Terapia



✿ [EPUB] ✷ Terapia By Sebastian Fitzek ❥ – E17streets4all.co.uk Ni testigos ni pistas ni cad ver Josy, la hija de doce a os del conocido psiquiatra Viktor Larenz, desaparece en misteriosas circunstancias de la consulta del m dico que la trata de una extra a enferm Ni testigos ni pistas ni cad ver Josy, la hija de doce a os del conocido psiquiatra Viktor Larenz, desaparece en misteriosas circunstancias de la consulta del m dico que la trata de una extra a enfermedad Cuatro a os despu s, Viktor, sumido en una profunda tristeza, se ha retirado a una remota casa en una isla del Mar del Norte All lo localiza una hermosa desconocida que padece alucinaciones ve constantemente a una ni a peque a, una ni a que padece una extra a enfermedad y que desaparece de la consulta del m dico sin dejar rastro Viktor inicia entonces un tratamiento con la desconocida, pero la Terapia se convierte paulatinamente en un dram tico interrogatorio Es posible lo inconcebible Describen los delirios de Anna los ltimos d as de Josyi ha sido desde el momento de su publicaci n un fen meno de superventas Ha supuesto el descubrimiento de uno de los escritores m s sorprendentes de los ltimos a os.Terapia

Sebastian Fitzek was born in Berlin in After going to law school and being promoted to LLD he decided against a juridical profession for a creative occupation in the media After the traineeship at a private radio station he switched to the competition as head of entertainment and became chief editor later on, thereafter becoming an independent executive consultant and format developer for numerous media companies in Europe He lives in Berlin and is currently working in the programme management of a major capital radio station.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Terapia
  • Sebastian Fitzek
  • Spanish
  • 20 January 2019
  • 8498726808

10 thoughts on “Terapia

  1. says:

    4 StarsDr Viktor Larenz s twelve year old girl, Josy, was ill, had mysterious symptoms and doctors didn t know what was her illness One day, he left her in the waiting room of the doc s office to fetch her some water and when he came back Josy wasn t there He thought she went to the doc s office but she had vanished into the thin airFour years later Josy is still missing A mental patient suffers from schizophrenia turned up on his doorstep She is a novelist for children and she is conv 4 StarsDr Viktor Larenz s twelve year old girl, Josy, was ill, had mysterious symptoms and doctors didn t know what was her illness One day, he left her in the waiting room of the doc s office to fetch her some water and when he came back Josy wasn t there He thought she went to the doc s office but she had vanished into the thin airFour years later Josy is still missing A mental patient suffers from schizophrenia turned up on his doorstep She is a novelist for children and she is convinced that she s being hounded by characters of her books She is sure each character she writes, they come alive in real life And one of the stories is so much like Josy s Who is she How does she know about Josy What s taking her so long Can Anna s delusions describe Josy s last days Where is his daughter Told in mostly single POV, 3rd person It s a standalone novel, well written and fast paced with short chapters, unreliable characters and with a satisfactory ending It was a good engaging thriller It was my first read by this author and it won t be my last Overall, I had a good time reading this and hope you enjoy it as well

  2. says:

    this book felt like it was directed by christopher nolan or martin scorsese, honestly.take inception or shutter island for example if you ve seen these movies, you probably can relate to how i m feeling right now i m in a whole other universe, i don t know what year it is, my head is spinning at 60 mph and my last two brain cells are working on overdrive tryna catch on to what the fuck just happened and i fucking i love that shit, man.i feel like that tiny exploding head emoji poor lil guy i this book felt like it was directed by christopher nolan or martin scorsese, honestly.take inception or shutter island for example if you ve seen these movies, you probably can relate to how i m feeling right now i m in a whole other universe, i don t know what year it is, my head is spinning at 60 mph and my last two brain cells are working on overdrive tryna catch on to what the fuck just happened and i fucking i love that shit, man.i feel like that tiny exploding head emoji poor lil guy is so confused and i can relate.this book truly makes me want to get out of my comfort zoneand reach for thrillers every once in a while well done, mr fitzek

  3. says:

    This won t be much of a review because this wasn t much of a book I started reading this book months ago but couldn t get into it On this second try, I read much further before considering quitting but I stuck with it.This was mostly a history of Dr Viktor Larenz and his missing daughter Confusing first half to two thirds There was nothing to believe everything was suspicious Characters were stiff and dialogue was stilted Then the final few chapters explained everything I could have sav This won t be much of a review because this wasn t much of a book I started reading this book months ago but couldn t get into it On this second try, I read much further before considering quitting but I stuck with it.This was mostly a history of Dr Viktor Larenz and his missing daughter Confusing first half to two thirds There was nothing to believe everything was suspicious Characters were stiff and dialogue was stilted Then the final few chapters explained everything I could have saved time and just read the last third There wasn t enough suspense for me

  4. says:

