False Memory
by Dean Koontz

A suspense novel told by God about an evil psychiatrist who drugs, hypnotizes, and programs patients and others to such things as murder people, submit to his sexual humiliations, develop phobias, believe and spread false accusations, and kill themselves. Each of his subjects is triggered into a hypnotic state be hearing a name and a haiku poem designed for them individually. One of Koontz’s best novels.

Year Read: 2005


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