The Manufactured Identity (Manufactured Identity #1)
Months after his mysterious disappearance from a routine fishing trip, no one really expects over-the-hill Texas housewife Lory Latchley to find her missing husband--especially her husband. The Manufactured Identity is clinical psychologist Heath Sommer's ever-escalating immersion into the world of unlikely friends who each awaken to find their faithful companions missing...more
If you like psychological thrillers, this is a great one. it keeps you wondering and intrigued throughout. I highly recommend this book and I'm hoping this author continues with his books! Thanks to Good Reads, I discovered him and I'm trying to spread the word!
That's not criticism. It's pure admiration and envy. I read Dennis Lehane's brilliant "Shutter Island" not long after this book, and if you've read it, you'll remember how completely boondoggled you felt at the end of it. Expect the same result with Dr. Sommer's debut.
The other reviewers have spent a great deal of time and words describing the plot. I don't want to do tha ...more
But with time (and after reading his other books which are all, despite being the same charactes, very different ...more
Dr. Sommer's new book is a front row seat to excellence. Sommer delves into the twisted minds of his characters and reveals the complex nature of the mentally insane. Sommer isn't afra ...more
We have a prologue with two men in the desert, but I've found that most prologues don't make sense until after you've finished the book, so take them with a grain of salt. The proper story starts off by in ...more
Through counseling sessions, Pete Mayberry has worked through at least some questions he has had over hi ...more
ETA: I'm so confused. I don't know how I feel about the book. Was it genius or was it crap?? I honestly can't tell which side I fall on? I can't even...review it? I have no idea what I just read!! In a way it was predictable once you realized what was going on but even though I predicted the ending I'm still so ...more
The foreshadowing projects so obviously that it was impossible to enjoy the book at all. Boo. I wish I could give negative stars.,