Author Archives: Andrew Pyper
Knocked out by this. The Demonologist is #3 on the Maclean’s Hardcover Fiction Bestseller List in Canada in its first week out. And it’s #1 among Canadian titles. Thanks for all the support and all the reading, friends. Wow.
“It’s impossible to ignore the devils and demons who have a tangible presence in this story, but the novel’s deeper pleasure comes from the analysis Ullman applies to these horrors…Bring on the devils.”—The New York Times Book Review The … More
“This book is going to be big, and it’s going to be popular, and it absolutely deserves to be both of these things. You should buy it, and read it, and let it scare you stupid…I’ll say this: I’ve read … More
My sixth novel, The Demonologist, was officially published just three days ago. You’d think the experience couldn’t be any more fresh than it is now, and in many ways, it is unquestionably exciting and surprising and new. But in other … More
Born yesterday, March 5, 2013, to a bespectacled novelist, a healthy book, 1 1/2 pounds. The father is proud to name the newborn THE DEMONOLOGIST. There will be no church christening.
I was on TV this morning. They put make-up on me and everything. It was exciting and strange and dream-like in its brevity. But I didn’t spill anything, and heard words coming out of my mouth in answer to the … More
The first newspaper interview with me about The Demonologist is up now over at the National Post site (out in the physical paper in the Saturday edition), where the excellent Books Editor there, Mark Medley, pitched the questions and wrote … More
Wanted to follow up on my last post announcing that The Demonologist has been chosen a Best Book of the Month by Amazon.com. This remains true. But at first I thought the selection was part of a long list, and … More
There’s a star e-stickered to the Amazon.com page for The Demonologist I just saw, a star that says “Best of the Month.” What does this mean? It means that the good (and attractive, and tasteful, and smart) people at Amazon have … More