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The Satanist (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Januar 1974


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Horror - A black magic story set in the cold war. The ritual murder of Teddy Morden convinces Colonel Verney that the Soviets have finally harnessed occult powers. Fearing for the peace of the world, he appoints Barney Sullivan, a man trained to face the grim possibility of torture and death, to penetrate their perfidious secrets.

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People are over reacting 8. März 2004
Von Kenny Waryn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I can't believe the nonsense on this board about the 'racist' content of The Satanist. Granted, the use of the 'N' word pops up a handful of times, but give me a break. You hear more of that in the first 30 seconds of most rap songs.
To anyone thinking about reading this book, don't let a few of the PC Police make you miss out on a great read. I give The Satanist my highest marks. It's a can't miss.
Like someone else had mentioned, it's too bad Hammer never made this a movie. This has Cristopher Lee written all over it.
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The Most Compelling Book I Have Ever Read 29. September 1997
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The Satanist is gripping from beginning to end, combining horror fantasy and thrills that made The Prince of Thriller Writer the best. The content of the plot makes you truly believe in the nature and force of evil. The characters also give a true traditional romance to the story. No novel is its worth without the superb finale that the lucky reader gets from this book.
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The Satanist is Superb 2. März 2001
Von Matthew T. Szramoski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Great supernatural fiction in the British tradition. Wheatley is superb in this blending of satanism, communism and other evils of the 1960's. A good read!!! Too bad this has not been made into a film like The Devil Rides Out...
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Very enjoyable, especially if you have a goulish imagination 23. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
A very enteraining book. If you have a vivid imagination and a love of horror then this book will be a gripping read.
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weak writing (barely) saved by excellent story-telling.. 4. Oktober 2001
Von lazza - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The Satanist is my first Dennis Wheatley novel. Until I discovered that a friend was a closet Wheatley fanatic ("he's the best writer EVER!") I never had considered bothering with Wheatley's occult ("the devil made me do it!") nonsense. But when I found a used copy of The Satanist for twenty pence I figured what the heck. And I glad to say I got my money's worth, sort of.
The Satanist is a very complicated story of devil worshipping, mental telepathy, and cold war paranoia. No, none of it is believable for a moment. And Dennis Wheatley is a poor writer in that there is too much silly dialogue, no character development, and weak prose. It often reads like a script of a B movie. But like a wickedly enjoyable B movie the story is shamelessly enjoyable, and Dennis Wheatley seems thoroughly knowledgeable of the occult. So in the end I enjoyed The Satanist.
Bottom line: devilish nonsense, much like reading the script of a cheesy horror movie. But Wheatley's story telling and obvious enthusiasm in the subject matter makes for fun reading.
PS - as other reviewers as noted, The Satanist contains some of the most cruel and completely irrelevent racial slurs I've ever read. Fortunately these comments are not too frequent, but they are certainly hard on the eyes. Such nonsense is outrageous nowadays, and politically incorrect even when The Satanist was written (1960). Bad form, Wheatley.
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