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The Explosive Conclusion to the Dr. Harper Therapy series I'm a therapist, and I've worked with the wildest internet celebrities… A vigilante who treated humans as factory farm animals. A germaphobe who warned of the next major plague. My own best friend. A rapist who got cancelled online — and in real life. A psychic medium with a disturbing prediction. And the last patient The Explosive Conclusion to the Dr. Harper Therapy series I'm a therapist, and I've worked with the wildest internet celebrities… A vigilante who treated humans as factory farm animals. A germaphobe who warned of the next major plague. My own best friend. A rapist who got cancelled online — and in real life. A psychic medium with a disturbing prediction. And the last patient I ever worked with: The one who asked me to take them off life support. It all started with a big social media festival on a little island. We were promised endless days of sunshine, beach bonfires under the stars, and a chance to party with the world's most renowned influencers. Instead, we were lucky if we made it out in one piece.


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The Explosive Conclusion to the Dr. Harper Therapy series I'm a therapist, and I've worked with the wildest internet celebrities… A vigilante who treated humans as factory farm animals. A germaphobe who warned of the next major plague. My own best friend. A rapist who got cancelled online — and in real life. A psychic medium with a disturbing prediction. And the last patient The Explosive Conclusion to the Dr. Harper Therapy series I'm a therapist, and I've worked with the wildest internet celebrities… A vigilante who treated humans as factory farm animals. A germaphobe who warned of the next major plague. My own best friend. A rapist who got cancelled online — and in real life. A psychic medium with a disturbing prediction. And the last patient I ever worked with: The one who asked me to take them off life support. It all started with a big social media festival on a little island. We were promised endless days of sunshine, beach bonfires under the stars, and a chance to party with the world's most renowned influencers. Instead, we were lucky if we made it out in one piece.

30 review for I'm a Therapist, and My Patient is a Vegan Terrorist: 6 Deadly Social Media Influencers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sierra Fenwick

    Keeping it weird, loved it! This was such a quick, odd, fun read! So sad to know the trilogy is over though! 😭 this trilogy is unlike anything I typically read, but I loved every second of it, devoured it in 2 days. Pick this trilogy up! Its amazing!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ethan Bayes

    Whilst this one is not the best in the series (I feel like that belongs to the second book) it’s still really good and a good conclusion to the story. There are also more of the shocks that are expected in here however, it’s got the point that there have been so many that I know that they are all going to be a fake out. This kind of ruined the twist when they happened, if one of the twists ended up being true then I feel like I would believe it more and fall easier into the trap. However, it was Whilst this one is not the best in the series (I feel like that belongs to the second book) it’s still really good and a good conclusion to the story. There are also more of the shocks that are expected in here however, it’s got the point that there have been so many that I know that they are all going to be a fake out. This kind of ruined the twist when they happened, if one of the twists ended up being true then I feel like I would believe it more and fall easier into the trap. However, it was still good and the constant fake outs didn’t ruin the book too much.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stacia | stacialovestoread

    Great closer. This one didn’t grab me white like the first two but it was still a fun read! While I am sad to see the end of Dr. Harper’s stories, I know he’s gotta be cooking up something else for me to sink my teeth into!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    This book (and series) reads like fanfiction written by a 15 year old. If the author really is 15 then like kudos to them for publishing some books, but these are so bad. I read all three in 24 hours so clearly some part of me was interested enough for whatever reason, but I only finished the third book so I could write this review. The "plot" was all over the place and everything was somehow simultaneously chaotic and boring. This book (and series) reads like fanfiction written by a 15 year old. If the author really is 15 then like kudos to them for publishing some books, but these are so bad. I read all three in 24 hours so clearly some part of me was interested enough for whatever reason, but I only finished the third book so I could write this review. The "plot" was all over the place and everything was somehow simultaneously chaotic and boring.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Alright, although it wasn't my favourite of the 3 books, I still loved every minute of it! Twists and turns as always. I love Noah and honestly, who doesn't? I really hope Dr. Harper comes out with more books I love every minute of them! Keep it up! Alright, although it wasn't my favourite of the 3 books, I still loved every minute of it! Twists and turns as always. I love Noah and honestly, who doesn't? I really hope Dr. Harper comes out with more books I love every minute of them! Keep it up!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I loved this series so much I binged one after the other. Such quick reads. This was my least fav of the series but I still loved it. Thought it wrapped up really good. I'm sad it's over, would love to see more! I loved this series so much I binged one after the other. Such quick reads. This was my least fav of the series but I still loved it. Thought it wrapped up really good. I'm sad it's over, would love to see more!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    This one seemed a bit rushed but was the longest of the series. Even though it clearly had an end. I feel like I neeeed more. As usual over the top but quick easy keep you occupied kind of read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jodie "Bookish" Cook

