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PSYCHOPHILIA: A NOVEL: A Disturbing Psychological Thriller (English Edition) par [Muckley, Michelle]
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Plagued with strange memory gaps, Charlotte wants her life back, even if someone has to die for her to get it. She has tried so hard to be what Gregory wanted her to be, and yet still he doesn't love her. Pregnant, miserable, and knowing she is being betrayed by the one person she had left to rely on, she promises herself that she will do whatever it takes.
She must learn the truth about what happened before that day on the lake, but lies can be seductive and easier to believe, especially when they are her own.

Described as one of the most disturbing books one reviewer had ever read, follow Charlotte, our female protagonist through a journey of discovery as she battles to learn the truth about her life.

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Biographie de l'auteur

I decided that I was going to be a writer from a young age. Apparently, I also decided to be a procrastinator, and waited twenty years before I finally wrote Chapter One. In the meantime I studied science and started working in cardiology. I loved this job, but there was a creative need that remained unfulfilled. It was at this point that I began to write my first book. Six years later, having uprooted from England and having settled on the southern Mediterranean shores of Cyprus, the dream to publish is now a reality. I am still working as a part time scientist, but I am also writing daily. When I am not sat at the computer you will find me hiking in the mountains, drinking frappe at the beach, or talking to myself in the kitchen in the style of an American celebrity chef. Just think Ina Garten.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 485 pages
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  • Editeur : Michelle Muckley; Édition : 1 (27 avril 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Par dbc le 10 février 2015
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It was very disturbing indeed as the title promissed.
I was stressed reading it until the end. Felt every emotion the the main character felt.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you enjoy Psychological Thrillers/Mystery, you will love this book 3 juin 2014
Par Sandraelaine - Publié sur
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I received this eBook from the author for an honest evaluation. I love mysteries and psychological thrillers. This book ranks right up there with those I've read. Poor Charlotte (main character). appears to have some Obsessive, Compulsive characteristics and mental illness. She has a poor relationship with her husband and yearns to mend their relationship. Her husband seems disinterested in Charlotte and not vested in their relationship. He wants certain characteristics in a wife and Charlotte does not live up to his expectation, so it seems. Is her husband having an affair with the housemaid, is Charlotte delusional? Charlotte so wants a "normal" life, her life. She feels judged by all around her. Page by page, you will question what is reality and what is part of Charlotte's illness. This book envelops you. You just want to keep reading page after to page to unfold the mystery. I definitely, without hesitation, recommend this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Superb! 4 mai 2014
Par E.P. Scott - Publié sur
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I felt for Charlotte as I began this book; psychosis that crushed her, a tortured past, unremembered events, distorted memories, a distant husband, a fake life. This was a woman who struggled to regain a former part of herself, attempted to extricate herself from the life that held her back from recovery.

Betrayal, deceit. Truths hidden behind closed doors. Bloodied palms unable to grasp onto the reality of a life torn away by a failed attempted suicide.

Or is it all a lie.

What is Charlotte's real story? Has she really disconnected from reality? Does she really suffered from psychosis? Is it all a devious plan to exact revenge? The question you will ask yourself as you wade through the murky waters is "what is real?"

With all the players on stage, I enjoyed the roller-coaster ride as the truth slowly revealed itself. And, I must say it was an ending that left me staring at the page saying to myself "Is that it? No, that can't be it!" I even flipped ahead once to see if there was an epilogue. It was a sad finish, but an appropriate one with an unexpected finale that left me thinking, "Damn, that was a wonderful story."

Ms. Muckley has written a superb, gripping, psychological thriller that takes the reader into the depths of a mind lost in a maelstrom of mental illness. Then she throws in a good measure of deceit, a dash of lies, a cup or so of spine-tingling fear, and mixes it together to create a plot that will have you turning page after page to find out what the truth really is.

Michelle's writing is crisp, concise, and brutally to the point. She creates a truly terrifying, and yet sympathetic, realistic character. Charlotte has no inhibitions in what she says and what she thinks and the author's writing style will stab at you, hack away your own sanity as you step off the precipice and spiral into Charlotte's world. And you will enjoy it.

"But, remember. Sometimes, Charlotte, we need to remember..."

4.5-stars. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys thrillers and mysteries with a character lost in her own Psychophilia.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark and disconcerting 23 mai 2014
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Psychophilia was indeed a dark, psychological tale. Told from inside the mind of a mentally ill woman, one is never quite sure what is reality and what is a part of her illness. There are many questions left unanswered, and in fact, for most of the book, I was left feeling like I was in the dark as to what was happening. While this is not my normal type of read and I didn't ever get comfortable reading it, I can vouch for its ability to drag one down into the depths of mental illness. The writing is effective in that way. For the reader who enjoys this sort of work, this is likely an excellent read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My Review 1 juin 2014
Par Monica F - Publié sur
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Charlotte is insane, at least that seems to be what everyone around her thinks. She doesn't seem to fit in her life. She isn't sure she's ever quite fit. Since her "accident," aka suicide attempt, she's missing a good portion of memory. What is reality? What is madness? Can she ever find out?

An intricate and intense narrative drives characters and readers through this world of potential madness. Due to the point of view, at times, there is an almost claustrophobic sensation as the lead character seems to be feeling. Without giving away too much plot, I shall stop here.

Characters are authentic, intense, calculating, and emotional.

Overall, powerful read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A suspenseful page-turner 30 avril 2014
Par Bookish Girl - Publié sur
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I received an ARC free from the author in exchange for my honest review.
Psychophilia, by Michelle Muckley is structured around a woman recovering from memory loss and psychosis. She is pregnant, and very excited to be so, but her husband has recently seemed to lose interest in her. She is afraid that he is having an affair with their, altogether too perfect, Japanese maid, Ishiko. She wants her husband's affection back, and secretly imagines murdering her beautiful young maid.
Michelle's writing style is clear and evocative, she creates an aura of intrigue and tension with her words, which makes for exciting reading. The book is very hard to put down, and extremely suspenseful.
The characters are realistically drawn, but none too likable, especially the prime protagonists, Charlotte and Gregory, the husband and wife team around whom the story unfolds. However, this in no way detracts from the tale, in fact it kinda creates a morbid curiosity for the reader to relish. Suspense pulses throughout the piece and makes the book a rollicking page-turner of a novel.
I especially liked the dark, foreboding air that swirls through the story, it engulfs the protagonists and promotes the concept of confusion so inherent in the work. Life after all, seldom produces satisfying reaction to reason, and even more so where mental illness is present. This is a disturbing tale about a woman whose distraught emotions are more a product of her own mind than the reality in which she finds herself. Her existence is fraught with imaginings, and makes for more than one jaw-dropping twist in the story.
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