    I ve read a few book written by this German author all translated into English from his mother tongue Fitzeck seems to specialise in creating scenes of tortuous intrigue and suspense before landing a twisting finish that gives the lie to the readers understanding of events previously described In this story, we first meet Dr Viktor Larenz, a renowned psychiatrist who is in a state of panic at what he perceives to be the disappearance of his twelve year old daughter, Josy He d left her in th I ve read a few book written by this German author all translated into English from his mother tongue Fitzeck seems to specialise in creating scenes of tortuous intrigue and suspense before landing a twisting finish that gives the lie to the readers understanding of events previously described In this story, we first meet Dr Viktor Larenz, a renowned psychiatrist who is in a state of panic at what he perceives to be the disappearance of his twelve year old daughter, Josy He d left her in the offices of another doctor for a few minutes during which time she appears to have been abducted In the months and years that follow, struggling to deal with this devastating event, Larenz takes to the drink and in time his wife leaves him His life in tatters, he closes down his professional practice.The scene then shifts to a psychosomatic clinic where Lorenz, under restraint, is talking to a fellow psychiatrist who is trying to dig the back story out of him Why exactly is he here And why under restraint Is Larenz, in fact, accused of killing his own daughter It s not clear In fact, nothing is clear As the scene continues, we start to hear Larenz s account of recent events now, it s promised, we ll learn of Josy s fate.As Larenz starts to speak we hear that some years after Josy s disappearance he had secreted himself away away on an isolated island Here he was visited by a young woman, Anna Glass, who persuaded him to hear her story, promising him that he d want to treat her when he s heard her out Reluctant as he is to entertain this intrusion, and adamant that he is that he is no longer a practising doctor, he does eventually find himself hooked by Anna s story The whole tale is told in a breathless style somewhat reminiscent of a Dan Brown novel and, in truth, I found this rather overblown and tiresome But despite this I was intrigued how was all this going to play out It s a pacy psychological thriller with my only real gripe apart from the hyperbole, that is being that I found the twists at the end to be at first clever but then veering sharply toward the unbelievable It s a pity, as I think a bitof a risk could have been taken to produce amemorable climax It s an entertaining tale though, and one certainly worth catching if you enjoy tantalising psychological thrillers

  5. says:

    The book had me hooked Short chapters, at each end a cliffhanger that practically forced you to read on The end was interesting I read a bunch of reviews onabout what other people thought about the end, some loved it, some hated it I cant decide Brilliant and ingenious orof a huge let down In any case, most entertaining, I recommend it.

  6. says:

    My second delve into this author having really enjoyed Splinter, one of his lower rated books It begins in a psychiatric hospital with the patient a former psychologist doctor reviewing his case history the story is thus retold as he lays strapped to the bed, how he has got their we don t know at the start, why he can t be untied again we are not told. the story begins. from quite early on you are starting to surmise what is fact fantasy as all seems slightly outta whack with t My second delve into this author having really enjoyed Splinter, one of his lower rated books It begins in a psychiatric hospital with the patient a former psychologist doctor reviewing his case history the story is thus retold as he lays strapped to the bed, how he has got their we don t know at the start, why he can t be untied again we are not told. the story begins. from quite early on you are starting to surmise what is fact fantasy as all seems slightly outta whack with the Dear Doctor but you are never really sure I found it a very addictive read which hooked me from page 1 reading into the night.To tell you anywould ruin it If you ve never come across the author I highly recommend you try one especially if the physiological mystery genre is your thing 4 Stars for mefrom this author for sure

  7. says:

    Rating 4 out of 5 I m trying to figure out how to say something elegant about this book, but I can t This was a total mindfuck from start to finish Of course I had my suspicions and I wasn t totally wrong But yeah, I was Totally up every wall and down the other side Every one of my theories was right in the end That s not supposed to happen ONE theory is supposed to be right Not all of them No one ever ties such a story together Except Fitzek.Viktor Larenz, famous psychiatrist, los Rating 4 out of 5 I m trying to figure out how to say something elegant about this book, but I can t This was a total mindfuck from start to finish Of course I had my suspicions and I wasn t totally wrong But yeah, I was Totally up every wall and down the other side Every one of my theories was right in the end That s not supposed to happen ONE theory is supposed to be right Not all of them No one ever ties such a story together Except Fitzek.Viktor Larenz, famous psychiatrist, lost his 12 year old daughter Josephine four years ago He is now isolated on an island, licking his wounds Then a strange woman, Anna, turns up and demands therapy, which quickly turns into an interrogation Nothing is what it seems Everyone around Viktor behaves erratically and it is difficult to separate truth from fiction, no pun intended.Read this at your own peril Don t start it late in the evening, it will keep you up all night.Filed to reading challenge 2015, category thriller

  8. says:

    I had read this book over a period of two days, one of which I was forced to leave the house and yet I refused to put the book down, I had crossed the streets numerous times with book in hand and my very attention on it Therapy brimmed with both emotion and intellect, intuition and paranoia it extendedthan what is commonly anticipated by readers I had always perceived theaberrant books to be the most intriguing.By saying this I am certain that I am speaking for all readers of th I had read this book over a period of two days, one of which I was forced to leave the house and yet I refused to put the book down, I had crossed the streets numerous times with book in hand and my very attention on it Therapy brimmed with both emotion and intellect, intuition and paranoia it extendedthan what is commonly anticipated by readers I had always perceived theaberrant books to be the most intriguing.By saying this I am certain that I am speaking for all readers of the English version, we are all obliged to Sally Ann Spencer for linguistically rendering the novel and giving us the incredible privilege of reading it

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here GOOD GRACE, this book was so exciting It felt like that I was just as crazy as Viktor Isabell is clearly a fcking bitch I don t even understand how you could do something like that to your husband But okay. I couldn t stop reading and that s what I loved about it and that s reallyyyyy what reading is all about I really don t understand why people would give this book two or three stars Dude Where were you while reading this book Anyhow The people who have also read this book if yo GOOD GRACE, this book was so exciting It felt like that I was just as crazy as Viktor Isabell is clearly a fcking bitch I don t even understand how you could do something like that to your husband But okay. I couldn t stop reading and that s what I loved about it and that s reallyyyyy what reading is all about I really don t understand why people would give this book two or three stars Dude Where were you while reading this book Anyhow The people who have also read this book if you have similar favorites, please tell me

  10. says:

    It s a while since a physical book has sucked me in so much I found it difficult to stop reading I m so glad I picked this up again, it had me telling myself just onechapter from midnight until around three am This keeps the reader constantly on the edge of their seats thinking they have it figured out, then finding themselves utterly confused over and over again.Looking forward to readingfrom this author, an impressive debut novel

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