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DeathMyth ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ DeathMyth By D.L. Osment ✩ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Dr Leopold Weintraub lived a normal life Happily married with two children he owned a beautiful home on Los Angeles' Venice Canals His psychiatric practice focused on the neurotic denizens of affluent Dr Leopold Weintraub lived a normal life Happily married with two children he owned a beautiful home on Los Angeles' Venice Canals His psychiatric practice focused on the neurotic denizens of affluent Santa Monica who wanted to whine about their lot in life Stella Morelli a filmmaker of some renown should have been just another name on his roster of patients Stella however walked into his office with madness mayhem and an agenda God she explained was temporarily out of commission It was Stella's mission to put God back on his throne and she reuired his assistance By the way for this job he would be working closely with Lucifer and the Archangel Michael the entire world would be their theater of action and forty four people would have to be dead Dr Leo took a deep breath and stepped up to the plate he became the recording secretary for this apocalypse.


1 thoughts on “DeathMyth

  1. Kathryn Hearst Kathryn Hearst says:

    I am a fan of this author Her writing style is witty and engaging even when dealing with difficult subject matter such as mental health and existentialist uestions The characters in Death Myth grab you by the throat and do not let you go Stella the main character is amazingly written In the beginning of the story she is in therapy for a myriad of mental health issues The character is skillfully crafted so her mental state almost becomes another character but it never comes off as cliche or overdone The therapist is jaded and bored for the first few sessions but even he cannot resist being pulled into Stella's orbit The pace is unrelenting and the plot twists keep you guessing until the ending I won't spoil it but whoa I did not see that comingI loved that this book gave a fresh perspective on some heavy subjects like mental illness and the afterlife yet it never bogs down with dogma DL Osment got her point across without once resorting to preaching I can't say enough about this book nor can I get it out of my mind


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