Trance (Alex Madison #1)

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  • 332 pages
  • Trance (Alex Madison #1)
  • Adam Southward
  • English
  • 21 February 2017

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Trance (Alex Madison #1) His victims are powerless He is in control This is his revenge and he s only just begun.Three university scientists are found dead in a gruesome murder suicide, and the only suspect in the case, Victor Lazar, is quickly captured When the spate of violent suicides follows him to prison he is moved to solitary confinement, reserved for the highest risk inmates And then his assigned psychologist inexplicably takes his own life.Alex Madison, a former forensic psychologist turned private therapist, is brought in to interview Victor He suspects that Victor is controlling his victims, somehow coaxing them into a suggestive trance It seems like science fiction, but as Alex digs deeper he uncovers a frightening reality of secret research and cruel experimentation and the perpetrators are closer to home than he could ever have imagined.Too late, Alex learns the true extent of what Victor is capable of and who he s after With everything he holds dear at risk, can Alex take control of a dangerous mind before it takes control of him New Read [ Trance (Alex Madison #1) ] by [ Adam Southward ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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9 thoughts on “Trance (Alex Madison #1)

  1. Kate says:

    Abandoned at about 80 pages A great premise and lots of potential but I couldn t get past the clunky and rather flat prose.

  2. Melanie says:

    It is possible to be intrigued with a story but also be disenchanted with the arrogance of the main character, and such was the case here Alex Madison is a philandering jerk, who seems to be aimless and without any sense of purpose He s a miserable soul, and while I didn t like him at all, I still had to see how things would get resolved While I was somewhat caught off guard with a twist of one of the characters near the end of the story, I found most of the plot predictable I didn t feel li It is possible to be intrigued with a story but also be disenchanted with the arrogance of the main character, and such was the case here Alex Madison is a philandering jerk, who seems to be aimless and without any sense of purpose He s a miserable soul, and while I didn t like him at all, I still had to see how things would get resolved While I was somewhat caught off guard with a twist of one of the characters near the end of the story, I...

  3. M says:

    Psychological crime fiction with horror science fantasy elements 3.5 Stars The premise is original with a well thought out serial murderer storyline that includes a villain that terrifies a flawed, Xanax addicted protagonist and horror born of science fantasy The atmosphere is appropriately dark and sometimes desperate As a whole, the writing is good, but I had difficulties with the flash backs forwards, which were often awkwardly executed None of the characters were particularly likable Psychological crime fiction with horror science fantasy elements 3.5 Stars The premise is original with a well thought out serial murderer storyline that includes a villain that terrifies a flawed, Xanax addicted protagonist and horror born of science fantasy The atmosphere is appropriately dark and sometimes desperate As a whole, the writing is good, but I had difficulties with the flash backs forwards, which were often awkwardly executed None of the characters were particularly likable, so I followed the creepy but often pitiable POV of Victor Lazar, the villain who suffered horrific abuse as a child Victor survived his brutal life in an orphanage and became a formidable murderer Less interesting but necessary to the story the soul revealing POV of psychologist Alex Madison, the protagonist whose middle upper class childhood ticked all the boxes for psychological scars Long, angsty passages about A...

  4. Sabrina Grace says:

    Despite a promising start this novel slowly devolves into a bad episode of the X files A celebrated clinical psychologist, Alex, takes on the rare forensic case He is to examine a strange Romanian prisoner who was found at the scene of a brutal murder suicide Seems like a lot of people kill themselves when this prisoner is around But Alex has all the usual baggage., a divorced wife he still loves, a precocious brat, plenty of angst and guilt which he assuages with an addiction to Xanax The Despite a promising start this novel slowly devolves into a bad episode of the X files A celebrated clinical psychologist, Alex, takes on the rare forensic case He is to examine a strange Romanian prisoner who was found at the scene of a brutal murder suicide Seems like a lot of people kill themselves when this prisoner is around But Alex has all the usual baggage., a divorced wife he still loves, a precocious brat, plenty of a...

  5. Nancy S says:

    Scary Stuff This book really frightened me, to the point that I had to take breaks from reading Both the thought of the way the orphans were treated, and the darkness that was Victor, appalled me I look forward to readingin this series, but first, I need...

  6. Darla C. James says:

    Agonizing..I seriously struggled to finish reading this book after several chapters into the story I was hooked on the storyline, too curious to learn how it ended to stop what turned into an agonizing journey Maybe part of the problem was that it was so well written that the descriptions were too detailed The main vehicle used to carry the story along were the thoughts of a very damaged and completely self obsessed main character I really didn t warm to any of the characters but this guy Agonizing..I seriously struggled to finish reading this book after several chapters into the story I was hooked on the storyline, too curious to learn how it ended to stop what turned into an agonizing journey Maybe part of the problem was that it was so well written that the descriptions were too detailed Th...

  7. Christine Lowe says:

    TranceThis story is exciting and disturbing Anything about mind control should scream wrong specially when children and violence are part of the picture That being said, I was unable to read this book straight through I needed time away from children who are being severely punished when they do not conform to their expected standard.The most disturbing aspect is the possibility this could happen Some humans welcome complete control over others If they are particularly drawn to young, helple TranceThis story is exciting and disturbing Anything about mind control should scream wrong specially when children and violence are part of the picture That being said, I was unable to read this book straight through I needed time away from children who are being severely punished when they do not conform to their expected standard.The most disturbing aspect is the possibility this could happen Some humans welcome complete control over others If they are particularly drawn to young, helpless subjects we call them monsters It s even worse when they create a world where the children are made into the monsters.The core issue that stands out here is teaching children how to use mind control as a weapon The story begins in Romania during a time of political instability The experiments are done in secret and when discovery was creeping closer, all the ch...

  8. Arden says:

    I don t often review books, but this one struck me differently I only got about 75 pages in before I had to stop reading it The female characters were written in such a limited, shallow way that was almost offensive The author failed...

  9. Andy Coleman says:

    A SIMPLE MAN S REVIEW Bleh The story promises some sort of supernatural thriller , but since the author explains the mysterious skill pretty early on, the supernatural element quickly vanishes And for the thriller part The story is quite predictable and you ll have it all figured out WAY before the end The idea behind the mysterious skill of the antagonist is pretty interesting It sort of takes what we already know about psychology and pushes it to an eleven or thirteen, but you d hav A SIMPLE MAN S REVIEW Bleh The story promises some sort of supernatural thriller , but since the author explains the mysterious skill pretty early on, the supernatural element quickly vanishes And for the thriller part The story is quite predictable and you ll have it all figured out WAY before the end The idea behind the mysterious skill of the antagonist is pretty interesting It sort of takes what we already know about psychology and pushes it to an eleven or thirteen, but you d have to read the book to get that joke There s a few Derren Brown shows out there that give you some insight into what is possible that s the scary part of this whole book Unfortunately, the protagonist is a complete ass Why would anyone want...