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summary The Hypnotist's Love Story 109 Telt over zijn stalker Saskia is Ellen eerder geïntrigeerd dan bezorgdWat ze niet weet is dat Saskia zich bij haar heeft gemeld als patiënt om zo meer te w 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 stalkerThough 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 scream at her throughout the book to get help I couldn t help but sympathize with her Patrick broke up with her in a pretty unforgivable way While most would have been able to move on Saskia clearly didn t have the support or coping skills to do that I truly felt her anger and helplessness over the situation particularly since a young child was involved and Saskia not only lost Patrick but his son Jack whom she helped raise if he d ever just said I m sorry and meant it then I think I could have let it go Perhaps then I would have eventually healed like people do Instead it got infected It spread Like gangrene It took hold It s his fault I know what I do is unacceptable Deep down I do know this But he started it I ve often thought that when a relationship ends it can feel like a death I believe to a lesser extent you go through some of the same stages as grieving the death of a loved one So again I could totally relate to Saskia and her socially unacceptable feelings If Patrick had been killed in a car accident I would have been allowed to grieve for him for years People would have sent me flowers and sympathy cards they would have dropped off casseroles I would have been allowed to keep his photos up to talk about him to remember the good times But because he dumped me because he was still alive my sadness was considered undignified and pathetic Ellen s character was so different from Saskia From her I truly got the impression that she had a pre conceived notion of what euated to happiness and was looking to check off the boxes So it came as no surprise to me that when she got these things she was not suddenly feeling happy and fulfilled I see this all the time and have been guilty of it myself I think the message that I took away from Ellen s story was that happiness comes from within and you have to accept the people in your life for who they are instead of being disappointed when they don t match up to your unrealistic fantasy Only then can you truly enjoy having them in your lifeVery early on in the story as Ellen talked about the ethics of her using her hypnotherapy skills on people she knew all the while wondering what was going on in Patrick s head I kept thinking to myself careful This could be a slippery slope I will admit to not feeling too much sympathy for Patrick throughout the novel I can t help but wonder if the roles had been reversed and it was a woman being stalked instead of the man would my feelings have been different I m embarrassed to say that I think the answer may be yes Once I put aside my anger towards the way Patrick treated Saskia I think I was able to finally see what a terrible stress her actions must have put on himLove every word of this story PENSEE ARABE patiënt om zo meer te w I thought Patrick was my Le mois le plus long. Ramadan à Istanbul 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 Figures du Palestinien: Identité des origines, identité de devenir past There were three main characters in the story Ellen the Hypnotist Patrick Ellen s new love interest and Saskia Patrick s ex and stalkerThough Patrick was a main character in the book we really only got to see his Le Vent jaune : Récits personality and thoughts through the two women in the book This story was really told from Ellen and Saskia s L'inconscient de l'islam point of view I really liked that we got to see Saskia s L'Expansion musulmane, VIIe-XIe siècles, 5e édition 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 scream at her throughout the book to get help I couldn t help but sympathize with her Patrick broke up with her in a L'Inconscient de l'islam pretty unforgivable way While most would have been able to move on Saskia clearly didn t have the support or coping skills to do that I truly felt her anger and helplessness over the situation Les Palestiniens dans le siècle particularly since a young child was involved and Saskia not only lost Patrick but his son Jack whom she helped raise if he d ever just said I m sorry and meant it then I think I could have let it go Perhaps then I would have eventually healed like Le Gouvernement divin. Islam et conception politique du monde people do Instead it got infected It spread Like gangrene It took hold It s his fault I know what I do is unacceptable Deep down I do know this But he started it I ve often thought that when a relationship ends it can feel like a death I believe to a lesser extent you go through some of the same stages as grieving the death of a loved one So again I could totally relate to Saskia and her socially unacceptable feelings If Patrick had been killed in a car accident I would have been allowed to grieve for him for years People would have sent me flowers and sympathy cards they would have dropped off casseroles I would have been allowed to keep his Les Barbaresques photos up to talk about him to remember the good times But because he dumped me because he was still alive my sadness was considered undignified and Sur la frontière pathetic Ellen s character was so different from Saskia From her I truly got the impression that she had a Palestine 47 : Un partage avorté pre conceived notion of what euated to happiness and was looking to check off the boxes So it came as no surprise to me that when she got these things she was not suddenly feeling happy and fulfilled I see this all the time and have been guilty of it myself I think the message that I took away from Ellen s story was that happiness comes from within and you have to accept the MARIAGE DE LA PAIX people in your life for who they are instead of being disappointed when they don t match up to your unrealistic fantasy Only then can you truly enjoy having them in your lifeVery early on in the story as Ellen talked about the ethics of her using her hypnotherapy skills on L'amour en Islam de l'enchantement à l'étouffement people she knew all the while wondering what was going on in Patrick s head I kept thinking to myself careful This could be a slippery slope I will admit to not feeling too much sympathy for Patrick throughout the novel I can t help but wonder if the roles had been reversed and it was a woman being stalked instead of the man would my feelings have been different I m embarrassed to say that I think the answer may be yes Once I Lawrence d'Arabie put aside my anger towards the way Patrick treated Saskia I think I was able to finally see what a terrible stress her actions must have

