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  • 11 September 2017
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Read Trance by Adam Southward ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook St risk inmates And then his assigned psychologist inexplicably takes his own lifeAlex Madison a former forensic psychologist turned private therapist is brought in to interview Victor He suspects that Victor is controlling his victims somehow coaxing them into a suggestive trance It seems like science fiction but as Alex digs deeper he un. It is possible to be intrigued with a story but also be disenchanted with the arrogance of the main character and such was the case here Alex Madison is a philandering jerk who seems to be aimless and without any sense of purpose He s a miserable soul and while I didn t like him at all I still had to see how things would get resolved While I was somewhat caught off guard with a twist of one of the characters near the end of the story I found most of the plot predictable I didn t feel like the author explained the chemistry between a couple of the characters very well at all and so I didn t buy into their relationship at all This was just an OK read for me nothing spectacular

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Read Trance by Adam Southward ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Covers a frightening reality of secret research and cruel experimentation and the perpetrators are closer to home than he could ever have imaginedToo late Alex learns the true extent of what Victor is capable of and who he’s after With everything he holds dear at risk can Alex take control of a dangerous mind before it takes control of h. Despite a promising start this novel slowly devolves into a bad episode of the X files A celebrated clinical psychologist Alex takes on the rare forensic case He is to examine a strange Romanian prisoner who was found at the scene of a brutal murder suicide Seems like a lot of people kill themselves when this prisoner is around But Alex has all the usual baggage a divorced wife he still loves a precocious brat plenty of angst and guilt which he assuages with an addiction to Xanax The case unfolds predictably with this supposedly brilliant man doing incredibly stupid things I was disappointed with this book the prose is flat and Alex is a bore The confinement of the prisoner is definitely not believable at most he was a witness and the immigration hold was just a sham and a weak one at that The plot was one I ve seen and enjoyed on the X Files among others There was potential but it was uickly lost A slog to read through pass

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Read Trance by Adam Southward ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook His victims are powerless He is in control This is his revenge and he’s only just begunThree university scientists are found dead in a gruesome murder suicide and the only suspect in the case Victor Lazar is uickly captured When the spate of violent suicides follows him to prison he is moved to solitary confinement reserved for the highe. 15 stars Trance is the fIrst book I have read by Adam Southward The book tells the story of Dr Alex Madison who is a private psychiatrist assigned to do a forensic interview on an inmate suspected of causing the death of several individuals The inmate Victor appears to have the ability to control others by whisperIng commands to them and then makes them do things against their will such as committing suicide It is an interesting premise but it doesn t take long for the story to detour into the land of the absurd with a backstory that is unbelievable and a main storyline that although interesting gets worse the you learn about the characters The book deteriorates even worse when the author delves and into mind control and what the vIctIm is experiencing during the period of control Throw in some ridiculous characters from a secret organization that are brought in to save the day and the book finally skids to a halt as one of the worst books I ve read this year The author is good at writing dialogue between characters but when adding supernatural elements to a suspense novel there is a fine line on how far the author can go before it reaches the level of absurd Unfortunately the author reaches that point early on and never turns back Stephen King was able to do this to perfection in The Outsider but I haven t read too many other good examples of this beIng done successfully