- Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Pocket Star (August 1, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1416507698
- ISBN-13: 978-1416507697
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 257 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,480 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The original book was very hard to find for a long time, finally I brought it use and read it for the first time just before the new remake came out. I am not the type of person who gets frighten easliy, there have been a few books and movies that have (The Exorcist, Night of the Living Dead as for movies and for books, Demonologist by Ed and Lorraine Warren, Beware of the Night and this book). I love to read and if the book catches my attention it is hard for me to put down, however this book did, it took me 2 weeks to finish reading it, I had to keep putting it down. I remember as a kid and seeing this story about this haunted house on the show called "That's incredible" and remember hearing about the pig with red eyes etc... Then a few years back I saw the original movie and that scare me a bit, then I brought this book called the "The Demonlogist" by Ed and Lorraine Warren and they had gone to the house and investigated the paranormal. However, I was very excited to be able to finally reading this book for the first time, and I was not disappointed at all. I went to see the remake and believe me both movies have nothing to do with the book at all. It's no wonder why Mr. Lutz is suing MGM for the remake. The original tends too a little not all and the Remake, has nothing to do with the book or with the Lutz family at all. Harry the dog was not butchered by George Lutz, in the remake you see Ryan Reynolds hatch the poor dog, nor does the little girl climb on the roof and jump or that the kids father is dead.
If you are interested in finding out the truth to what happen to the Lutz family the 28 days they were living in their house, read the book, don't go by what the movies states. The only thing that the both the movies and the book have in common is that yes Ronnie De Feo shot his family to death, the Lutz moved in the house a year later and that only 28 days later they fled. And Jodi is not a little girl (remake) it's the pig with the red eyes. The Book outdones both movies.
A MUST read for anyone who is interested in the paranormal.
I think the book is pretty good, although sometimes I though the author was rambling on or that he was just making the story longer...I guess I was just impatient to find out what was next. But it definitely kept me on the edge of my sit during the whole reading.
I recommend if you're going on a trip and you'll be stuck at a gate for a few hours to get it, it will sure entertain you!