Listen up, folks, because I've got quite the chilling tale for you. Picture this: Dr. Christopher Kellan, a psychologist with a dark past, spends his days at the eerie and unsettling Loveland Psychiatric Hospital. He's in charge of Alpha Twelve, a unit filled with the most twisted and deranged killers you can possibly imagine. But hold on tight, because it's about to get even creepier.
Our protagonist's newest patient is none other than Donny Ray Smith, who stands accused of murdering ten innocent young girls and somehow managing to make their bodies vanish without a trace. But that's not the only disturbing thing about Donny. When Christopher comes face to face with him, he notices something uncanny - the man seems oddly familiar. Cue the goosebumps.
Here's where the story takes a turn down a dark and treacherous path. Donny Ray, it turns out, knows things about Christopher that he couldn't possibly have learned at Loveland. As our brave psychologist dives deeper into his mysterious patient's case, things start spiraling out of control for Christopher himself. The boundaries of his own mind begin to blur, and his grip on reality slips away faster than ever. Is he losing his own sanity, or could it be that Donny Ray is toying with his mind, purposely driving him to the edge?
That's not even the worst of it. Brace yourselves, because we're now diving headfirst into a twisted psychological thriller brought to us by the incredibly talented Andrew E. Kaufman, known for his bestselling novel The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted. Our tormented hero is forced to confront his deepest fears and dive into the twisted mind of a killer, all in the pursuit of the truth - no matter the cost to his own sanity.
So, my dear listeners, if you're up for a bone-chilling journey into the depths of madness and terror, grab a copy of this audiobook and prepare to have your mind blown. But fair warning, you may never look at psychologists or their patients the same way again. This is one thrill ride you won't want to miss. The audiobook rating? A solid 2.9 out of 5 stars, with a listening time of 8 hours and 31 minutes. Get ready, because you're in for a wild and mind-bending ride. Enjoy, if you dare.