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Book Review Title: I'm a Therapist, and My Patient is a Vegan Terrorist: 6 Deadly Social Media Influencers Author: Dr. Harper Genre: Short stories/Horror/Mental Health Rating: ***** Review: This is the final book in the Doctor Harper Therapy series, and I am sad because these books are dark, fast-paced, and amazing to read and I want more of them. The first patient file in this book belongs to Shawn, a vegan activist who is attending the island but immediately looks suspicious when a woman is shown t Book Review Title: I'm a Therapist, and My Patient is a Vegan Terrorist: 6 Deadly Social Media Influencers Author: Dr. Harper Genre: Short stories/Horror/Mental Health Rating: ***** Review: This is the final book in the Doctor Harper Therapy series, and I am sad because these books are dark, fast-paced, and amazing to read and I want more of them. The first patient file in this book belongs to Shawn, a vegan activist who is attending the island but immediately looks suspicious when a woman is shown to be tortured on a livestream from the island and Shawn wasn’t on the flight manifest. The woman Maggie, is tortured, killed, and supposedly fed to the other island residents sparking panic through everyone including Elliot. However, he quickly figures out that it was a hoax and that Shawn is Maggie and the reason he won’t speak is because his voice hasn’t dropped yet and Elliot helps him come to terms with being himself and being comfortable in his own skin but before Shawn leaves he warns Elliot not to hurt Noah which he doesn’t understand right now. We also get to witness the first date between the pair which was delightful given how dark these books can get, and I also have to say I am changing my opinion on Kierra even though she and Elliot fight like cat and dog. The four do seem to work well together with Zach being the voice of reason among them. The second patient file belongs to Linus, who is a complete germaphobe who correctly predicts the outbreak of an infectious disease on the island. Linus locks himself and Elliot, Noah, Kierra, and Zach in his bunker to prevent them getting infected. However, Elliot sense of justice won’t allow him to remind somewhere safe when there are people that need help, so he threatens Linus until he releases Elliot who rushes to help with Noah by his side. However, when Noah begins presenting symptoms Elliot is panicked but Linus comes to help. It is soon revealed that this is just another elaborate prank which has set Elliot’s nerves completely on edge. We also get to see Elliot and Noah’s second and third dates, the second is beautiful but the third ends up with Noah getting very drunk and asking questions that Elliot doesn’t really want to answer so he leaves. I am loving the fact we are getting this book from Noah’s perspective rather than Elliot’s because he is an adorable marshmallow and I love him so much. The third patient file belongs to Zach and it takes us back to Elliot’s childhood. Obviously, we had a glimpse of his battle with self-shame and self-harm but his relationship with Zach hasn’t really been explored. We learn that Elliot’s father left their family because he can no longer cope with his mother’s borderline personality disorder which she refuses to treat and also because of Elliot’s self-harm. However, his mother makes Elliot believe it is all his fault that his dad left leaving him with some psychological scars that he still struggles with today. After that Elliot withdraws and the only person, he willingly spends time with is Zach, but Zach wants him to make other friends. In the aftermath of one of their many arguments, Elliot believes that there might be something psychologically wrong with Zach and makes his first patient files. Back in the present, Elliot goes on his fourth date with Noah and there second “first” kiss is about to happen when Zach interrupts them as there has been a rape on the island. The fourth patient file belongs to Rocky, a firefighter accused of raping an old woman and even though he was proven innocent he still suffered in the court of public opinion and was left with lasting scars because of it. When the DNA on the new rape comes back, Zach is shown to be the rapist but Elliot refuses to believe it. Zach explains the only reason his DNA is on the record is because he was accused of raping a girl back in the college and as a black man, he was persecuted but ultimately was proven innocent. By the time Elliot, figures out that Rocky is the actual rapist and has been getting sperm samples from sperm banks to frame his victims as abusers, he kills himself meaning Zach is still taken away by the F.B.I. until his innocence can be proven but the other three remain behind to deal with the storm coming to the island. The next date between Elliot and Noah is gate-crashed by Kierra and we get some information about why Noah trusts her but not the full picture, but she still seems to be trying to insert herself between Elliot and Noah wherever she can. The fifth patient file belongs to Aurora, who is a psychic medium who comes to Elliot and Noah with a message from a dead woman asking Elliot for help. Elliot at first completely refuses to believe anything Aurora says even when she talks about things that very few people know like Elliot’s father leaving them when he was only a child. At first it seems like Kierra might be the woman but when Aurora talks about a mother’s worst nightmare and Kierra turns up fine, Elliot believe it might be his mother. After a brief phone call, we know it isn’t his mother either, but he gets a phone call from a lawyer telling him that the mother of the boy on the beach, James has died and that he and Noah are listed as the child’s guardians. Elliot wants to help James but he doesn’t want to force Noah into a position he isn’t ready for but he seems more than ready to build a life with Elliot after everything they have gone through which was beautiful and we get the see their second “first” kiss again which gave me all the feels. The final patient file belongs to Kierra as the final attack on the island happens with Rocky apparently faking his death and unleashing an acid attack on the pool which scars Noah and looks like it is going to kill Elliot when Kierra jumps in front of him taking the hit and resulting in over 90% over her body being burned. Afterwards, she asks Elliot to switch off her life support and he agrees but not before he gets answers to all the questions that have been bugging him since the beginning of the book. However, we get two endings, we get one where Zach and Elliot go off on more dangerous adventures, Kierra dies and Noah leaves Elliot for good and takes custody of James and in the second which is the real ending where find out the first ending is the ending of Elliot’s latest book as he changes professions after the events of the island and they all lived happily ever after which these characters rightly deserved but it does make me question how much of the previous books was real and how much was Elliot dramatizing the events for his books. Overall, I loved the Doctor Harper series and I need more like this very soon.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elyse Roman

