Letters from the Looney Bin

Letters from the Looney Bin Thatcher C. Nalley
  • Title: Letters from the Looney Bin
  • Author: Thatcher C. Nalley
  • ISBN: 9781490988122
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Letters from the Looney Bin Thatcher C. Nalley Letters from the Looney Bin On the inside the screaming never stops Sabel Asylum Patient In the late s the Emerson Rose Asylum became completely abandoned all the patients doctors staff vanished and were never seen
    On the inside the screaming never stops Sabel, Asylum Patient 1978 In the late 1970s the Emerson Rose Asylum became completely abandoned all the patients, doctors, staff, vanished and were never seen again The events circling this mass exodus have been one of the most baffling disappearances in history Until now A stack of bundled letters was found inside a ta On the inside the screaming never stops Sabel, Asylum Patient 1978 In the late 1970s the Emerson Rose Asylum became completely abandoned all the patients, doctors, staff, vanished and were never seen again The events circling this mass exodus have been one of the most baffling disappearances in history Until now A stack of bundled letters was found inside a tattered asylum mattress during the Emerson demolition These letters, all addressed to the pseudonym Dr Quill, were written by the patients as they documented the demise of the Emerson Rose Asylum The patients innocently convey their dire pasts while the events occurring hint toward dark happenings outside their doors Haunting, their words conjure feelings both grim and promising, as they secretly conjure a plan of mass exodus from the volatile institution The names have been changed, but the stories have not Though their identities are protected, the essence of these patients challenges, triumphs, corruptions, salvations, and most of all, their human spirit, remains untouched Their journey will become your journey as the patients chronicle their final months in these, Letters from the Looney Bin ThatcherCNalley
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    1. Conceptually brilliant Delivery is lacking Everything from the cover to the title pulled me in Everything seems to be leading up to a masterpiece Once I read it I had a totally different opinion Each letter has the same tone as if it were written by the same character.An editor could have possibly saved this book, but over all it was a let down.

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    2. This book lacked an editor among other things Despite my expertise in editing and writing, many of the errors were of the type that Microsoft Office will automatically note for correction and that might be found in a very rough draft While the stories were intriguing, the lack of a conclusion makes the book seem unfinished.

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    3. So I am not really sure how I feel about this book except to say that 1.Conceptually a brilliant idea I believe this was billed as a series and if that s the case than the stopping point left a lot to be desired This book did nothing to make me need to read the next one I will, because I find subject interesting and would also see if the author makes improvements Also understanding full well, that these are only letters and couldn t possibly contain anything, but a peek into the lives and mindse [...]

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    4. I really enjoyed this The mystery about it I like the concept of it I liked that you learned the history of the patients through their individual letters I was surprised by the empathy I had for some of them A lot of the stories are sad Which I wasn t expecting From the cover of the book I guess I thought it would be like dark tales, like scary story compilation in the form of letters, Dark sinister in that way horror It did have its dark topics in some of the things that happened to the patient [...]

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    5. Insanity or Product of Circumstance The letters are very interesting, but the plot of the story is not quite clear to me I realize that the Asylum was torn down and everyone vanished Years later these letters to Dr Quill are found, written by the patients The good doc died of mysterious heart attack and the doc that took over is vicious and performing illegal experiments It is mentioned that many are buried outside I would.i,e background before diving into the patients letters Also The patients [...]

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    6. This is a short, mysterious book with a lot of merit and a few drawbacks While I love the concept and the writing is often exceptional, I had problems at times believing the voices that make up the lyrical ensemble of the larger tale I felt some were too Gothic to pass for the voices of 1970s lunatics, and the ones that weren t too Gothic were still a bit too organized and sanitized That said, the writing is still very good and the mystery is compelling I believe most readers will find this book [...]

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    7. in theory it sounds like a good idea but the delivery was only ok the voice in some of the letters sounded contrived and stereotypical not to mention the letters contents didn t vary enough in parts to keep the reader involved the ending was abrupt and seemed like an afterthought it didn t propel me toward a sequel I felt I was reading a rough draft there definitely could have been polish to the technique.

