The Visitor epub

by Chauncey G. Parker III


The Visitor epub

ISBN: 0451095626

ISBN13: 978-0451095626

Author: Chauncey G. Parker III

Category: Literature and Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Berkley; First Edition edition (February 3, 1981)

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Rating: 4.7

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Chauncey G. Parker III. THE ULTIMATE NIGHTMARE. For rising young executive Bart Hughes, his Manhattan brownstone was his castle-a haven of peace and security amid the urban rot of New York.

Chauncey G. Now, with his wife and children away for the summer, it was more peaceful stil. ntil he discovered he was not alone but had an uninvited guest in the hous. ntil his home became a hunting ground where he stalked his intruder.

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Of Unknown Origin is a 1983 Canadian-American horror film directed by George P. Cosmatos and starring Peter Weller. It was written by Brian Taggert and based on the novel The Visitor by Chauncey G. It was filmed on location in Montreal, Quebec but set in New York City. The film won two awards at the Paris Film Festival. Mild-mannered everyman Bart Hughes has a great life in New York City

Chauncey G. Parker III (1926–2013). 1983 Of Unknown Origin (novel "The Visitor"). Did You Know? Trivia: As a member of the . delegation to the United Nations Security Council in October 1962. He served as an adviser to Adlai Stevenson, the . representative who famously confronted his Soviet counterpart about the presence of missiles in Cuba.

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The Visitor by Chauncey G. Parker II. Starring. The film has a main title montage that consists of comic book covers set to Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Born on the Bayou", and features Dick Durock and Louis Jourdan reprising their roles as Swamp Thing and Anton Arcane respectively, along with Sarah Douglas and Heather Locklear. Mrs. Soffel is a 1984 American drama film directed by Gillian Armstrong, starring Diane Keaton and Mel Gibson and based on the story of condemned brothers Jack and Ed Biddle, who escaped prison with the aid of the warden's wife, Kate Soffel.

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This long-forgotten novel is the basis for the movie "Of Unknown Origin" starring Peter Weller and Shannon Tweed. It was later reprinted under that title.

The main character, Bart (played by Weller in the movie), is left at home by himself when his wife takes their kid on vacation. He is terrorized by a giant rat that seems to have a mind of its own and seems to be out to get him. His friends, co-workers, and family all think he is having a nervous breakdown as the rat drives him to drink and to act in ways he has never acted before. The final showdown with the rat was a bit more over-the-top in the movie, but was handled well in the book.

A pretty creepy and well done book that was turned into a movie that scared the pants off of me when I was in 7th grade. I would like to see more from this author, who seems to have only published one or two more books in a career that spans over 20 years.
Like the other reviewer, I first read this book as a pre-teen and was floored by it. I was intrigued enough to remember the book (I never saw the movie, as the other reviewer has) and purchase it again as a middle-aged man. The book has not grown with me. I find the writing hackneyed and trite. I should have been content with my memories . . .