    What a wonderful conclusion to these files. The Influencer Files is the 3rd book in this little trilogy. Some of the stories can seem a little far fetched and out there, but somehow they are told in a way that keeps you on the edge of your seat. There is always some twist and turn that has you diving in for more. Just like the first 2 books, this one has all of the stories tying together for a bigger reason. I can honestly say I felt the big reveal for this book wasn’t as good as the first 2 wer What a wonderful conclusion to these files. The Influencer Files is the 3rd book in this little trilogy. Some of the stories can seem a little far fetched and out there, but somehow they are told in a way that keeps you on the edge of your seat. There is always some twist and turn that has you diving in for more. Just like the first 2 books, this one has all of the stories tying together for a bigger reason. I can honestly say I felt the big reveal for this book wasn’t as good as the first 2 were. In the patient files and prisoner files I was blown away with what was going on behind the scenes but I wasn’t with this book. Despite that, the little twist at the end and how the story ended made up for it and I walked away happy. Dr. Harper is a very unconventional therapist and his adventures are crazy but he’s an awesome man to follow. He will most certainly leave you cracking up and also asking “what the f*** are you doing?” Read all three books and enjoy.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bev Meadows

    Weird and wonderful What have I just read. Three books in less than three days. Totally crazy stories, crazy characters just kept me hooked. I can't say that I even understood the endings but the writing was so clever I was able to forgive this. I have never read anything like this before and I hope Dr Harper continues to write. Very crazy but very enjoyable Weird and wonderful What have I just read. Three books in less than three days. Totally crazy stories, crazy characters just kept me hooked. I can't say that I even understood the endings but the writing was so clever I was able to forgive this. I have never read anything like this before and I hope Dr Harper continues to write. Very crazy but very enjoyable

