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The Hypnotist's Love StoryEllen Weet Dat Mensen Gekke Dingen Doen Voor De Liefde Ze Hoort Er Alles Over In Haar Praktijk Als Hypnotherapeut Dus Als Haar Nieuwe Vriend Patrick Haar Vertelt Over Zijn Stalker Saskia, Is Ellen Eerder Ge Ntrigeerd Dan Bezorgd.Wat Ze Niet Weet Is Dat Saskia Zich Bij Haar Heeft Gemeld Als Pati Nt, Om Zo Meer Te Weten Te Komen Over Patricks Nieuwe Liefde.Daarmee Komen De Levens Van De Twee Vrouwen Wel Heel Dicht Bij Elkaar Te Liggen, En Een Confrontatie Is Onvermijdelijk

10 thoughts on “The Hypnotist's Love Story


  1. says:

    I have one word for this book deceitful She s a good writer, offering fun dialog and characters to like and dislike But if an author is going to write as though something big is going to happen at any moment, please, God, that author should make something happen ONCE in 432 pages Just ONCE Something Anything So many missed opportunities for a good stor...


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    OK, I know this is chick lit than great literature, and I hand out five stars like my favorite gourmet handmade chocolates, but for sheer entertainment value, I m tempted to give this full accolades I loved this story The Hypnotist s Love Story tells about the romance between Ellen, the hypnotist, or accurately, hypnotherapist, and Patrick, a grounded surveyor who is a widower with an eight year old son Ellen comes to find out there is a third wheel or fourth if you count the dead wife in the guise of an ex girlfriend turned stalker Saskia, the stalker, will not leave Patrick alone constantly leaving him text messages, letters, flowers, and following him even on dates with Ellen Unable to elude her and never knowing where or when she may show up, Patrick is understandably angry and stressed Ellen, whose career is built on helping people cope with debilitating problems, is intrigued by the idea of a stalker Ellen s calm and soothing demeanor, her positive focus, and her penchant for New Age thinking are the perfect antidote to Patrick s tense wariness She posts Buddhist quotes on her refrigerator and helps clients deal with pain, infertility, and smoking habits She is nice and totally likeable Unknown to her, the stalker is also a client This is an interesting set up, but the author, Liane Moriarty, makes it compelling b...


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    I m a big fan of Moriarty s books, but I pretty much disliked this one from the start I m sceptical about hypnotism, so the title put me on edge anyway, but it was really the story, or rather the lack of a story, that sealed the deal.Ellen is a professional Hypnotherapist, she helps people quit smoking, lose weight and overcome irrational fears etc She s single and keen to settle down, if she can find the right man Along comes Patrick, a widowed surveyor with an eight year old son is he the man she s been looking for Unfortunately, amongst the baggage he brings with him is an obsessed ex girlfriend.I can t really go into the story any , because there is really no to it than that I kept waiting for the surprise, for the twist Moriarty always introduces it never came There are familiar settings and the normal chit chat with friends and family, but it s uniformly dull There are also few l...


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    I like Liane Moriarty s writing a lot Her characters are always somewhat off center, yet always very interesting and appealing in so many ways I also enjoy her plots and her descriptive writing.This book was somewhat of a disappointment, however There is a stalker, old boyfriends, new boyfriends, unresolved parent issues, old girlfriends, new girlfriends, and people who aren t what they appear to be All of that should have been interesting Unfortunately, the only character that really had his act together in any substantial way was an 8 year old boy who didn t really receive sufficient air time Maybe that s why he appeared to be mature than his elders.There was teenage angst and obsessive behavior in this book than there should have been considering the youngest adult character was 35 So many times, in so many ways, this book just didn t feel appropriate for the age groups that were featured The characters were not endearingly off center in this book, they were annoyingly so.The premise was good and could have been very interesting As it was, the hypnotherapy aspect...


