The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is a psychological thriller that captivates its readers with a complex and intriguing story of Alicia Berenson and her mysterious past.
Alicia is a renowned artist who suddenly stops speaking after shooting her husband in the face five times. The book follows the story of psychotherapist Theo Faber as he attempts to uncover the truth behind Alicia’s shocking crime.
The Silent Patient is a captivating story that keeps readers guessing until the very end. The novel is split into two timelines, one of the present day and one of Alicia’s past.
Michaelides does a great job at gradually revealing more information about Alicia and her husband, Gabriel, as the story progresses. As the plot unfolds, the reader is taken on a thrilling journey as Theo resolves to uncover the truth behind Alicia’s crime.
The characters in The Silent Patient are well-developed and complex. Michaelides takes great care to ensure that each character is unique and multi-dimensional. Theo Faber is an inquisitive and determined psychotherapist who is determined to uncover the truth behind Alicia’s crime.
Alicia Berenson is a complex character who remains a mystery until the very end. The other characters in the novel, such as Alicia’s friends, family and Gabriel’s colleagues, also play an important role in the story.
Alex Michaelides’ writing style is engaging and compelling. His use of vivid descriptions and suspenseful dialogue helps to draw the reader into the story and keeps them hooked until the very end. The novel is full of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader guessing until the very last page.
The Silent Patient is an enthralling psychological thriller that is sure to keep readers guessing until the very end. Alex Michaelides’ writing style is gripping and the characters are complex and multi-dimensional.
With its unexpected twists and turns, The Silent Patient is a thrilling and captivating novel that is sure to keep its readers enthralled.