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The Hypnotic Assassin Paperback – December 25, 2014
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About the Author
Dan Jones is a hypnotherapist with Asperger's. This make his take on the World different to most.
He has been studying hypnosis for over 20 years and is an author of bestselling books on hypnosis including 'Hypnotherapy' and 'Advanced Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Scripts'.
'The Hypnotic Assassin' is Dan Jones first novel which he wrote whilst in a hypnotic trance as part of National Novel Writing Month.
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Top customer reviews
The story moves along at a very fast pace - appropriate for a thriller - but I did feel that a little more time could have been devoted to exploring the characters of the victims and to creating atmosphere around what were, potentially, shocking and horrific scenes. Sometimes these scenes were narrated so rapidly and matter-of-factly that their impact was somewhat lost.
One thing which did spoil the book for me somewhat was that the grammar, punctuation, spelling and syntax were frequently pretty shaky. I am aware that I am, perhaps, more picky than most regarding this stuff, but I'm afraid that, for me, this became a distraction from the story itself. The book would really benefit from a professional edit.
All in all, an engaging read, and although, for the reasons outlined above, I have given it only a modest three star review, I would nevertheless recommend it to thriller fans who like something a little different.