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Publisher's Summary

Three-time best-selling author in new release books, Amy Perez, MS Psychology, is also the number one best seller in forensic psychology

Books by Amy Perez, MS Psychology:

  • Manic Episode Series
  • Schizophrenic Episode Series
  • Narcissistic Episode Series
  • Dark Angel Episode Series
  • 21 Keys
  • Bipolar Disorder: Thriving, Triggers, Love & Relationships
  • The Psychology of Love, Finances & Nutrition

Are you ready to get locked away in a maximum-security mental hospital? Go inside the mind of a criminal along with an innocent man. There will be violence, injections, psychosis, and murder.

Andrew is married with children. He finds himself fighting for his life in a maximum state mental institute. He will be trying to prove his sanity so that he can make it home to his family. Meanwhile, his brain is sending him into bouts of a deep psychosis. He will have to fight through the pills and injections to come back to sanity and clarity.

He will find his way to the most dangerous criminal in the facility. Can Andrew turn this criminal around and show him the light? Find out in this psychological thrilling series by Amy Perez, MS Psychology. This series is based on a true story. Some names and details have been changed.

About the author:

Amy Perez has a master's degree in General Psychology. She has worked in Miami, Florida, with people living with various mental illnesses. She has spent many hours inside mental health facilities with a first-hand patient perspective. Amy lives in Florida with her family and orange tabby. She enjoys reading, writing, cookin,g and spending time in nature.

Instagram: avidauthor, Twitter: @Psychologyamy, Facebook groups: Mental Health Encouragement, I Love Books, Psychology Facts.

©2019 Amy Perez, MS Psychology (P)2020 Amy Perez, MS Psychology

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A true insight

This story through me for a loop. It truly gives a basic ideal of what life with schizophrenia could be like for someone and it really makes you appreciate the medical field and what psychological advances we have. Well done!

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This book is an extremely simple perused

This book is an extremely simple perused, and you can put the data to utilize right away. You can perceive the practices and have a superior comprehension of what is going on.

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  • 01-02-21

Love it!

As a psych major and counseling student, anything psychology catches my attention. Loved the narration. Can’t wait for the next one!

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I was speechless

This was amazing. The narrator did a great job. It was very eye opening and made you think.
I can say I feel like I understand more about disorders.

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Fascinating

Informative and interesting.

An eye-opening dive into what life with schizophrenia is like. Since this audiobook plunges us directly into a first-person perspective, we see the ups and downs and it makes it a lot easier to really understand all that goes into this mental illness.

Narration went well with the material.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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"I don't inhale, though."

Two men, Gary and Andrew, inside a State high security mental institution; one cannot understand why he is there and wants only to be allowed to go home to his wife and children, the other a mass murderer and cannibal. Their days are viewed and perspectives related through randomly alternating first person monologues, drawing the reader into the confused and often horrifying internal state of mind of both men. Simply expressed and easy to read, the book is uncomfortable to digest especially as it is based on true events.

Narration is by John Campagna. His voice has a pleasant timbre but, despite good modulation, retains a slightly wooden presentation with overlong delays between some scenes. As the story proggresses, however, this becomes less noticeable and the reading feels increasingly appropriate. One major editing glitch occures, however, when scene 8 of episode 9 is repeated in it's entirety in scene 9 - about one and one half minutes.

My thanks to the rights holder of Schizophrenic Episode, who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary copy. This book made for fascinating reading.

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Ever wanted to be in the mind of a Schizophrenic?

Amy Perez definitely shows off her writing skills and history of psychology in Schizophrenic: Episode Series. At first I was confused until I realized the book is from a first person perspective. I truly felt empathy for the subject.

John Campagna’s performance was excellent and helpful with all the intricate nuances weaved through the book.

I have definitely become more aware of those who suffer mental illness. It brings the diagnosis to a whole other level. I wish this book was required reading for all public servants who interact with the public. Thank you Amy!

I was given a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for my unbiased review.

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  • 11-22-21

"I don't inhale, though."

Two men, Gary and Andrew, inside a State high security mental institution; one cannot understand why he is there and wants only to be allowed to go home to his wife and children, the other a mass murdered and cannibal. Their days are viewed and perspectives related through randomly alternating first person monologues, drawing the reader into the confused and often horrifying internal state of mind of both men. Simply expressed and easy to read, the book is uncomfortable to digest especially as it is based on true events.

Narration is by John Campagna. His voice has a pleasant timbre but, despite good modulation, retains a slightly wooden presentation with overlong delays between some scenes. As the story proggresses, however, this becomes less noticeable and the reading feels increasingly appropriate. One major editing glitch occures, however, when scene 8 of episode 9 is repeated in it's entirety in scene 9 - about one and one half minutes.

My thanks to the rights holder of Schizophrenic Episode, who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary copy. This book made for fascinating reading.

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  • 07-29-21

So interesting

My own mind boggled as I followed the audio. I wasn't sure whether it was an error that a section was repeated, or whether it was pertinent to the story, either way it didn't detract.

I was a bit disappointed with the narration as it came across as rather monotonous. Again, maybe this was deliberate.

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  • Mishy
  • 01-25-21

Schizophrenic Episode

What a fascinating and interesting listen this was, what a human brain can go through and come out at the end and be able to carry on with life, though I did fear for him while he was being treated in the institute. Narration was good too.

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  • Helen
  • 01-14-21

Amazing

Amazing audiobook
Are you ready to get locked away in a maximum-security mental hospital?
Fabulous

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  • Sebastian43
  • 12-05-20

Fantastic book

I found this book fascinating and interesting, thank you Amy Perez for sharing your knowledge with us and congratulations for the Narrator's work.
Thank you
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Sebastian

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  • 11-23-20

It definitely drives you inside a schizo

The narrator was fine, maybe a bit to mono tone.
In the middle of the book I was about to give up... But then I realized how good it actually was, I was inside the mind of a mentally ill guy... It was so much better to look into what I was listening for the inside out.