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summary The Hypnotist's Love Story 109 Eten te komen over Patricks nieuwe liefdeDaarmee komen de levens van de twee vrouwen wel heel dicht bij elkaar te liggen en een confrontatie is onvermijdelij 45 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 readThe 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 become involved in a contemporary romance tale full of love heartache loss grief and devotionInitially I thought The Hypnotist s Love Story was going to be a simple contemporary love story but I was surprised that this book offered something a little different Yes it is about relationships and love in a number of different forms but it is also a story of obsession and importantly the fixation on the glory days of the pastMoriarty has a knack of creating great characters and this continues to be the case in The Hypnotist s Love Story Ellen is a woman I likened myself to immediately Being roughly the same age as her I was easily able to put myself in her shoes both career and personal life wise Ellen s career in particular completely fascinated me and I enjoyed reading the acknowledgements in the back of the book that referenced Moriarty s research in the area of hypnotherapy The Hypnotist s Love Story certainly gave me a better understanding of and a new found respect for the field of hypnotherapy I enjoyed the parts related to Ellen where she laments on her doomed previous relationships and where they went wrong which was realistic as well as interesting As well as being narrated by Ellen the book is also told from Saskia the stalker of the story and Patrick s ex girlfriend s point of view Moriarty has again excelled in the character domain in her creation of the character of Saskia For Saskia is a woman we hate as well as love Moriarty has portrayed the character of Saskia in such a way that it is impossible not to develop any sympathy for this woman Through Moriarty s depiction of this sad woman I felt her grief over the loss of her mother as well as the demise of her relationship with Patrick Saskia s behaviour is despicable but you cannot help but root for her which is something Ellen also struggles with Patrick the main male protagonist and love interest is clearly integral to this story We are not however privy to his direct feelings in the story as Moriarty has chosen not to include this point of view in the novel We understand how Patrick feels and reacts via Ellen and Saskia I did like the fact that Patrick wasn t depicted as the ideal knight in shining armour love interest He does have baggage and he is flawed but there was still something about him that I could see was appealing to the female characters in the novelAs you can see The Hypnotist s Love Story is a book strong in the character realm The supporting characters add a little uirk and humour to the novel as well as complications to this non linear romance Perhaps what I will take away most from my reading of The Hypnotist s Love Story was the focus on those parts that are beyond the hearts and flowers side of new relationships the baggage the previous relationships and the emotions attached to the past that we inevitably bring into our relationships no matter how hard we try An unconventional love story with light as well as dark moments The Hypnotist s Love Story is another sign of greatness from the talented Ms Moriarty Le Vent jaune : Récits practicing hypnotherapist as the star of the story Ellen O Farrell is a successful hypnotherapist owning her own L'inconscient de l'islam 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 L'Expansion musulmane, VIIe-XIe siècles, 5e édition 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 become involved in a contemporary romance tale full of love heartache loss grief and devotionInitially I thought The Hypnotist s Love Story was going to be a simple contemporary love story but I was surprised that this book offered something a little different Yes it is about relationships and love in a number of different forms but it is also a story of obsession and importantly the fixation on the glory days of the L'Inconscient de l'islam pastMoriarty has a knack of creating great characters and this continues to be the case in The Hypnotist s Love Story Ellen is a woman I likened myself to immediately Being roughly the same age as her I was easily able to Les Palestiniens dans le siècle put myself in her shoes both career and Le Gouvernement divin. Islam et conception politique du monde personal life wise Ellen s career in Les Barbaresques particular completely fascinated me and I enjoyed reading the acknowledgements in the back of the book that referenced Moriarty s research in the area of hypnotherapy The Hypnotist s Love Story certainly gave me a better understanding of and a new found respect for the field of hypnotherapy I enjoyed the Sur la frontière parts related to Ellen where she laments on her doomed Palestine 47 : Un partage avorté previous relationships and where they went wrong which was realistic as well as interesting As well as being narrated by Ellen the book is also told from Saskia the stalker of the story and Patrick s ex girlfriend s MARIAGE DE LA PAIX point of view Moriarty has again excelled in the character domain in her creation of the character of Saskia For Saskia is a woman we hate as well as love Moriarty has L'amour en Islam de l'enchantement à l'étouffement portrayed the character of Saskia in such a way that it is impossible not to develop any sympathy for this woman Through Moriarty s depiction of this sad woman I felt her grief over the loss of her mother as well as the demise of her relationship with Patrick Saskia s behaviour is despicable but you cannot help but root for her which is something Ellen also struggles with Patrick the main male Lawrence d'Arabie protagonist and love interest is clearly integral to this story We are not however La Tragédie de l'islam moderne point of view in the novel We understand how Patrick feels and reacts via Ellen and Saskia I did like the fact that Patrick wasn t depicted as the ideal knight in shining armour love interest He does have baggage and he is flawed but there was still something about him that I could see was appealing to the female characters in the novelAs you can see The Hypnotist s Love Story is a book strong in the character realm The supporting characters add a little uirk and humour to the novel as well as complications to this non linear romance Perhaps what I will take away most from my reading of The Hypnotist s Love Story was the focus on those L'Islam expliqué en images parts that are beyond the hearts and flowers side of new relationships the baggage the Les grandes figures de l'islam previous relationships and the emotions attached to the 60 Ans de conflit israélo-arabe : Témoignages pour l'Histoire past that we inevitably bring into our relationships no matter how hard we try An unconventional love story with light as well as dark moments The Hypnotist s Love Story is another sign of greatness from the talented Ms Moriarty

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summary The Hypnotist's Love Story 109 Ellen 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 ver 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 dealEllen is a professional Hypnotherapist she helps people uit 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 girlfriendI 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 laughs to be had And it s way too long and becomes horribly repetitive My final criticism and maybe one that applies to all of her books is that I don t think she draws men well They are always secondary characters in her work but it s most noticeable here with the one dimensional and totally dislikeable to me anyway Patrick For readers yet to discover this Aussie author the good news is that most of her books are excellent just give this one a miss I m happy to write this one off and look forward to her next book in the firm belief it ll be a continuance of her fine overall form