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Torn in Two: The Files of Tatum Soaren Paperback – May 7, 2012
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Brit Sigh obtained a bachelor's degree in psychology at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska. He is an avid reader with suspense, thriller and mystery among his favorite genres. When Brit was a kid he wished he had superpowers preferable telekinesis, a power he used as a basis to create his debut novel 'Torn in Two'.
As a young boy Tatum Soaren lost his parents in a horrific accident to which he was the only survivor. Tormented by memories of that day, Tatum is placed in a psychiatric ward for treatment of a state of catatonia; a treatment regime that lasts three years. While in the hospital he connects to Dr. Tristyn Holmes, his psychiatrist.
In the midst of the sessions Dr. Holmes, she begins to notice an unsettling change in the boy as Landon, a second, more aggressive personality comes forth. With Dr. Holmes persistent help Tatum is able to control Landon and get back to his old self. At least that's what they both think until Tatum raises his ugly head when it's least expected.
Recurring nightmares and strange happenings draw Tatum back to Dr. Holmes, who is now a professor at the University he attends, for sessions to help get to the root of his troubles. In the midst of the sessions Dr. Holmes is found gruesomely murdered and Tatum is sent back into the tail-spin of his youth, and the awakening of Landon and a secret ability they share.
The race is on for the police to catch Dr. Holmes killer before he strikes again.
This book was incredibly well-written. Brit Sigh works two periods of time back and forth seamlessly.Read more ›
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As a Minnesota native, I chose "Torn In Two" for its Minneapolis settings and interesting premise. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down! Read morePublished on January 16, 2014 by Shannon
Torn in two by Brit Sigh is a provocative psychological thriller. Starting with Tatum Soaren, as each character is introduced and developed the reader is drawn into the... Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by Lady-Doctor
I have been searching for a book to keep me intrigued since giving up Stephen King and Torn in Two gives me hope. Read morePublished on April 30, 2013 by BajanGirl