KISSINg FREUd

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You are forewarned, sexuality and profanity are explicitly portrayed in Kissing Freud.

Brace yourself for shock. KISSING FREUD explores emotional power with buried secrets like a time bomb. Spellbinding. Scandalous. Ripe. Ruthless. Sensational. A psychotherapist is thrown into a psycho ward so mismanaged that Sigmund Freud would resurrect and crack some heads together. More

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About Ben Campbell

Ben Campbell grew up in San Francisco and is degreed by Stanford University in literature, cosmology and psychology. He also dabbled in photography, and then became a technical writer and optical imaging tech in the medical industry. He's traveled throughout Europe and lived at times in Croatia, France, Turkey and Greece. He writes fiction adventure novels full time and tinkers in narrative nonfiction books. His expertise is bringing vivid social and cultural events to life.

He lives in a French château in Monterey, California. When he's not writing he is studying astrophysics; the origin and fate of the universe, seeking photo ops and enjoying Pacific Ocean views.

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A haunted psychotherapist. Socialized insanity. Impossible secrets. Lust, discovery and panic. "Hilarious, provocative, super-smart, KISSINg FREUd is just brilliant." Stephen King

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Review by: Georgi Abbott on April 28, 2011 :
Wow. I don't even know where to start. I had a difficult time in the beginning because it seemed as if a psychotherapist was writing this and much of the terminology was over my head, and so much of it that I found myself skimming. But my confusion, and even my boredom, soon turned to fascination. I became completely absorbed with the story, stopped skimming and even learned a thing or two. I thought the writing was brilliant, the story infactuating and really got caught up with the main character, Nate. There were some extraordinary characters along the way and Nate's stay in the hospital and 'mental ward' (if that is politically correct) was both alarming and amusing - some pretty witty stuff there. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm hoping for more.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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