The Exorcists House by Nick Roberts

Alright, so I know I said that I was going to post this review on the 6th….but I decided I can’t wait that long! So, here it is!

Price: Pre-order for $4.99 at Amazon

Page Count: 287 pages

Categories: Occult Supernatural, Psychological Thriller, Horror

Published: May 6, 2022



This psychological thriller follows a family to their Appalachian farmhouse, where they encounter an unimaginable horror.

In the summer of 1994, psychologist Daniel Hill buys a rustic farmhouse nestled in the rolling hills of West Virginia.

Along with his wife and teenage daughter, the family uproots their lives in Ohio and moves south. They are initially seduced by the natural beauty of the country setting. That soon changes when they discover a hidden room in the basement with a well, boarded shut and adorned with crucifixes.

Local legends about the previous owner being an exorcist come to light, but by then, all Hell has broken loose.

This 1990s horror novel is perfect for fans of family thriller books, stories of demonic possession, exorcism fiction, the occult, or thrillers like The Exorcist, A Head Full of Ghosts, and The Amityville Horror.

Proudly represented by Crystal Lake Publishingโ€”Tales from the Darkest Depths.


* I got this as an ARC, in exchange for an honest review.*

So I want to start off, by saying that this is better than, The Exorcist. This book has so many thinks happen in 287 pages. There are so many twists in here, that you will feel like the chair got ripped out from under you…and you are falling, and don’t know where you’re going to land.

I loved all of these characters, flaws, and all. This book, is the best of the best. I applaud Nick Roberts for making this so good. You never see what’s to come; it’s always a surprise. Isn’t that the best?! I’d have to say this is one of the best horror books, I have ever read. I never expected the ending, at all, and I absolutely loved it! What will happen next?! After an ending like that, I hope there will be a sequel. A girl, can always hope…right?!