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Amityville: The Final Chapter By John G. Jones,

  • Title: Amityville: The Final Chapter
  • Author: John G. Jones
  • ISBN: 9780515078244
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • After the escape from the famous house in Amityville After the awesome exorcism told in Amityville II.The horror returns to pursue the Lutzes and their children around the world The California picnic hat turned into a Hell feast The flies devouring their new house, and the black cloud lifting up their car The ghostly, ravenous wild beasts in the streets of an AustriAfter the escape from the famous house in Amityville After the awesome exorcism told in Amityville II.The horror returns to pursue the Lutzes and their children around the world The California picnic hat turned into a Hell feast The flies devouring their new house, and the black cloud lifting up their car The ghostly, ravenous wild beasts in the streets of an Austrian City The hideous spirit being that their young daughter was her friend The final confrontation between George Kathy and the enemy
    Amityville The Final Chapter After the escape from the famous house in Amityville After the awesome exorcism told in Amityville II The horror returns to pursue the Lutzes and their children around the world The California picnic

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    1. The Amityville Horror is generally acknowledged to be a hoax, but you have to admire the way the Lutz family, who perpetrated it, have stuck to their guns for all these years With Amityville The Final Chapter they really kick it up a notch, dishing out movie ready claptrap with one hand, while claiming that It s All True with the other Reportedly never happy with their share of the proceeds from the movie and the original book, they could still market their name, and market it they did, desperat [...]

    2. At this point, the book is entirely fiction, even if you do believe the claims of the Lutz family At least, however, The Final Chapter makes for a better read than the second installment The pacing is much better, and there are some genuinely eerie occurances Still, Jones falters when he attempts to describe the physical forms of the demons Rather than being an omnipresent, oppressive force of evil, it is reduced to a silly, slimy mess.Of course, this was not ACTUALLY the final book in the serie [...]

    3. Felt like a chore to finish this onebut some books you can tell were just written for money such as this one.

    4. I think the reason that I am able to actually give this book a little bit of a better score than the majority of other readers is since I have never seen the movie nor have I read any of the previous books I have heard mention of Amityville but it is one of those events that I would rather not explore deeply since I do know that evil exists whether one wants to admit it or not The book gives a little bit of history that relates to the two previous books of the trilogy as well as some of the prev [...]

    5. I was a kid fascinated by horror and ghost stories so it wasn t a surprise when I became infatuated by the Amityville Horror, I have four books and the best are Jay Anson s Amityville Horror and Hans Holzer s superb Murder in Amityville I don t recall much of John G Jones Amityville Horror 2 which I read a lifetime ago but his third installment is a pure work of fiction, there s too much silliness going on to expect true believers or skeptics to accept there are some chilling moments, like Terri [...]

    6. I have never seen the movies about the Amityville House nor read the first 2 books I do think the first book might be better than this one was I do plan on reading that by the way I feel like this book was written just to keep making profit out of this story that supposebly happened to the Lutz s I thought this was going to be scarier than it was Some of the events were just so unbelievable that I simply don t think most of what was written really happened it was just an eh shoulder shrug read I [...]

    7. A book that was just okay,nothing at all like Amityville Horror or the follow up of Amityville Horror 2, which i both enjoyed immensely i believe this book was written largely for profit by the authorA true story that has been written in such a fashionwhich makes the reader question as to whether the story is true The book was written as if it was a fictionalized horror story account,which i find an insult to the Lutz family

    8. This was a good entry into the Amityville series and a good conclusion to the Lutz ordealwhether or not the haunting was real or a hoax, it s still a good story

    9. beyond dross a hallucination sequence where the characters feel like celluloid versions of themselves from the movie.

    10. Wow, the stuff people will expect other people to believe beggars belief Passable as grade Z pulp horror.

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