Therapy Opening Line: As the thirtieth minute ticked by, he knew he would never see his daughter again.
Therapy is about Psychiatrist Viktor Larenz and the disappearance of his daughter, Josy. The novel is brilliantly translated by Sally-Ann Spencer but even the translation did not make the book enjoyable. I do not particularly enjoy books where the time line is muddled. And the end of this book is such a let down, that it did not make a good story great.
It offered light and easy reading but this is not a book I would recommend.
First published in the English language by Pan Books in 2008
ISBN number 978-0-85789-707-7
Paperback – 293 pages
What I blogged:
- two years ago – Marjoram and Oregano