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Ok, I get it. You don't like psychology or psychiatry, yada,yada,yada.
One thing that really turns me off a book is for the author to use the story to get on the proverbial... Read more
Tony Miller gives the readers a rather unusual type of love story . Charlie has found a different way of attracting young ladies . He pretends to hunt ghosts . Read morePublished 11 months ago by terry ewing
To be totally honest, I didn't like this book. It's a little wonky, preachy, and mostly paranoid. The story had potential, but it seems the author's bias and prejudice got in the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carole M. Sauer
To be completely honest, I started reading this book and had to put it down. I got so bored with the pages and pages of explaining metaphysics I couldn't bring myself to continue... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Love2Read
A new approach to science fiction makes this a book that I could not finish fast enough. I wanted to know what would happen next. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jeannie B.
The story was great, but they would talk about psychiatry and philosophy a lot which was done what boring, I skimmed past those parts.Published 18 months ago by Rylah Ann
Not only does he delve into the history, but he also brings it to life with the here and now. Excellent reading, greatly written. I recommend it. Thought provoking as well.Published 19 months ago by KizzyCatfish
Stilted writing, stupid and predictable plot and boring «teachable» moments are only a few hallmarks that make this book fail so miserably. Don't bother.Published 20 months ago by Joanne crump