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ve Wardh

    I was very disappointed with this book, the third in the trilogy, but it’s something I should have expected. At this point in the series, its formula has become predictable and the overall styles novelty has worn off, something the author clearly knew when attempting to revive it with the introduction of Noah’s POV. The relationship between Noah and Harper, though I do love some LGBT+ repping, was incredibly cringeworthy, very slash fanfictiony, and felt out of place. MLM rep aside though, I did I was very disappointed with this book, the third in the trilogy, but it’s something I should have expected. At this point in the series, its formula has become predictable and the overall styles novelty has worn off, something the author clearly knew when attempting to revive it with the introduction of Noah’s POV. The relationship between Noah and Harper, though I do love some LGBT+ repping, was incredibly cringeworthy, very slash fanfictiony, and felt out of place. MLM rep aside though, I didn’t really care for it nor the POV switch. It was an understandable decision by the author really, yet I imagine I wouldn’t have thought it so bad had it just been written better. Something I’d really liked about the previous two books was the sheer ridiculousness. I knew very well to expect its twists to be very farfetched, yet they pushed it way too far this time round. The opening story’s big reveal had me baffled with how out of the left field it was, it was just stupid. Without spoiling it, I’ve reiterated how much I love the LGBT+ rep in this series, yet this had me wishing they’d left it well alone here. It definitely missed the mark for me. Despite the slack storytelling I did appreciate their attempts to be topical. Cancel culture, BLM, trans rights etc. are all real and important issues, however I did feel as though it was forced which cheapened it in a way. A thin story isn’t deep just because you slap a trending hashtag on it. It definitely had its moments of horror and depravity as the first two did and had a lot of potential. The first half of the first file had me on edge: questioning everything, knowing at this point how bad I am at predicting the twists, wondering how far they were willing to go, because it inevitably ends in a fucked up bloodbath. Nope. Well…I did say I was bad at predicting the twists, so mega literary blue-balls for me. Again, its potential frustrated me. There was so much that could be done with it that they just didn’t do, letting it go down a borderline cartoonish and unintentionally hilarious path. I got the impression the author just wanted it to end as soon as possible, which is never a great impression.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Mann

    I want to start this review by saying I LOVED this series. This is the final installment in the series and it was my least favourite book. *Spoilers in here* In this book, Dr.Harper, Noah, Zach, and Kierra are on an island that is hosting an influencer festival. We go through different types of social media influencers that Dr. Harper is "treating" as patients on the island. We also witnessed the dates that Noah planned for Dr. Harper. Unlike the other two books, I didn't find these patients to I want to start this review by saying I LOVED this series. This is the final installment in the series and it was my least favourite book. *Spoilers in here* In this book, Dr.Harper, Noah, Zach, and Kierra are on an island that is hosting an influencer festival. We go through different types of social media influencers that Dr. Harper is "treating" as patients on the island. We also witnessed the dates that Noah planned for Dr. Harper. Unlike the other two books, I didn't find these patients to link up the same way patients did in the previous books. However, we did get to see and hear about a lot of the characters from the first and second books. I found that I had a hard time connecting or caring as much with these patients as I had with the previous books. I believe this was due to there not being enough detail and background about the patients, aside from the first patient. The first patient was a wild ride! I found that this book did, however, give the reader a better sense of who Dr. Harper really is. Instead of screaming WTF throughout the novel, I found myself understanding more of why he did the things he did. The storyline with Kierra for me was very unexpected and I really thought more could have been done with that. I am giving this book a 4 star rating because I love the concept, just wish there was more detail. I also want to give this series a 5 star rating, as it was a trilogy that I could barely put down. I again, recommend this series to anyone who is a fan of twisted writing and loves to say WTF the whole time. ** This series does need trigger warnings. There are many things brought up in this series that could trigger people.*

