Golgotha Falls

Golgotha Falls Golgotha Falls lies in a desolate and blighted valley in northern Massachusetts where in Father Bernard K Lovell priest of the Church of the Eternal Sorrows fell prey to isolation and despair

  • Title: Golgotha Falls
  • Author: Frank De Felitta
  • ISBN: 9785550093153
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Golgotha Falls lies in a desolate and blighted valley in northern Massachusetts where, in 1919, Father Bernard K Lovell, priest of the Church of the Eternal Sorrows, fell prey to isolation and despair and entered a dark night of madness, necrophilia and suicide Then, in 1978, a Jesuit priest was sent to reconsecrate the church but found himself seized in the foul grip ofGolgotha Falls lies in a desolate and blighted valley in northern Massachusetts where, in 1919, Father Bernard K Lovell, priest of the Church of the Eternal Sorrows, fell prey to isolation and despair and entered a dark night of madness, necrophilia and suicide Then, in 1978, a Jesuit priest was sent to reconsecrate the church but found himself seized in the foul grip of bestiality Now Father Malcolm, a saintly priest, has arrived to do battle with the forces of Satan that have possessed the church, while two brilliant scientists of the paranormal from Harvard University have traveled to the site to investigate a century s worth of bizarre happenings None of them are prepared for what they will encounter an evil dating back to the dawn of time that could bring about the end of days .

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    1. There is a genre of Catholic horror. It is quite different from Protestant horror (Stephen King), Lovecraftian horror (self-evident), atheist horror (too many to mention) and Jewish horror (realistic fiction). The Catholic horror involves exorcism, lots of theology, opulent descriptions, and discreet misogyny. Think "The Exorcist" and its progeny. I love the genre because, like many atheists, I love theology. This is a great specimen: it has a defiled church, a clash of science and faith, lots o [...]

    2. I loved De Felitta's novel Audrey Rose, but Golgotha Falls is one book of his that I wish I'd avoided.

    3. I read this book as a teenager and for some reason, the memory of reading it has stuck with me all these years. I was consumed, disturbed and engrossed in it. Curious if I read it again now, if it would have the same effect.

    4. Battle between Good and EvilWas it actually meant to read like a Catholic book of revelation? Ugh. Too much religious philosophy for my taste. The best part was the goats going at it in the beginning!

    5. Biblically themed pulp horror--the same subject matter is utilized to better effect by others. For example: William Peter Blatty.

    6. another novel where the main character is an absolute dickcheese, and you're absolutely hoping for him to fail at everything. hell, i'd rather him dead. and soon. there are ways to make your character the antithesis of the secondary protagonist -- in this case, the priest -- being set up as your real hero, but holy smokes, try not to make him the most arrogant dickhead on the face of the planetinly, your female protagonist is then set up to be even less believable than written, becasue any sense [...]

    7. A good story about the etrnal conflict between religion and paranormal science. Also a very good piece of possession horror - which I am oddly fond of.

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