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Mr. NobodyA psychiatrist treating a man with no memory discovers that her patient knows far about her past than his own in a gripping psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of Something in the Water. Who is Mr Nobody When a man is found on a British beach, drifting in and out of consciousness, with no identification and unable to speak, interest in him is sparked immediately From the hospital staff who find themselves inexplicably drawn to him, to international medical experts who are baffled by him, to the national press who call him Mr Nobody, everyone wants answers Who is this man And what happened to him Some memories are best forgotten.Neuropsychiatrist Dr Emma Lewis is asked to assess the patient in a small town deep in the English countryside This is her field of expertise, this is the chance she s been waiting for, and this case could make her name known across the world But therein lies the danger Emma left this same town fourteen years ago and has taken great pains to cover all traces of her past since then Places aren t haunted people are.But now something or someone is calling her back And the time she spends with her patient, the alarmed she becomes that he knows the one thing about her that nobody is supposed to know. Best Download [ Mr. Nobody ] by [ Catherine Steadman ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wildweaves.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Mr. Nobody
  • Catherine Steadman
  • English
  • 04 July 2018
  • 1524797685

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  1. I take no pleasure in writing reviews for books I found less than thrilling, but unfortunately Mr Nobody by Catherine Steadman ticked only a few of my boxes Perhaps it is having read too many books in the genre, but I found the pacing to be slow to the point of crippling, and the climax lacked the twists and turns I expe...

  2. Emma Lewis is a leader in her field of memory loss and is chosen to work on a case that will challenge her to determine the diagnosis is it retrograde amnesia, fugue or lying It will require her to return to her home town, which she and her family changed their names and left 14 years ago But Emma knows it s a big opportunity for her career because these cases are so rare This perfect offer out of the blue, this opportunity, the chance I ve been waiting for But I d have to go there Why Emma Lewis is a leader in her field of memory loss and is chosen to work on a case that will challenge her to determine the diagnosis is it retrograde amnesia, fugue or lying...

  3. 2.5 stars, rounded upCatherine Steadman scored big with Something in the Water, although it wasn t a particular favorite of mine But I was still curious to see what she would do with her sopho effort The book opens with a man awakening on the beach, wounded, with only hazy memories Among the missing memories are how he got there and what his name is Dr Emma Lewis is brought in to oversee his case She wants to see if this is truly a fugue state, a case of Retrograde amnesia, the loss of 2.5 stars, rounded upCatherine Steadman scored big with Something in the Water, although it wasn t a particular favorite of mine But I was still curious to see what she would do with her sopho effort The book opens with a man awakening on the beach, wounded, with only hazy memories Among the missing memories are how he got there and what his name is Dr Emma Lewis is brought in to oversee his case She wants to see if this is truly a fugue state, a case of Retrograde amnesia, the loss of all personal memories.I m not a big fan of books where the main character is privy to information that isn t shared with the reader Here, we quickly learn that something happened in Emma s teen years that caused the family to move away and change their names But we aren t told what It soon becomes apparent that Mr Nobody k...

  4. A man washes up on a British beach, with no memory of who he is, or how he got there Is he the perfect study of retrograde amnesia or fugue Or is he lying Dr Emma Lewis is asked to take on the case But, why is the government so interested in Mr Nobody dubbed Matthew by a caring nurse And, why is this case so secretive that Dr Lewis must sign a Non disclosure agreement, and risk her own secrets being exposed I was left with some unanswered questions, and not in a there must be a A man washes up on a Briti...

  5. Ms Steadman s debut, Something in the Water was one of my first NetGalley reads I loved it, so I was excited when I saw her second book on NG The story of Dr Emma Lewis and Mr Nobody really peaked my interest at times, but ultimately left me with too many questions The premise and writing are fantastic and I think the story had the potential to be really great But it was bogged down with too many details and the ending didn t do it for me It didn t have the thrill factor that keeps me Ms Steadman s d...

  6. 4 5 stars Title is Mr Nobody A man in his forties is found on beautiful Holkham Beach, Norfolk on a winters day, he s soaked to the skin, he s freezing cold and has no shoes on He has no memory of who he is or how he got there just fleeting thoughts and something written on his hand which he removes Dr Emma Lewis is in her early 30 s, is a neuropsychologist and she is asked by aexperienced and well known American specialist to investigate Does Mr Nobody have retrograde amnesia 4 5 stars Title is Mr Nobody A man in his forties is found on beautiful Holkham Beach, Norfolk on a winters day, he s soaked to the skin, he s freezing cold and has no shoes on He has no memory of who he is or how he got there just fleeting thoughts and something written on his hand which he removes Dr Emma Lewis is in her early 30 s, is a neuropsychologist and she is asked by aexperienced and well known American specialist to investigate Does Mr Nobody have retrograde amnesia from a brain injury or is it arare psychological trauma or fugue The story is told principally from Emma s point of view and Mr Nobody Emma is very conflicted about taking the case because of something in her past which occurred in Norfolk but she decides to overcome her fears of returning to...

  7. A man is found on a beach is Norfolk He does not know who he is or why he is there The only thing he remembers is the name of the woman who found him A well known neuropsychiatric, Dr Emma Lewes has been called in to assist investigating this case, but in doing so, she will be returning to the village of her childhood that she had fled from when something bad had happened But Mr Nobody appears to know certain things about her, even though he can t remember things in his own past.This A man is found on a beach is Norfolk He does not know who he is or why he is there The only thing he remembers is the name of the woman who found him A well known neuropsychiatric, Dr Emma Lewes has been called in to assist investigating this case, but in doing so, she will be returning to the village of her childhood that she had fled from when something bad had happened But Mr Nobody appears to know certain things about her, even though he can t remember things in his own past.This st5has a slow pace and in parts, it seemed to drag on a bit It does have an interesting take on amnesia and whether people can fake having it The author has done her research into memory loss before writing this book The final reveal was a bit disappointing and the ending was rushed There are several twists as the story unfolds I could not warm to any of the characters who were complex The loose ends were all tied up nicely by the end of the book.I ...

  8. Mr Nobody by Catherine Steadman the story of an unknown man found on the beach who has no memory of how he got there and a doctor sent to treat him that is trying to hide her past.This is a slow burning story,...

  9. Emma Lewis is neuropsychiatrist, who is surprised when she s asked to work on a case for a newsworthy patient Dubbed Mr Nobody, he s a man found on a British beach, in wet clothes and without any identification He won t speak and the hospital staff are all drawn to him But for Emma to take the case, it means returning to a place that she left fourteen years ago in disgrace a place she s worked to leave behind and erase any signs of herself fromWhy can t I remember Why can t I Emma Lewis is neuropsychiatrist, who...

  10. A man washes up on a British beach, with no memory of who he is, or how he got there Is he the perfect study of retrograde amnesia or fugue Or is he lying Dr Emma Lewis is asked to take on the case But, why is the government so interested in Mr Nobody , dubbed Matthew by a caring nurse And, why is the case so secretive that Dr Lewis must sign a Non disclosure agreement, and risk her own secrets being exposed I was left with some unanswered questions.At times, I was completely A man washes up on a British beach, with no memory of who he is, or how he got there Is he the perfect study of retrograde ...