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Hardcover The Blair Witch Project Book

ISBN: 0739405586

ISBN13: 9780739405581

The Blair Witch Project

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Book Overview

In the fall of 1994, three student filmmakers, Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard, and Michael Williams, ventured into the Black Hills of Maryland to investigate the legend of the Blair Witch. They never... This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Very Creepy Stuff!

The Blair Witch Project: A Dossier is a LOT more than just a movie tie-in- It's a very scary experience in it's own right. Author D.A. Stern uses the same "It's all true" approach as the movie, often to chilling effect. The book starts out as a compendium of facts about the missing filmmakers, but soon becomes a semi-sequel, as the investigators whose reports and interviews we've been reading decide to set off into the Black Hills themselves. The characters are vividly rendered by Stern, which is amazing, considering how there isn't a normal narrative structure to work with. I was truly worried about the Investigators by the time they made their way to the ruins of Rustin Parr's house. Stern also provides some much-needed insight into the film that makes repeat viewing MUCH more rewarding, and the entries from Heather's journal shed a whole new light on her character. The book is well-done all around, and I especially appreciated the little spot-varnished handprints all over the cover. Nice touch! Overall, I highly recommend this book to any Blair Witch fan; I think even non-fans will appreciate Stern's storytelling style....

All Too Believeable

When I first saw the Blair Witch Project (might I note, in an old local theatre whose gothic atmosphere only contributed that much more to the mood) I could have easily believed that it was true. When I left the movie theatre, my stomach was in a knot from the sheer intensity of the viewing.And to take it one more step and create this 'dossier' only makes the storyline that much more realistic and believeable. And I love nothing more than being able to immerse myself completely in a piece of fiction. Despite what I have heard many people say about The Project, it and this book are two of the best pieces of fiction I have ever encountered.

I read it in 2 hours!

What a good book. For both my husband and I to read it in 2 hrs or so, sure says something. I love this type of book...suspensful and makes you think. I had to go right out and get the movie that night. The pictures show alot of the movie fottage, but the diary of Heather is the killer in the book. That's what did it for me. I would highly recommend this book, however, until today I thought it was real! So, keep in mind, when I read the book and saw the movie, I beleived it had all actually happened as they said. The killer for me was the part about what it meant in the house when a person was standing facing the wall! Then I saw the last scene in the movie! WOW! Chilling! You'll have to read and watch to find what I mean. Freaked me out! A great book.

It's great!

The book I read was "The Blair Witch Project" by A. Dossier. It was a amazing book because the author uses a very different way of writing. Instead of just writing about "Blair Witch" the book uses interviews, letters, and police reports. You should read this book.

very dispointed that its not true

I watched the movie and i thought that it was real but to my disapointment it was'nt. I still think that these people did a great job on their acting and it was really scary. They got a great imagination who ever wrote the story!
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