The Silent Patient Audiobook

The Silent Patient audiobook
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The Silent Patient Alex Michaelides Audiobook 🎧

The Silent Patient is a shocking psychological thriller about a woman who commits domestic violence against her husband – and the therapist who is obsessed with figuring out why.

Alicia Berenson’s life appears to be perfect. She lives in a grand house with big windows overlooking a park in one of London’s most desirable areas, where she is a famous painter married to an in-demand fashion photographer. When her husband, Gabriel, returns home late from a fashion shoot one evening, Alicia shoots him five times in the face and then never speaks again.

Alicia’s refusal to speak or provide any kind of explanation elevates a domestic tragedy into something far grander, a mystery that captures the public imagination and elevates Alicia to celebrity. Her art skyrockets in value, and she, the silent patient, is hidden away from the tabloids and spotlight at the Grove, a secure forensic unit in North London.

Theo Faber is a criminal psychotherapist who has been looking forward to working with Alicia for a long time. His determination to persuade her to speak up and solve the mystery of why she shot her husband leads him down a perilous path into his own motivations – a quest for the truth that threatens to consume him…

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Alex Michaelides Biography

Michaelides grew up in Cyprus, the son of a Cypriot father and an English mother. At Trinity College, Cambridge University, he studied English literature.

He spent three years studying psychotherapy and two years working in a locked institution for young adults. This work served as inspiration and material for his debut novel, The Silent Patient.

The Silent Patient, Michaelides’ debut novel, was the #1 New York Times Bestseller in Hardcover Fiction in its first week[6] and the best-selling hardback debut in the United States in 2019. For seven weeks, it was a Sunday Times best-seller. On, it was the second most sold book in fiction in 2019[7] and was awarded the number one thriller of 2019. It was also named a Richard & Judy Book Club choice and a Book of the Month in The Times, as well as winning the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Mystery & Thriller of 2019. It was nominated for a Barry Award for best debut, as well as Barnes & Noble’s Book of the Year. Plan B, Brad Pitt’s production firm, is working on a cinematic adaptation of The Silent Patient.

The Maidens, Michaelides’ second novel, was released on June 10, 2021, by Orion Publishing (UK) and on June 15, 2021, by Celadon Books (US). It’s a psychological suspense thriller involving a string of killings at a Cambridge institution. For the week ending June 19, 2021, the novel debuted at number two on The New York Times fiction best-seller list.

Michaelides also co-authored The Con Is On, starring Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Parker Posey, and Sofia Vergara, and penned The Devil You Know, starring Lena Olin, Rosamund Pike, and Jennifer Lawrence.

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The Silent Patient Audiobook Excerpt Transcript

Called ideas and images that inspire me artistically things that make a creative impact on me. I’m only going to write positive, happy, normal thoughts, no crazy thoughts are allowed in part one. He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret if his lips are silent. He chatters with his fingertips: betrayal oozes out of him at every pore, Sigmund Freud, introductory lectures on psychoanalysis chapter one Alicia Berenson was 33 years old when she killed her husband. They had been married for seven years.

They were both artists. Alicia was a painter and Gabriel was a well-known fashion photographer he had a distinctive style, shooting semi-starved semi-naked women at strange unflattering angles. Since his death, the price of his photographs has increased astronomically. I find his stuff rather slick and shallow. To be honest, it has none of the visceral quality of Alicia’s best work.

Of course, I don’t know enough about art to say whether Alicia Berenson will stand the test of time as a painter. Her talent would always be overshadowed by her notoriety. So it’s hard to be objective and you might well accuse me of being biased. All I can offer is my opinion for what it’s worth and to me, Alicia was a kind of genius. Apart from her technical skill, her paintings have an uncanny ability to grab your attention by the throat almost and hold it in a vice-like grip.

Gabriel Berenson was murdered six years ago. He was 44 years old. He was killed on the 25th of august. It was an unusually hot summer. You may remember, some of the highest temperatures ever recorded.

The day he died was the hottest of the year. On the last day, of his life, Gabriel rose early, a car collected him at 5 15 a.m from the house. He shared with Alicia in northwest, London, on the edge of Hampstead Heath and he was driven to a shoot in Shoreditch. He spent the day photographing models on a rooftop for vogue.

Not much is known about Alicia’s movements. She had an upcoming exhibition and was behind with her work. It’s likely. She spent the day painting in the summer house, at the end of the garden which she had recently converted into a studio in the end. Gabriel’S shoot ran late and he wasn’t driven home until 11 pm half an hour later.

Their neighbor barbie hellman heard several gunshots. Barbie phoned the police and a car was dispatched from the station on Haverstock hill at 11, 35 pm. It arrived at the person’s house in just under three minutes. The front door was open. The house was in pitch black darkness, none of the light switches worked, the officers made their way along the hallway and into the living room.

They shone torches around the room, illuminating it. It is intermittent beams of light Alicia was discovered standing by the fireplace her white dress glowed ghost-like in the torchlight Alicia seemed oblivious to the presence of the police. She was immobilized frozen. A statue carved from ice with a strange, frightened look on her face as if confronting some unseen terror. A gun was on the floor next to it in the shadows, Gabriel was seated motionless bound to a chair with wire wrapped around his ankles and wrists at first.

The officers thought he was alive. His head was lolling slightly to one side as if he were unconscious, then a beam of light revealed Gabriel had been shot several times in the face. His handsome features were gone forever, leaving a charred blackened bloody mess. The wall behind him was sprayed with fragments of skulls brains, hair, and blood. Blood was everywhere splashed on the walls running in dark rivulets along the floor along the grain of the wooden floorboards.

The officers assumed it was Gabriel’s blood, but there was too much of it and then something glinted in the torchlight. A knife was on the floor by Alicia’s feet. Another beam of light revealed the blood spattered on Alicia’s white, dress, an officer grabbed her arms and held them up to the light. There were deep cuts across the veins in her cord of ideas and images that inspire me artistically things that make a creative impact on me. I’m only going to write positive, happy normal thoughts, no crazy thoughts are allowed.

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