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Doc, I Failed? I Failed, Doc #2020

Doc, I Failed? I Failed, Doc By Xo Doc I Failed I Failed Doc Prisoner didn t speak a word during his trial introverted student killer of four university lecturers and two fellow students is sent to Dr William Hall a psychiatrist at Barrow s End Pri
  • Title: Doc, I Failed? I Failed, Doc
  • Author: Xo
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  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Doc, I Failed? I Failed, Doc By Xo Prisoner 4355 didn t speak a word during his trial.4355, introverted student killer of four university lecturers and two fellow students, is sent to Dr William Hall, a psychiatrist at Barrow s End Prison, for psychoanalysis sessions.Hall, who introduces himself to 4355 simply as Doc , attempts an approach effective in examining silent cases like 4355 the two converse usPrisoner 4355 didn t speak a word during his trial.4355, introverted student killer of four university lecturers and two fellow students, is sent to Dr William Hall, a psychiatrist at Barrow s End Prison, for psychoanalysis sessions.Hall, who introduces himself to 4355 simply as Doc , attempts an approach effective in examining silent cases like 4355 the two converse using paper and pen.As the sessions progress, Hall forms an unlikely bond with the prisoner, allowing him to unravel a depth of the killer s mind he was not prepared for.When Hall disappears, leaving only a vague note, and 4355 s cell is found empty, the institution is left with much to do and many questions to ask.
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    1. Xo

      March 2017 works in progressColleen long form Dream Plie III long form Phra Tet long form Plums Pleasant short form

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    1. I have followed this author s short stories for quite some time now This is his first novel, and I was surprised to say the least at how little I thought about that fact while I was reading it.This story truly opened my eyes to problems I had let myself forget, problems that need to be confronted What I like about his short stories, which I was glad to see present in his novel too, is that he presents the reader with a social dilemma yet never tries to solve it all he does is open it as wide as [...]


    2. This is the first book Mullan wrote, and the first book of his that I have read I was surprised by the style of narrative an exchange of notes between Doc and Prisoner 4355 with the occasional supplementary material thrown in The story slowly comes together like the putting together of a jig saw puzzle I first read a few chapters each day, but when I reached the 40% mark I was engrossed and the story consumed me I found myself on the 70% mark without realising the passing of time The book was me [...]


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