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lucii Dixon

    The only reason this book is a 4 and not a 3 is because the writing style is so incredibly eye catching. The stories make you sit in tender hooks but unfortunately this book was no where near as good as books one and two. And I’ll explain why... Noah. This character is the biggest reason why I didn’t like this books as much. He acts like a child and throws strops left right and centre when he doesn’t get his way and it irritates me. Doc wasn’t much better here either, he couldn’t seem to understa The only reason this book is a 4 and not a 3 is because the writing style is so incredibly eye catching. The stories make you sit in tender hooks but unfortunately this book was no where near as good as books one and two. And I’ll explain why... Noah. This character is the biggest reason why I didn’t like this books as much. He acts like a child and throws strops left right and centre when he doesn’t get his way and it irritates me. Doc wasn’t much better here either, he couldn’t seem to understand what other people said. He gives everyone a diagnoses which is ridiculous and also, another reason I wasn’t keen on this book, was how far-fetched these stories were. From books one they’ve been rather outlandish, but the first book was incredible and absolute genius. But these last two books lacked what book one had. Dr. Harper, from the beginning, treated people with ‘out there’ personalities and a range of diagnoses’, but at least in the first one some of it can be believed and some people can relate to. Kierra was a fab character who portrayed her ‘sociopath’ personality very well. She was the one character that acted as she was supposed to. I did enjoy the book, I did feel I need to keep turning the pages but the characters just irritated me, which is a shame. Noah is just too much. I did like the ending and found it a fab way to end a trilogy of rather bizarre books. This series is one you’ve never come across before and probably never will again. Great writing style and this author definitely knows how to draw the readers in and keep them there.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Markham

    Not the ending I expected I enjoyed the theme of the book, how social media influencers and their antics play a huge role in how we see the world and what happens to us. I'm not sure how I feel about the ending, though. With everything else about the book being realistic and a great example of our world right now and how messed up it is, the happy ending just seems forced and out of place. It seems unrealistic. It was a great scene, but adrenaline junkies don't just find peace. Survivors will alw Not the ending I expected I enjoyed the theme of the book, how social media influencers and their antics play a huge role in how we see the world and what happens to us. I'm not sure how I feel about the ending, though. With everything else about the book being realistic and a great example of our world right now and how messed up it is, the happy ending just seems forced and out of place. It seems unrealistic. It was a great scene, but adrenaline junkies don't just find peace. Survivors will always have some PTSD to work through their entire lives, nothing is perfect after you've endured repeated horrible traumatic experiences, especially as a child. It has lasting damaging effects that don't just go away because you have people who care about you. The ending would have been much better if it had shown the family helping James deal with his PTSD rather than pretending that everything was perfect. Because that's how the ending played. Fake and pretend. It almost ruins the whole book for me. The grammar errors didn't help either.

  15. 4 out of 5

    George

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. that final little twist had me fooled for a hot minute. i sat in disbelief that i committed to this trilogy just for elliot and noah to not have a happy ending. but god that was such a great twist. so glad they DID get a happy ending. i’m so happy with the reveal about kierra too. overall i highly enjoyed the series, i haven’t read in years because i get too distracted, (thanks adhd!) but the pacing in these books were excellent, high paced, loads of twists and turns and red hearings. just great that final little twist had me fooled for a hot minute. i sat in disbelief that i committed to this trilogy just for elliot and noah to not have a happy ending. but god that was such a great twist. so glad they DID get a happy ending. i’m so happy with the reveal about kierra too. overall i highly enjoyed the series, i haven’t read in years because i get too distracted, (thanks adhd!) but the pacing in these books were excellent, high paced, loads of twists and turns and red hearings. just great all round. also super appreciative of an mlm relationship sprinkled throughout them. that seemed genuine and not just thrown in to appease the gays. i was rooting for them the entire time and i’m just so happy it paid off! i would pay good money for a full book from noah’s pov because i love him. // i know nothing about anything btw, if anyone ever reads this, just know that. don’t take anything i say too seriously because i don’t know the first thing about what makes a book “a great book” i just write my incoherent thoughts / word vomit to look back on :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laoise

