The Ninth Configuration
Harper, 1978 - 135 pages
-- Some years after the release of The Exorcist William Peter Blatty decided to direct his own adaptation of his novel Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane. This is the complete and unabridged screenplay of the film and includes extensive annotations from the author.-- The book is also Illustrated throughout and containing many scenes that were subsequently cut from the final edit.-- It features a foreword by William Peter Blatty and an fascinating introduction by BBC Radio One's Mark Kermode - a world renowned expert on Blatty's work.-- This screenplay has never previously been published.
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“Kane didn’t pick his line of work.” The words came out softly, with exhaled smoke. “In World War II he was a fighter pilot. Then one time he bailed out behind enemy lines and had to fight his way ... Read full review
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Loved this book. When I read a book I tend to wear it on my sleeve. I think and think and think about what it is, cross reference this and that, constantly. This book grabbed me and did not let go. It ... Read full review