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The Omen
The Omen
Author: David Seltzer
ISBN: 222

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Awesome classic everyone has to read and then have nightmares from
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Book has bottom right corner cut off; approx 1 "
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Accidents, terror, stalkings, deaths, all centered around their son,
Damien, and the ominous hidden birthmark!
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Includes 8 pages of film scenes from origional movie.
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I have seen the movie and read the book. The book is not the horror of today. It is good, but a little hard to follow through out. Its a book for a dreary rainy day.
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Moments after his son is born in Rome, ambassador Robert Thorn is approached by a priest and told that the baby is dead, but that a replacement can be offered. Thorn accepts the offer, agreeing not to tell his wife. Soon after Thorn is appointed as US ambassador to England. A series of strange deaths begin to surround the child Damien as it grows up. A priest comes to Thorn, telling him the child is the anti-Christ, a son of the Devil. Thorn has him thrown out but shortly after the priest is bizarrely killed. Soon events force Thorn to confront what the priest says as truth and he and a journalist set out on an international quest to find a means of killing Damien.