What if The Exorcist had the soundtrack of Top Gun? Or if Ray Russell’s The Case Against Satan had been republished as a Trapper Keeper instead of a Penguin Classic? Grady Hendrix’s My Best Friend’s Exorcism answers those questions head-on with humor, satire, and horror. Set in a private high school in 1988, the novel is as much about the religious and consumer values that posses the culture as the devil that possess the best friend. But unlike Satin, Hendrix has a light touch and My Best Friend’s Exorcism’s cassette tape of social commentary is wrapped in a Teddy Ruxpin of drama and suspense. Hendrix’s writing is fun, smart, and a must-read for both fans of horror and for children of the '80s. But you don’t have to take my word for it.
My Best Friend's Exorcism - Grady Hendrix
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