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was very happy that this was the final book in the series. I usually try to finish a series as best as I can, especially if the whole thing has been release by the time I start. However, if there was a 4th book I can assure you I would not have bothered with it. The fast paced nature of these books leave a lot to be desired, especially with some of the sensitive topics that are cover. The speed gives the allusion that the main characters don't actually care about the patients and care more abo I was very happy that this was the final book in the series. I usually try to finish a series as best as I can, especially if the whole thing has been release by the time I start. However, if there was a 4th book I can assure you I would not have bothered with it. The fast paced nature of these books leave a lot to be desired, especially with some of the sensitive topics that are cover. The speed gives the allusion that the main characters don't actually care about the patients and care more about "solving the patient file". This rushed feeling is just intensified by passed characters returning in what feels like a random fashion, so that the characters can have their "Ideal Happily Ever After". If I was to go back in time and read this again for the first time I wouldn't read further than the first booking, being left on a cliff-hanger would have been less painful.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    An excellent finale to the trilogy with some interesting twists still to come along the way. Picking up where book 2 left off, Dr Harper heads to a special island retreat for influencers with boyfriend/assistant Noah, Noah’s psycho ex-wife Kierra and his former crush/best friend Zack. As usual, strange stuff starts happening and gruff Dr Harper doesn’t do himself or his friends many favours but he’s there to help solve the mysteries behind the various attacks and crimes taking place. The series An excellent finale to the trilogy with some interesting twists still to come along the way. Picking up where book 2 left off, Dr Harper heads to a special island retreat for influencers with boyfriend/assistant Noah, Noah’s psycho ex-wife Kierra and his former crush/best friend Zack. As usual, strange stuff starts happening and gruff Dr Harper doesn’t do himself or his friends many favours but he’s there to help solve the mysteries behind the various attacks and crimes taking place. The series is great social commentary and I think it’s at its heaviest in this book with its look at vegans, terrorism, pandemics, influencers, rape cultures and #metoo but it flows nicely as a narrative, pieced together with the sweet romance of Noah’s attempts to date Dr Harper and his self-help “keys” Really glad I read this series, as unsettling as some of its stories have been!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bisan

    Me? Crying because of the ending? No ma'am, nope. *sniffles* (view spoiler)[ they're just so happy! James is safe, Zach isn't in jail and the ship has finally sailed! (hide spoiler)] I can NOT even begin to describe the emotional turmoil I felt during reading this, a moment I would be angry at a character screaming at the book the next I would be crying because 'Hey, that's not fair! and then I would be laughing because as much as I hate her, Kierra is kinda funny? (view spoiler)[ and don't Me? Crying because of the ending? No ma'am, nope. *sniffles* (view spoiler)[ they're just so happy! James is safe, Zach isn't in jail and the ship has finally sailed! (hide spoiler)] I can NOT even begin to describe the emotional turmoil I felt during reading this, a moment I would be angry at a character screaming at the book the next I would be crying because 'Hey, that's not fair! and then I would be laughing because as much as I hate her, Kierra is kinda funny? (view spoiler)[ and don't even get me to talk about that fake ending. (hide spoiler)] All in all, I really liked this series and the characters, even the very unlikeable ones, are interesting. I'll probably be reading it again, especially considering it only solidified my love for morally grey characters.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kelly McMillan

    Good end to the series This book was a good end to the series. It was nice to be broken down into two parts 1) daytime/patient profiles from Docs POV and 2) date nights from Zach’s POV. Although towards the end i was excited thinking that the ending was bleak as the whole series had been based around death, murder, psychology issues etc. But then it turns it around again which is nice because it is made for a younger audience so you obviously won’t want to scar them for life. Enjoyable series, ea Good end to the series This book was a good end to the series. It was nice to be broken down into two parts 1) daytime/patient profiles from Docs POV and 2) date nights from Zach’s POV. Although towards the end i was excited thinking that the ending was bleak as the whole series had been based around death, murder, psychology issues etc. But then it turns it around again which is nice because it is made for a younger audience so you obviously won’t want to scar them for life. Enjoyable series, easy to read, and some interesting plot twists.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Laura Kendrick

