The Demonologist

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Fans of The Historian won’t be able to put down this spellbinding literary horror story in which a Columbia professor must use his knowledge of demonic mythology to rescue his daughter from the Underworld. Professor David Ullman’s expertise in the literature of the demonic— notably Milton’s Paradise Lost — has won him wide acclaim.

But David is not a believer. One afternoon he receives a visitor at his campus office, a strikingly thin woman who offers him an invitation: travel to Venice, Italy, witness a “phenomenon,” and offer his professional opinion, in return for an extravagant sum of money. Needing a fresh start, David accepts and heads to Italy with his beloved twelve-year-old daughter Tess.

What happens in Venice will send David on an unimaginable journey from skeptic to true believer, as he opens himself up to the possibility that demons really do exist. In a terrifying quest guided by symbols and riddles from the pages of Paradise Lost, David attempts to rescue his daughter from the Unnamed—a demonic entity that has chosen him as its messenger.

This is just a sneak preview of The Demonologist, the new literary thriller from New York Times bestselling author, Andrew Pyper. The novel comes in Coming in March 2013, but you can check out an exclusive sneak preview from Simon & Schuster and Scribd below.

Be sure to check out the book trailer here as well as some exclusive content and order details.

6 responses to “The Demonologist

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  1. WOW!!!

    I think i’ll enjoy my time in horror way.And good luck for upcoming story too.

    :)

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  3. If time is money you’ve made me a wehiatler woman.

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