In a Country of Mothers

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5 out of 5 stars
By Rebecca on 27-07-15

Perfect Example Of How Not To Be A Therapist

Very well written and narrated good strong story line never boring. Excellent exploration of transference and counter transference in the therapist client relationship this is a very clever book and it is very readable.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Melly on 08-05-15

A tale of the haunting of our past.

Adult neuroses and the tragedy of American sense of entitlement and despair brought vividly to life by exceptional narration. More an embodiment of the characters than narration.

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3 out of 5 stars
By ciarando on 04-06-18

Thrill factor: zero

This book is extremely low on thrills for a "psychological thriller". Far from "frenetic" as touted on the cover review, it would rather benefit from the swift knife of a good editor. I got to the end eventually but learnt nothing about life, mothers, or psychology along the way.

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