    It's time to go #reviewthelookingglass I'm giving #ImATherapistAndMyPatientIsAVeganTerrorist by #DrHarper 🏝🚒🚢 out of 5 stars 🌟 Now we come to the final in this trilogy. Dr Harper is free from prison and has been invited to a mysterious island full of social influencers and he's going to have to sift through a dumpster trash fire of people to just enjoy his holiday. Where I struggled with giving the last one three stars, this one deserved them, in fact it's closer to a 3.5. The utter ridiculousness o It's time to go #reviewthelookingglass I'm giving #ImATherapistAndMyPatientIsAVeganTerrorist by #DrHarper 🏝🚒🚢 out of 5 stars 🌟 Now we come to the final in this trilogy. Dr Harper is free from prison and has been invited to a mysterious island full of social influencers and he's going to have to sift through a dumpster trash fire of people to just enjoy his holiday. Where I struggled with giving the last one three stars, this one deserved them, in fact it's closer to a 3.5. The utter ridiculousness of everything that happens between the first and last page of this book is, like the ones before it, just pure fun. Dark, twisted, gross kind of fun. If I have to compare to another set of movies... it's like Hostel. Sometimes you just have to watch the utter dark ridiculousness that unfolds and unsettles. A chance to turn your brain off and indulge in the outlandish and grim. It suffers like the others from editing and clunky parts but its mostly forgotten by the time you've moved onto the next twist in the story. (Like how you forgive bad special effects in a cheesy movie). If you made it through the others, definitely give this one a try. They're all on KindleUnlimited to read for free if you have that! #books #bookreview #ebook #bookstagram #bookreviews #bookreview #writerreviewing #reading #read #haveread #review #reading #readersofinstagram #bookstagrammer #booklover #bookworm

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mike (the Paladin)

    I'm simply leaving these (as I read all 3 of these and sort of go together) on my "Read" shelf as beyond that they sort of defy easy categorization. I will simply say that they may be your cup of tea, they may not. Each of the 3 books is related as a set of case files where the patients are worked with. The stories tend to draw together and make a pattern. You will learn more and more about the main character/storyteller as you go. I'm giving 3 stars to each book and can only recommend you try th I'm simply leaving these (as I read all 3 of these and sort of go together) on my "Read" shelf as beyond that they sort of defy easy categorization. I will simply say that they may be your cup of tea, they may not. Each of the 3 books is related as a set of case files where the patients are worked with. The stories tend to draw together and make a pattern. You will learn more and more about the main character/storyteller as you go. I'm giving 3 stars to each book and can only recommend you try them yourself. There are things I like there are things that leave me cold. To each.

  22. 5 out of 5

    ms daisy mcinnes

    Hoping this is more than a trilogy. Have loved this unethical mixed up character with a mixture of bewilderment and affection. These books cry out to be made into a TV show, as long as they didn't try and change him one tiny bit, actually feel bereft that this books seem to be a trilogy, and I have finished the third book, although I have signed up to the website at the end, which I am hoping offers us more of dr Elliot Harper. Would have to place in the top books I have read this year, and I rea Hoping this is more than a trilogy. Have loved this unethical mixed up character with a mixture of bewilderment and affection. These books cry out to be made into a TV show, as long as they didn't try and change him one tiny bit, actually feel bereft that this books seem to be a trilogy, and I have finished the third book, although I have signed up to the website at the end, which I am hoping offers us more of dr Elliot Harper. Would have to place in the top books I have read this year, and I read a lot of books, but have read even more because of lockdown.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sammy

    I'm not entirely sure where to start or even what to say. Where the first book begins as believable until its finale, and the second starts falling off the rails, I'm not entirely sure what the author was thinking for this book. It's so far from what I thought it would be that I cant determine whether I liked it or hated it. Dont read this if you're expecting any sort of realistic therapy, or a realistic story in the slightest. It did, however, entertain me for the hour it took for me to read it I'm not entirely sure where to start or even what to say. Where the first book begins as believable until its finale, and the second starts falling off the rails, I'm not entirely sure what the author was thinking for this book. It's so far from what I thought it would be that I cant determine whether I liked it or hated it. Dont read this if you're expecting any sort of realistic therapy, or a realistic story in the slightest. It did, however, entertain me for the hour it took for me to read it.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    On the one hand, I’m happy the author has the courage to share this. I’ve always wanted to be a writer and I understand what that must feel like. On the other hand, this series reads like someone’s Facebook page over time. There are so many inconsistencies and a lot of it is simply unbelievable. The end is a convenient compromise to actually trying to tie it together. And then there’s the part where it feels like a manifesto about social dysfunction, which makes the Facebook page even more plaus On the one hand, I’m happy the author has the courage to share this. I’ve always wanted to be a writer and I understand what that must feel like. On the other hand, this series reads like someone’s Facebook page over time. There are so many inconsistencies and a lot of it is simply unbelievable. The end is a convenient compromise to actually trying to tie it together. And then there’s the part where it feels like a manifesto about social dysfunction, which makes the Facebook page even more plausible. All that said, I couldn’t stop reading it. It might make a fun tv series...

