Praise For INDUCED AMNESIA

Here is the early praise for INDUCED AMNESIA – comments that I am so grateful for – particularly being that it’s an unusual novel, filled with darkness and light, meant to start conversation and hopefully offer interesting food for thought.

In his review for The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath – Robert Scholes, New York Times Book Review asked – “The great question posed by all truly realistic fiction: What is reality and how can it be confronted?”

The first response that came to me was: inner consciousness – that deep recessed part of ourselves that too often goes unheard and is only often found in moments of pain and beyond subconscious depths. Where best to find that but deep inside an amnesia dream?

Reader Reviews:

“I devoured this enlightening book.  It makes you think and feel, and stays with you long after the last page.”

“I finished the book this morning at the gym. I’ve been holding on to the last 30 pages because I didn’t want it to end! So the last few pages I was crying on the treadmill when Victoria went to visit Chloe! Btw. Hard to do cardio and cry! I didn’t see that coming but felt the ending was going to be a great and unexpected…….I want this to be a movie so I can meet Chloe! You are an amazing writer!!”

“It took a few pages but then I couldn’t put it down.  It’s a spiritual awakening to how our lives can be affected by our unique perspective on life. Beautifully written.”

“Hard to put down once you get started. It is very insightful. It makes you think about perception of things.”

“This book is like a more tragic Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.”

“The story was interesting and different than anything I’ve ever read….. Then we get to the end, which is very powerful and nothing like I expected, nothing.”

“When I saw the book I knew I had to read this!! The concept is very intriguing. There is a lot of drama and sadness in the story and it is also well written……….Overall the book is a must read. I would recommend it with 4 stars.”

Find out more about INDUCED AMNESIA @ https://www.amazon.com/author/tyinckrysset

Or feel free to message me @ https://www.facebook.com/tykrysset

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About Tyin C Krysset

Author of INDUCED AMNESIA (e-published) fiction (mainstream), A Perfect Assassin: The White Ming Chronicles (unpublished) fiction (thriller/mainstream), and Jaded (unpublished) fiction (mainstream).
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