then just one persons point of view,but from several people. I also liked how you got background history of each character's life told and really got a since of who they are. The story all takes place in a hospital,which I loved because your Surrounded by death which just makes it even more freaky. I was kinda thrown about 80% into the story because of who The young girl named Amanda was being possessed by or should I say who she was told she was possessed by,I wish I could say more about it without spoiling anything but I can't . Finally half way threw the book I was glad when one of the police officers finally died because I just found the character really annoying.
There were a few things about the book or shall I say a few of the characters that I didn't really like, for instances how both priest's Father Pierce and father Harlan were speaking slang one minute and then the next they were talk all proper. Over all I give the book a rating of 3 1/2 starts,although Amazon wont let me give it the 1/2 more rating.
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Dark Exorcist was my first read of a Tim Miller book and I loved it. Amanda is a teenage girl in trouble and whether she survives is down to three very different people.

Peter Roman is a cop with a past, Father Pierce is a hospital chaplain and Father Dietrich Harlan is a Vatican trained exorcist. Together these three will face an evil that could destroy them all.

Tim grabs you by the throat and pulls you into the story and the lives of his characters. You are rushing head long into the horror along with each of them and from the start you care what happens. The book is fast paced and even though this is a story we have seen before, it is done with fresh eyes and a unique perspective. Be warned there is blood, there is gore and there are times when you will be flicking the pages trying to find what happens next while you grit your teeth and tense you shoulders.

I loved the ending of this book, it was original and fitted the story so well. As an author myself I'm often disappointed in how books end but this one was just right. The biggest compliment I can give it is I now have book 2 and will be reading it soon.
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First off, while some of the names and general possession aspects might be similar, this book is not a ripoff of the exorcist.. This is a total Tim Miller novel. It's got Gore galore. The possessed child is taken to a local hospital and all he'll breaks loose. There's plenty of characters including two priests, some doctors, and two main police officers. It gets pretty crazy and turns into an unexpected all out war.

The only negative aspect is that it was confusing sometimes. Tim jumps from character to character in different parts of the hospital. If that wasn't enough, the time changes as well. You'll read a 2am passage for a cop in ICU and the next chapter will be for a priest in psych earlier at 1am. Then, it'll talk about things you might not have realized was going on. It might have worked nicely a couple of times but it's done repeatedly. I was glad to see it was dropped in the sequel.
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