The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Anyone else take a book wherever they go? I was sitting in my OB’s office for my six week follow up appointment with The Silent Patient in hand. I had just started it in the waiting room. With about 20 pages under my belt, it had already fully pulled me in!

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When my OB walked into the room she said, “Oh, that’s funny! I just pulled that book off my shelf to read.” How is it. Even though I had only ready a handful of pages, I told her I could already tell it’s going to be a good one. I have to say, it really was amazing!

The Silent patient was a book I couldn’t put down from the very beginning. It only took days to read. The book is told from the perspective of a woman’s diary and her phsychotherapist. The patient, Alicia Berenson was a famous painter married to a fashion photographer. One day, the photographer, Gabriel, arrives home late. The police show up to the scene and Gabriel is dead, Alicia looks guilty, but she never speaks a word.

This book is told from the perspective of Alicia’s diary and the perspective of the psychotherapist. The two perspectives come together to unfold the whole truth. The truth is something I didn’t see coming. This mystery is definitely worth the read. You will love it!

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