Tag Archives: psychological

Progeny

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First of, allow me to thank Booktasters and Brian Harrison for giving me a copy of this book. It hasn’t been an easy ride, but this book can enlighten readers why people are driven to insanity for simply being human.

Progeny follows the story of a group of mentally institutionalized in the process of therapy where we are given glimpse of backstories and how they led to ‘cold-blooded’ murders. If you follow me on Twitter, you will know that I assumed this book is for me. It started with a child killing his father with thirteen bullets – this after enduring more than a year of sexual molestation.

Catchy, ain’t it?

In all honesty, I thought that I will be finishing this up real fast because I like dark and depressing books (in all weird ways). But I didn’t and I imagine it will be so for the majority due to either or both of these reasons: Continue reading

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We Were Liars

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I don’t trust myself to rate this one. I have been so picky these days that I’m afraid I’ll be making the same mistake as I did with Spinelli’s Stargirl before. One thing is for sure, though. Rich people aren’t going to like this book. Continue reading