I enjoyed this book much more than the last Gregg Luke novel I read. This one has very compelling characters and storyline.
Childhood was a happy, carefree time for Joseph Ramirez . I enjoyed this book much more than the last Gregg Luke novel I read. I feel that when the author is able to make me actually feel an emotion towards the characters then they have done their job well.
I love his style of writing. He brings the characters to life with their different dialects.
Ships from and sold by braineybooks2. I love his style of writing. you can almost hear it! Gregg is also a master of suspense, unravelling the story as you go. But most of all I love how action-packed his books are! They keep me on the edge of my seat, and make it hard to take a break. Bloodborne is one of his best! Action and excitement from the very first page.
I’m not certain which genre to place it in. It’s clearly psychological drama, but it’s also a mystery with strong social issue leanings, and there’s a hint of romance. Whatever anyone wants to call it, it’s a tremendous and powerful story.
Gregg Luke masterfully employs contemporary hypnotherapy to uncover a devastating past in the psychologically gripping novel. The text says this couple is from Aalborg, Jutland, Denmark. Intense and very moving. Clinical Psychologist. A tremendous and powerful story. Jennie Hansen, Merdian Magazine. I notice however that the transcription of their accents seems German or Dutch, and their parting words are tot ziens which I believe is Dutch. Is it common for Danish persons of that region to also speak Dutch, or is this an anomaly? greggluke1.
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