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    8. The first page disturbed and intrigued me As I read, I could actually hear the characters voices in my head Brilliant narration, the author has created a world where we uncomfortably go into and think of our own escape with the patients, each sentences dragging you deeper into the world of the asylum A wonderful read, I really look forward to see what else this author comes up with as I really enjoy her writing style Different, original, raw and entrancing.

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    9. ALL BUT THE ENDINGI really enjoyed this book, it was very intriguing There was a build the entire story leading to the end, then there was nothing It confuses me and I feel kinda upset I wish I got to know it left me confused The book would have been 5 stars if it had about the escape in the end.

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    10. This book had a lot of potential with the premise, but any potential for a really good story went unrealized There was little to no character development and meager details in the plot It was a disappointing read but I tend to be stubborn about abandoning reading a book so I finished it anyway.

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    11. Awesome thrilling captivating and suspenseful This is a book I recommend to anyone one who likes thrillers and suspense Letters from a looney bin is exactly what the title says It grabbed me and kept me wondering what s next Loved it

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    12. I wanted to like this book, but I just coukdnt get past how rough it seemed There was very little story structure or really development it has potential, but it needed something There just wasnt really any substance.

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    13. Had potentialThis had an interesting concept I was looking forward to something historically based The letters themselves were quirky, but some historical anecdotes would have helped with the authenticity An ok read.

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    14. Pretty darkMental health patients have dimension and slivers of health than the characters here It s unfortunate that the true qualities of human beings, even very ill people, didn t shine through these characters.

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    15. Wasn t what I was expecting The idea was great but I didn t get the in depth read I was hoping for I was wanting details on cases than individuals.

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    16. I really liked all the different, crazy, sometimes even humorous stories but the ending left me less than satisfied I hope there s a sequel or something.Also, please get an editor.

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    17. Interesting concept but poor execution and the ending is very vague.

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    18. Definitely a thought provoking story It makes you wonder if the letters written are real, and it they are, what horrible lives people lived in asylums.

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    19. Although made to look like a work of non fiction, it is, in fact fiction No one ever found out what happened to Emerson Rose mental institution It s patients, doctors, and staff mysteriously disappear with no clues as to what happened or where everyone went Years later, as the property was set to undergo demolition, a cache of letters was found hidden within a mattress The letters were all addressed to a Dr Quill and were written by patients in the months leading up to the mysterious disappearan [...]

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    20. This book was a good idea, but a few paragraphs into the first letter I thought this doesn t sound like a mental patient , it sounds like an English poet Especially from the timeline written.Each letter is written by the same person with the same tone There was nothing individual about each letter I kept waiting for something interesting to happen, especially towards the end Disappointing many grammar errors

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    21. This book s stories of the different patients in the asylum come together quite nicely and while some of the stories are in fact interesting to read, it did not pull me in to want I don t dislike the book nor do I like it It was an overall okay and quick read If you were looking to give this book a go, I would not discourage that I just personally was not too into it.

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    22. No Just no The concept was brilliant, but the writing was sub par I understand that the author is trying to make herself sound crazy, but it comes across as overly choppy and immature There needs to be a balance of great writing and the choppy ideas of an insane person This, to me, just didn t make the cut.

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    23. Emerson RoseA dark dismal book about the mentally ill told from the patients point of view Story left you in limbo, guess you need to read stories from the Looney Bin to see what became of the patients Book was a quick read but not good enough to read book 2

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    24. InterestingI found this book intriguing to say the least You get a glimpse into the very minds of those who suffered.

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    25. I read this book pretty fast The body of the book is literally just letters from people I was waiting for a climax at the end, but that never came Oh, well I just have to read the next book

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    26. Not great but not horrible Good fast read i guess.

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    27. Kind of slow but interesting I found myself wanting to know about the people in the letters I felt unfinished but it s a good story I just wish there was to it.

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    28. As a clinical counselor, I felt these contrived letters were exploitative of the mentally ill.

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    29. very entertaining and disturbing at the same time

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    30. WowIf you have ever wondered what it is like to look into the another s thoughts then you will love this book.

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