Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient

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The Silent Patient — Alex Michaelides
The Silent Patient is a psychological thriller novel written by British-Cypriot author Alex Michaelides. The Silent Patient is a shocking psychological thriller of a woman's act of violence against her husband-and of the therapist obsessed with uncovering her motive. Alicia Berenson's life is seemingly perfect.
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265 printed pages
Original publication


    Mitha Wshared an impression3 months ago
    👍Worth reading
    💞Loved Up

    There's a lot of whys and hows popping in my head while reading it. The plot is very intriguing, filling the reader's mind with curiousity. The twisted ending is also satisfying.

    Diah Ermy Lukitawatishared an impression3 months ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot
    🌴Beach Bag Book


    Michelle Wibowoshared an impression9 months ago
    💡Learnt A Lot

    I wouldn't say I recommend this book, but if you're into psychological thrillers, then yes, this book should be on your to-read list. Frankly, for me, it wasn't a light read nor was it an easy read. I had certain moments of confusion. However, there was something to the story that lured me; like a siren calling out to their prey. And I agree that it is an extraordinary piece that deserves attention.


    Rakshithhas quoted3 months ago
    Once you name something, it stops you seeing the whole of it, or why it matters. You focus on the word, which is just the tiniest part, really, the tip of an iceberg.
    b6474033868has quotedlast month
    An unsettling myth of self-sacrifice, it was unclear how it related to Alicia’s situation. The true meaning of the allusion remained unknown to me for some time. Until one day, the truth came to light—
    Андрій Стецьhas quotedlast month
    About love. About how we often mistake love for fireworks—for drama and dysfunction. But real love is very quiet, very still. It’s boring, if seen from the perspective of high drama. Love is deep and calm—and constant. I imagine you do give Kathy love—in the true sense of the word. Whether or not she is capable of giving it back to you is another question

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