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    The Hypnotist Love Story by Liane Moriarty is a 2012 Berkley publication After reading What Alice Forgot a little while back, I vowed to read anything I could find written by Liane Moriarty Little by little I have been able to sneak one of her backlisted titles into my reading schedule One thing about this author and her books, is that each one is special and very different Yet, the style of writing has a signature that is unique to this author, and I can t quite find a way to describe it Whatever it is about her skill as a writer, it holds me spellbound from start to finish, no matter what genre is represented or the subject matter.This book is no exception I had no idea what to expect when I started this novel I wasn t sure if it was a novel of suspense or contemporary fiction, or both For the most part, I would place this one in the contemporary fiction category, even though there are moments of suspense, but I never felt threatened or worried, exactly, but there was an underlying feeling of unease Ellen is a hypnotherapist who recently began dating Patrick, a man she met through an internet dating site Patrick is widowed, with a young son, and comes fully equipped with his very own stalker Yes, a stalker However, Ellen does not initially find this situation all that disturbing In fact, she s rather intrigued by it She is delirious with curiosity about...


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    I thought Patrick was my perfect love story Except he s not He s the hypnotist s love story I m the ex girlfriend in the hypnotist s love story Not the heroine I m only a minor character This was not, in my opinion, a love story If asked to describe this book to a friend, I would say The Hypnotist s Love Story was fantastic storytelling about a woman who didn t really know what she wanted and another woman who didn t have the coping mechanisms to let go of the past There were three main characters in the story Ellen the Hypnotist, Patrick Ellen s new love interest and Saskia Patrick s ex and stalker.Though Patrick was a main character in the book, we really only got to see his personality and thoughts through the two women in the book This story was really told from Ellen and Saskia s point of view I really liked that we got to see Saskia s point of view Very often, in stories about stalkers, their characters are very one dimensional and we don t really get a view into what drove them to their behaviours Though I kept wanting to sc...


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    I hated him I still loved him But I hated him And ever since then it s been hard to tell the difference between the two If I didn t hate him so intensely, maybe I would have been able to stop loving him.Okay, so I am apparently a bit of a booksnob Everytime I read a book by either Liane, Jodi Picoult and now also Joshilyn Jackson I always point out that this was just a fun read in between serious reads, a palate cleanser if you will Well, I ve decided those days are over Why would it be any easier writing these books than a historical fiction novel I herewith proudly announce that I am officially a chick lit reader.Liane Morairty is fast becoming one of my favourite authors, I have now read all her books, and is anxiously awaiting the next I love her characters in this title, you feel for everyone even the bad stalker In fact, I think I had empathy for her than...


  8. says:

    Highly enjoyable, addictive, page turning, as most Moriarty books are But I definitely enjoyed this one than some of her others.


  9. says:

    Liane Moriarty, you are one terrific writer person Each novel I read makes me feel even in awe of your talent and in depth knowledge of what makes women tick.It s astonishing how complex and realistic your characters are You even managed to make me sympathise and empathise with a stalker Actually, my heart was broke...


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    4.5 stars author Liane Moriarty is a household name, thanks to her dazzling novel and now television mini series, Big Little Lies I thought it was a high time I tried another book from her backlist and my selection, The Hypnotist s Love Story certainly was an interesting read.The Hypnotist s Love Story does in fact feature a practicing hypnotherapist as the star of the story Ellen O Farrell is a successful hypnotherapist, owning her own practice in Sydney She has a trio of failed relationships in her wake, however, her latest, with a handsome widower named Patrick seems to be promising That is until the day when the two are enjoying a romantic dinner and Patrick awkwardly drops a bombshell he is the victim of a stalker Initially, Ellen is not fazed by this revelation, as Patrick s stalker has yet to impact on her life Things change when Ellen and Patrick s relationship steps up a notch and they eventually move in together As well as negotiating a determined stalker, Ellen and Patrick face other issues in their burgeoning romance These complications include legal threats to Ellen s reputation as a respected hypnotherapist, the reappearance of Ellen s absent father and Colleen, Patrick s deceased wife As we travel along with the characters of this novel, we ...

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