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The Hypnotist's Love Story [Format Kindle]

Liane Moriarty

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Revue de presse

“A sharp and funny romantic tale.” —O, the Oprah Magazine

The Hypnotist’s Love Story is an intensely absorbing, excellently written tale that turns Fatal Attraction on its head—finally! Told with wit, charm, empathy, and plenty of suspense, you’ll regret turning the pages so fast to find out how it ends. Loved it!” — Sarah Strohmeyer, bestselling author of Kindred Spirits and The Cinderella Pact

“Spellbinding! Reading Liane Moriarty is like spending the afternoon with a wise, witty, comforting friend. I could not put it down!”—Beth Harbison, author of Always Something There to Remind Me

“[A] smart romance…a fresh spin on grappling with misplaced passion.”—Good Housekeeping

“A witty modern love story in the age of cohabitation, blended families, and second chances, this is a compassionate, absorbing tale. Moriarty has crafted an incredibly likable heroine in Ellen, the hypnotherapist who can solve her clients’ problems but can’t seem to keep her own life from spiraling into soap opera. Readers who enjoy Jennifer Close and Marian Keyes will adore Moriarty’s wit and warmth.”—Booklist (starred review)

“A warmly humorous, gently poignant, ultimately comforting tale of frustration and redemption...Moriarty writes with both a frisky wit and a generosity of spirit that’s truly disarming…It will make you feel warm all over.” —USA Today

“Simply exquisite, fascinating (and frequently hilarious)…as much of a page-turner as any thriller.”—Bookreporter

“Mesmerizing.” –Family Circle

“This superb novel…examines misunderstandings—not just with lovers, but with friends, families and, perhaps most often, ourselves.”—Parade

Présentation de l'éditeur

How far would you go to keep the man of your dreams?

From Liane Moriarty, the author of What Alice Forgot, The Hypnotist's Love Story is a stunning novel about love, life and knowing where to draw the line . . .

Hypnotherapist Ellen is fascinated by what makes people tick. So when she falls in love with Patrick, the fact that he has a stalker doesn't faze her in the slightest. If anything it intrigues her, and the more she hears about Saskia, the more she wants to meet this woman. But what Ellen doesn't know is that they've already met . . .

Saskia has been posing as one of Ellen's clients. Unable to let go of the life she so abruptly lost, she wants to know everything about the woman who took her place. And the further she inches her way into Ellen's world, the more trouble she stirs up.

Ellen's love story is about to take an unexpected turn. But it's not only Saskia who doesn't know where to stop: Ellen also has to ask herself what lines she's prepared to cross to get the happy ending she's always wanted.

Thought-provoking, sympathetic and smart, Liane Moriarty's The Hypnotist's Love Story is a novel for anyone who's ever loved, lost or found it hard to let go.

Praise for What Alice Forgot:

