Escaping Psychiatry has it all: intriguing characters, noir style, thrilling pursuits, dangerous situations, crime, serial killers, religion, family secrets, murder, psychological insights, mental illness, trauma, debates about prejudice and morality, heated trials, police investigations, corruption, and mystery. If you enjoy Wire in the Blood, Cracker and Lie to Me and you are not scared of going deeper and darker, dare to listen in.
Escaping Psychiatry is a collection of three stories with the same protagonist, Mary, a psychiatrist and writer. She is trying to develop her literary career but circumstances and friends conspire to keep dragging her back to psychiatry.
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- Angela Holmes
narrator ruined it
the narrator did not change his tone from when people were laughing to when they were talking normal to when they were angry. He also didn't pause between end of sentences or people talking. he sounded like Steve Urkel on speed. I struggled to get through it and I pray that book 3 is not his voice as the narrator.
- Kindle Customer
Three very captivating and interesting stories
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Theses stories where captivating and include almost every thing you can think about, deceit, murder and secrets are just a few of the things that will intrigue you. The story flows and kept my interest all the way through. You will not be tempted to speed through any part of this book. From the very beginning of the first story I was engaged and listened to the first one twice and replayed some parts of the other two stories. I went to bed thinking and trying to analyze the stories and wondering about how human nature is so complex and people so multidimensional. Yes I highly recommend this audio book.
What other book might you compare Escaping Psychiatry to and why?
I cannot think about any book that this remind me of but I am a big fan of the TV show "Lie to Me", this book remind me of this show.
What aspect of Alan Cooke’s performance would you have changed?
I have to admit I did not particularly like the narrator but the narration fits the story.