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Of English police officer David Hanlin who is reuested to investigate the murder of a local child During the protagonist's short stay he i. I don t know where to begin with this oneIt s a weird trippy 60 s novel characterized by off kilter realityIf you re a fan of The Wicker Man it s worth a read just to The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles just to

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This novel was the inspiration for the cult movie The Wicker Man Set against an enclosed rural Cornish landscape Ritual follows the trail. Not exactly the mind blowing and hideous yet beautiful and strangely psychedelic 1973 British adaptation that I remember The Wicker Man but this book is still worth c

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S slowly subjected to a spectacle of psychological trickery sexual seduction ancient religious practices and nightmarish sacrificial ritua. At the book s heart is the kernel of the idea for The Wicker Man but it is almost unreadable owing to the stylistic uality of the narrative The author ties himself in


10 thoughts on “Ritual By David Pinner

  1. says:

    Not exactly the mind blowing and hideous yet beautiful and strangely psychedelic 1973 British adaptation that I remember The Wicker Man but this book is still worth checking out for its classic status uniue style and compelling mystery

  2. says:

    This novel is filled with many priceless examples of overwritten prose particularly regarding the character Anna's breasts which behave in ways contrary to both nature and basic anatomy ex She stopped pursing her nipples towards him It's interesting as prose archaeology if you're a fan of THE WICKER MAN but I wouldn't rec

  3. says:

    2 stars it was OK I read this because the book is the inspiration for my favorite folk horror movie The Wicker Man No not the Nicolas Cage version I liked the description of the town and how it contorted reality But overall I found it melodramaticoverwritten and dated racist and sexist

  4. says:

    David Pinner Ritual Finders Keepers 1967I find it absolutely staggering that Ritual was out of print for as long as it was before being resurrected by Finders Keepers—a music collective not a press—in 2011 After all Ritual is the novel th

  5. says:

    I have never read a book with so many exclamation marks inThis is the book that inspired The Wicker Man and there are parts of it that were so like key scenes in the film that I now have to go and re watch it Supposedly set in Cornwall there seems to be very little that's Cornish about it admittedly strange and witchy th

  6. says:

    I don't know where to begin with this oneIt's a weird trippy 60's novel characterized by off kilter realityIf you're a fan of The Wicker Man it

  7. says:

    Since this book is primarily read because it is the inspiration behind 1973's The Wicker Man it is difficult to evaluate it on its own merits without comparing it to the far famous and superior film Fundamentally this novel is a murder mystery; however the mystery is never uite resolved nor is the nature of the titular ritual explained It is

  8. says:

    At the book's heart is the kernel of the idea for The Wicker Man but it is almost unreadable owing to the stylistic uality of the narrative The author ties himself in knots in an ostentatious attempt to include simile and other devic

  9. says:

    The chances are if you read this novel you’re doing so because of The Wicker Man The film started as an adaptation of this novel they bought the rights to the book but immediately went the way of so many adaptations by throwing away everything but the basic idea Puritanical policeman investigates occult goings on in a remote community and one scene the through the wall seduction And in this case that was probably a good thingRitual foll

  10. says:

    It's difficult not to compare this to The Wicker Man when you're reading it which is a shame because the book while an obvious inspiration for the film really is a completely different story and one which the movie took to a new levelStill although it pales in comparison to the story of the film it's still a great read and it's fascinating to see the concepts that became on screen characters Anna and her incredible stretching brea

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