The Hypnotist

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A young woman is so desperate to overcome her phobias that she decides to undergo hypnosis. Her chosen hypnotist cures all phobias... and then some.
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Review by: Sherry Howard on April 24, 2016 :
I found the story intriguing. It kept my attention and had me wondering what was going to happen. I thought the descriptions were truly accurate and helped the reader feel as if they were a part of the story. I was left with some questions but I believe that is some of the brilliance of the story. I would definitely recommend this story. Very interesting!
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Review by: Mary Jane Bryan on April 21, 2016 :
A great story! A wonderful psychological thriller that you can't put down until the end. You are put right into the mind and thoughts of the person. A must read!
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Review by: H.A. Calahan on April 20, 2016 :
Brilliant! You genuinely feel the fears of the main character and the resolution to those fears has shades of the great masters all in it! R.L.Stine, King, both seem to have influenced this piece.
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Review by: Adarsh on April 20, 2016 :
This is my opinion as a reader.
Well, the Hypnotist was... what to say... a mysterious story. A woman gets an unusual fobia (well... not so unusual) from her childhood experience that her mother was died out of some infection or by some bacteria. And it leads to that particular fobia. For the treatment she approaches a hypnotist who then leads her through weird hallucinations and such which dominated a good portion of the story except the fact that title and copyright and about the author pages covered the half of the total pages. That's not bad at all. Is it???
And the end disappointed me a little. Why did he do that??? And I personally didn't like that climax. And one more thing that I felt was that, the story lacked a bond between the beginning and end.. Like the story started somewhere and ended somewhere else with no relation to the theme.
The cover image gets connection to the end. A good one.
Whatever, the best thing was that the reading was fun and interesting and won't let you take a break from it untill you finish reading.
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