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e-Book Wawona Hotel epub download

Author: Matthew McKay PhD
ISBN: 1893448061
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: Boaz Publishing Company; 1st edition (June 15, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Action & Adventure
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e-Book Wawona Hotel epub download

by Matthew McKay PhD



Matthew McKay, PhD, is a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. He has authored and coauthored numerous books, including The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook, The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, Self-Esteem, Thoughts and Feelings, When Anger.

Matthew McKay, PhD, is a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. He has authored and coauthored numerous books, including The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook, The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, Self-Esteem, Thoughts and Feelings, When Anger Hurts, and ACT on Life Not on Anger. McKay received his PhD in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, and specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and depression.

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A woman's car is hit broadside. When she awakens from a three-week coma, Danielle McAllister slowly realizes that she has new awareness-the disturbing ability to read the emotions and motives of others with perfect clarity.

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A woman’s car is hit broadside. When she awakens from a three-week coma, Danielle McAllister slowly realizes that she has new awareness―the disturbing ability to read the emotions and motives of others with perfect clarity. But this strange gift has a price. Danielle’s husband, James, feels shame as he discovers her ability to know his intentions. The marriage goes through a series of jolting revelations while James copes with his transparency. As things fall apart, Danielle forms a relationship of great delicacy and caution with a young man named Harper. Part protectiveness and part suppressed desire, the connection between them deepens while Harper is exhilarated by the same transparency that James finds so shameful. With a touch of Magical Realism, this love story powers a profound and disturbing mystery―what happens inside a person who is completely seen and known, yet not accepted? Wawona Hotel is a searing look at that question, a book both lyrical and wise, that pushes to the core of the human need to be loved.
Alianyau
Not all that great of a story or I might have just become bored before the end. I know this is not a very helpful comment, but I don't remember much more about why I wasn't thrilled with the Wawona Hotel. Maybe I should re-read it.
Kazijora
I love reading mysteries and thrillers. I bought Wawona Hotel two years ago and it was sitting on my bookshelf waiting to be read. I had just finished reading Gone Girl and I was hungry for another book that was a page turner with great character development that I wouldn't want to put down. I found that and more with Matthew McKay's Wawona Hotel. The big difference between the two psychological thrillers is that I cared about the main characters in Wawona Hotel. Danielle is a woman who, following a serious head injury, has the ability to read the emotions and motives of others. She sees her husband James in a way that is very unsettling for both of them. The actions that follow made this a page turner that I couldn't put down.
krot
lively and colorful view.
Hidden Winter
Well written, evocative, and thoughtful. Good insights into affairs of heart, motivation, grieving and loss etc
Doomredeemer
I found the premise enticing, and was interested immediately. However, on a much more profound level, as I continued reading, I found myself constantly wondering about the characters: how was this going to end? how were they coping? Wawona Hotel is beautifully captivating. The characters--and all their struggles--seem very REAL to me. I enjoyed it tremendously and recommend it highly.
Marilore
Saw this book on the "New" shelf at library. Enjoy books set in familiar places (Yosemite) so thought it might be interesting. Checked reviews - only one found by M.J. Van Deventer in Oklahoma NewsOK (8/18/08). Only other references on Internet were about "give-a-ways" at publisher conventions. But was impressed by Dr. McKay's long career in clinical psychology and praise for his professional publications. After 100 pages, I don't care. There is not one character who feels real, has any depth, or about whom I care. Even after having been told about the devastating twists and turns in the plot (Deventer gave it all away), I can't find a reason to finish the book. On the other hand, about 5 pages into Richard North Patterson's new book, Eclipse, I am already concerned and interested in what happens to the characters. Back to this library this one goes -- perhaps this is the reason there are no reviews by Publishers Weekly or any other Amazon customers.