Rehab

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A government inspector is given a tour of a top-secret rehabilitation centre for violent criminals. The centre utilizes a radical new technique for treating prisoners, which makes extravagant claims of success, but uses brutal methods in order to achieve them. He soon discovers that everything in the facility is not as it seems, and its staff might be hiding a dark secret... More
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Sep. 24, 2016

I suspected the ending, though I had a different character in mind for the surprise. Well done.
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tony parsons reviewed on on Jan. 11, 2014
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Dr. Greta Landsmann (f) met with Mr. Carrington (H.M.P.S., government inspector, 2 girls) to discuss the stem-cell research project. The organization rehabilitate prisoners (violent/sexual offences). The convict’s memory is replaced (total sensory deprivation, disassociation process). Barney is the security guard. The 2 next discussed Subject 53M Danny Arlington (28), he tried to blow up the facility. Mr. Carrington next stop was to meet with the supervisor Dr. Reinhardt (f, scientist). The 3 of them discussed the validity of the Centre’s process’ efficacy (does the treatment work). 12F Poppy Arlington Danny’s wife was this guinea pig.
The mystery unfolds.
Cool book cover. What a great schifi or paranormal twist. Never a dull moment from start/finish. It would make a great movie or TV series. Very easy for me to give the short story (book) 5 stars.
Thank you for the free book (short story)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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Gary Weston reviewed on on Jan. 9, 2014

I quite liked this. Atmospheric. I could "hear' the facilities heavy steel doors clanging. Nicely told. Perhaps just me, but I thought the use of the italics slightly overdone. But a good premise and concept. Thought provoking and entertaining. Good job.
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