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A Textbook Case Dangerous games often have dangerous consequences When a confused new therapist crosses paths with a clever but unstable young man how high will the stakes get in the gamble of trust Status CompleteW

  • Title: A Textbook Case
  • Author: ErrorAuthor
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  • Page: 425
  • Format: online fiction
  • Dangerous games often have dangerous consequences When a confused new therapist crosses paths with a clever but unstable young man, how high will the stakes get in the gamble of trust Status CompleteWord count approx 128,530

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    1. Marie on said:

      Whilst it wasn't the worst of online fiction I've read it was pretty dire. The first half was mildly entertaining but Erik's lack of personality got worse as the book went on, not to mention how unprofessional he was so often, it just didn't gel with me. I would have given it a 3.5 just for the fact it's free and mildly entertaining but man, that ending was terrible and just spoilt the whole thing for me.

    2. Valentina Heart on said:

      I really liked this story, especially the beginning. You know, disturbed characters and all that. It's funny, cleaver and fascinating. What ruined it for me was the ending. It just didn't work, and while there is a sequel in store, I don't think it will be finished any time soon.

    3. ★ ☆ Booksaholic ★ ☆ on said:

      This was great! I love to find unpublished work that's just as good if not better than published stuff. The only problem I had with this book was the ending, it seemed rushed and too open ended.

    4. Ayanna on said:

      I've started reading and the grammatical things, though minor in and of themselves, are getting kind of irritating.

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