The demonic Pazazu has been at the centre of many movie fans and readers nightmares for the past 40 years. The main unspeakable evil that featured in the seminal novel and movie 'The Exorcist' is set to make a return in author Saurav Dutt's latest novel 'Pazazu Unbound'. Unleashed to coincide with the upcoming release of 'The Exorcist: The Complete Anthology' on Blu-Ray, which arrives on 23 September, the novel sees the return of the winged demon hell-bent on further satisfying its blood lust.
Horror fan Dutt said: "For those horror fans who want to be reminded of the terror, the inhumanity, the unspeakable nightmares that lingered long in the mind from Friedkin and Blatty's masterpieces, this book is a timely reminder that true evil sometimes doesn’t need a Ouija board to be summoned...".
'Pazazu Unbound' is now available to purchase through Amazon in the UK and US in paperback, and in Kindle formats. You can also pick up your copy at Waterstones, Barnes & Noble and even over on iTunes.
For more information please visit: www.sauravdutt.com
"Engulfed in darkness within a desolate road on the edge of civilisation stands the New Terminal Hotel. The fate of a group of strangers is tied inexorably to an ancient and unspeakable evil waiting within its walls ready to be unleashed. The demon Pazazu thrives on human flesh and blood to satiate its burning hunger. It chooses the faithless, the lonely, the estranged, those inflicted with rage and self-contempt for humanity.
As midnight beckons and these lost souls converge upon the unholy grounds, this ancient evil is determined to be awakened, hell-bent on capturing the lives it so craves to satisfy its blood lust. As they enter the silence of God’s tomb, they will come face to face with Pazazu: once banished to Hell forever, never again to torment a human soul but who has now arisen once again to annihilate mankind and destroy countless human lives."