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- Print Length: 258 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1511658320
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- Publication Date: May 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X6DD52I
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,260,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I don't know much about self hypnosis, but the characters were very believable. It was a good story with plenty of suspense. I was disappointed in the final few chapters however. Right at the end the scenarios got very messy and did not flow ralistically. It was as if the author had not fully made up his mind as to how the book should end. Had it not been for the ending I would have given it 5 stars.
I did enjoy the story but I do not consider this a psychological suspense at all. It seemed much too simple. I think the author does have a knack for story telling I felt character development and editing could use some work. Something about the story did not seem fully rounded or fleshed out, it's a bit difficult to explain. I was just missing something. I felt as if I was reading a novel aimed at teenagers as opposed to adults but it was still a very interesting idea for a story.
This was a story like none I’ve ever read before. The storyline was a little far-fetched, but due to both main characters having mental problems it made sense. Without understanding the mental state of those characters, one would often think how stupid something was, why would she have stayed and dealt with everything, why would he keep going under etc etc. You just have to keep in mind that they are mentally unstable. You will enjoy the story if you can manage to do that.
It was an enjoyable story with a few twists near the end and there was an end, no abrupt cliff to fall off of or try to hang on to. Each character had their own set of issues, which intertwined nicely. I didn’t notice grammatical or editorial errors. It was an easy to read interesting unique story.
Five stars for uniqueness and lack of errors.
The novel was very unusual.
The premise that a man can undeer self-hypnosis turn himself into another personality at will is a little hard to believe.
The main character Brandon had many alternate personalities that he created himself.
His assistant Dani was too willing to trust him and help him with his plot for revenge for the murder of his parents.
She didn't really know him except in the past and seemed damaged herself.
The book was well written and progressed smoothly.
It was an interesting book and did have some suspense.
It was a fun book to read as long as you did not take it seriously.
I was given this book for free in exchange for an honest review