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A Head Full of Ghosts

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A chilling thriller that brilliantly blends domestic drama, psychological suspense, and a touch of modern horror, reminiscent of Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves, John Ajvide Lindqvist's Let the Right One In, and Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House.



  • My buddy recommended this book to me, and I gotta say, I was totally into it from start to almost the end. Unfortunately, the last few chapters didn't quite hit the mark for me, and the ending left me wanting more. But overall, it was still a solid read.
  • I had such high hopes for 'A Head Full of Ghosts,' expecting to be scared, horrified, or at least entertained in some way. But to my disappointment, it didn't deliver any of that. Instead, it felt more like a step-by-step manual on how to create a TV series. What a waste of both my money and time.
  • The story of a dysfunctional family turning to reality TV for an exorcism is quite fragmented. The author possesses a knack for vivid descriptions, although it would have been better utilized in a more genuine narrative. Regarding the troubled Barrett family, it remains uncertain whether the teenager's instability is truly a result of her father's job loss and her parents' strained marriage. Is she truly possessed? Or is she simply predisposed to madness on a biochemical level? The author fails to present a convincing argument for the underlying causes of the family's fictional turmoil. While the decision to pursue exorcism may have been a misguided and desperate move on the parents' part, one can empathize with their financial struggles that led them to this point. However, allowing the younger sister to witness the exorcism feels like a far-fetched plot device, making it difficult to suspend disbelief. To be fair to the fictional parents, it's worth noting that traditional psychiatry did not seem to provide any solutions for their daughter's condition. The sections involving the blogger were particularly dreadful, serving as a transparent platform for the author's anti-religious sentiments. On a technical note, the blogger's reference to witches being burned in Salem is incorrect; they were actually hanged. This book carries a heavy sense of grandstanding, almost as if the author aims to draw readers in with the moral dilemma of good versus evil, God versus the Devil, while simultaneously belittling those who approach these mysteries with an open mind.
  • Not my favorite...Don't understand why scary book have to have very nasty parts which are not significantly important to the line of the book. Parts are just painfully repetitive so had just to skip it.
  • Amazing & creepy! This story builds suspense and pulls your emotions in all directions. The ending is so perfect, shocking twists, scary story brilliance ! Instant horror novel classic!!!!
  • I loved that this is written from the little sisters perspective. There was a part that made me feel very squeamish, I won't tell you which part! It's a great read to get into the fall spirit.
  • I listened to this a few days ago and can't stop thinking about it. It's an extremely well-written story and the source of the horror remains ambiguous in the most chilling way. Highly recommend.