'Gripping, thought-provoking and funny' Marie Claire

'The perfect holiday read' She Magazine

'A call to embrace life' Easy Living

Liane Moriarty is the author of three bestselling novels, Three Wishes, The Last Anniversary and What Alice Forgot. Writing as L.M.Moriarty, she is also the author of the Space Brigade books for children (published in the US as the Nicola Berry, Earthling Ambassador series). She lives in Sydney with her husband and son.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1012 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 544 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin (16 août 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0241955068
  • ISBN-13: 978-0241955062
  • ASIN: B008E0ZBW0
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 hooked from page 1 27 novembre 2011
Par Cloggie Downunder - Publié sur
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The Hypnotist's Love Story is the 4th novel by Australian novelist, Liane Moriarty. The hypnotist is Ellen O'Farrell, actually a hypnotherapist who helps clients deal with addictions, phobias and confidence issues. Ellen falls in love with Patrick, but before the relationship goes far, he warns her he is being stalked by his ex-girlfriend, Saskia. Ellen finds that she is more intrigued than frightened by this, and in fact, would love to meet her. Saskia, however, has been posing as one of Ellen's clients, and has a more intimate knowledge of Ellen's relationship with Patrick than either of them is aware. As events unfold, Ellen, who believes herself to be an upstanding, moral, compassionate person, finds herself tempted to act unethically. She also discovers, to her surprise, that she has to work at her relationship with Patrick. Ellen is perhaps a little over-analytical, and her thoughts certainly provide some humour in the story. Saskia's tale is told in the first person, giving the reader the stalker's perspective on this sort of behaviour, and this was a very interesting and powerful aspect of the story. Moriarty gives us an imaginative plot that explores hypnotism and stalking (of course), as well as touching on addiction, obsession, internet dating, falling in love, professional ethics, the power of the press, knitting and the effects of pregnancy hormones. There are characters to love, hate, admire and laugh at, and the dialogue is just what you hear at the local café, bar or supermarket. Ellen had me snickering, giggling and laughing out loud from the start. This romance with a hint of psychological thriller had me hooked from the first page, and I look forward to reading more of Liane Moriarty's work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lianne Moriarty Does It Again! 20 juin 2012
Par Lyn Craven - Publié sur
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I discovered this author a few months ago (What Alice Forgot) and read all three of her previous books in a row. She writes the most unusual storylines which are completely captivating. "Chick Lit" it may be... but it is GOOD chick lit! Unusually for me, I pre-ordered The Hypnotist's Love Story (thats how confidant I was that I would enjoy this one as much as the others... and it did not disappoint) and read it in two sittings. As previously with this author, I lost sleep because I just HAD to keep reading to see how it all turned out. The trick in this one is how she makes you see the story from every character's point of view (some sooner than others - it took almost to the end to understand where Patrick was coming from) and although you shouldn't like Saskia, somehow you get it and sympathise. Just a great read and I look forward to more from this author.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Favourite novel this year! 18 juin 2012
Par J. schell - Publié sur
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Throughout this novel, I found myself checking the bottom of my kindle to see the percentage of story I had left to read ... I simply did not want this story to end. Having recently watched my daughter be hypnotized at a school event, I was really intrigued with Ellen's practice as a hypnotherapist and all the practical and ethical complications involved. Ellen is an easy character to love. What surprised me most was to find how much I cared about Saskia, the stalker. I found her story just as compelling and understandable as Ellen's. The surrounding cast of characters were wonderful, as well; in particular, I really enjoyed Ellen's interactions with her mother, Ann, who is the antithesis to her sensitive and "new agey" daughter and the genuine issues that need to be resolved with Patrick. I appreciated that where a typical novel might end, this story really carried through to the end so that all my questions and concerns were answered. Last summer, I fell in love with Moriarty's other novel, "What Alice Forgot". I liked this one even better.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Hypnotists Love Story 18 juin 2012
Par Irene - Publié sur
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An easy read, this book engages you with the flip flop style of telling the story from two of the main characters. You remain unsure of the intent of the main characters until close to the end of the book. The writer references Australian content within the book which keeps you connected with the story. A great read for someone who is looking to be entertained.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Leaving a warm and fuzzy feeling 22 septembre 2012
Par Amelia68 - Publié sur
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(3.5 stars)

Liane Moriarty's books "Three Wishes", "The Last Anniversary" and "What Alice Forgot" are some of my favourites on my bookshelf, so I was very much looking forward to reading her fourth novel. With her somewhat quirky and unusual but vividly portrayed and likeable characters, Moriarty has provided yet another enjoyable read - one to look forward to after a hard day at work, putting my feet up, making a cup of tea, and losing myself in another world for a while.

The book tells the story of Ellen, a thirty-something hypnotherapist longing for a fulfilling relationship but getting more than she bargains for when she falls in love with Patrick, a handsome widower and single father of eight-year-old Jack. But as Ellen soon discovers, Patrick comes with even more baggage than his grief for his dead wife: a stalker who is following the new couple on every outing, leaving messages, even breaking into Ellen's house and masquerading as one of Ellen's client client. Ellen discovers that this mystery woman is Saskia, Patrick's ex-girlfriend, who had been his partner and a loving mother to Jack for three years until Patrick suddenly broke off the relationship. Always willing to see the best in people, Ellen does not get angry or jealous, but instead feels a strange kinship with the woman Patrick so despises.

It is a credit to the author to be able to make the character of Saskia not only believable, but also likeable, and enable the reader to understand her pain, emotional turmoil and motivations for her actions, however wrong or strange they may seem. Probably the one thing I like best about Moriarty's books is that they leave me with a warm afterglow, believing in the good in people. Contrary to most other people's reactions, Ellen does not get jealous or hateful when confronted with Patrick's ex-girlfriend stalking them, but tries to understand her pain. Who else does that? But through Ellen's kind-heartedness, and Saskia's first person narrative, the reader also gets the chance to feel empathy for Saskia rather than disgust over her actions. I love to be reminded that there is always a flipside to every story, and that it is better not to judge people unless we have been in their situation. As Saskia tells her story, I felt more and more drawn to her, feeling her pain. Of all the characters in this story, Patrick irritated me most for the best part of the book, and only partly redeeming himself in the later pages (so much for being non-judgmental!).

Written with insight and humour, this is a novel which will warm your heart and make you smile. A nice break from my usual fare of murder mysteries.
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