  25. 5 out of 5

    hailie

    this book was kind of cheesy but i’m letting that slide because i’m a hopeless romantic and was happy to see more of dr.harper and noah’s love affair in the final book of the trilogy. this was such a fun little series and i’m sad to be finished with it but loved how everything ended. i HIGHLY recommend this series if you’re looking for some quick and light mystery/physiological reading with a hint of romance.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Michael Vieira

    Typical Dr Harper book where there are so many twists and turns, making you constantly wonder how this author thinks of the things he/she does. This was the first book though that made me feel like I was in a limbo between a young adult book and such a mature book that I wouldnt want to pass this along to my children for quite some time. Not the best out of the trilogy in my opinion, but I can definitely still recommend it for how bizarre it is, which I'm a fan of. Typical Dr Harper book where there are so many twists and turns, making you constantly wonder how this author thinks of the things he/she does. This was the first book though that made me feel like I was in a limbo between a young adult book and such a mature book that I wouldnt want to pass this along to my children for quite some time. Not the best out of the trilogy in my opinion, but I can definitely still recommend it for how bizarre it is, which I'm a fan of.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lucy Reid

    Absolutely brilliant! I loved these 3 books. Absolutely genius and also funny. I kept thinking I'd got it all figured out, but kept getting bamboozled. And for those of you moaning that you read the first book half way through and gave up because you worked out that it was fiction (well done for that) should have read the disclaimer at the beginning 'This is a work of fiction, ect. etc...', and perhaps pondered why it's listed as fiction??? 😂😂😂 Absolutely brilliant! I loved these 3 books. Absolutely genius and also funny. I kept thinking I'd got it all figured out, but kept getting bamboozled. And for those of you moaning that you read the first book half way through and gave up because you worked out that it was fiction (well done for that) should have read the disclaimer at the beginning 'This is a work of fiction, ect. etc...', and perhaps pondered why it's listed as fiction??? 😂😂😂

  28. 5 out of 5

    Julie-Anne

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Although I have enjoyed this series, I felt this one was the weakest offering. It didn't offer as much believability or suspense as the previous titles. Any suspense it did try to offer became more of an annoyance (ie Kierra being suddenly forgiven, bUt WhYyYy?!1) The 180 in the epilogue was unnecessary too; it gave me whiplash rather than what I suspect was to be an unpredictable twisty feeling. Although I have enjoyed this series, I felt this one was the weakest offering. It didn't offer as much believability or suspense as the previous titles. Any suspense it did try to offer became more of an annoyance (ie Kierra being suddenly forgiven, bUt WhYyYy?!1) The 180 in the epilogue was unnecessary too; it gave me whiplash rather than what I suspect was to be an unpredictable twisty feeling.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katie Carter

    there was a point i this where i was like 'elliot sucks he's not even a likeable main character' but i stuck w/ it for my golden retriever boy noah and the ending really did something for my soul. i loved how absolutely crazy each of these books were and the twists we're really fun as well. obvs not the height of literature but if you want something fun, short and super morbid these are perfect. 2nd one was the best of the three imo but 1 and 3 are also !!! 3.5 stars there was a point i this where i was like 'elliot sucks he's not even a likeable main character' but i stuck w/ it for my golden retriever boy noah and the ending really did something for my soul. i loved how absolutely crazy each of these books were and the twists we're really fun as well. obvs not the height of literature but if you want something fun, short and super morbid these are perfect. 2nd one was the best of the three imo but 1 and 3 are also !!! 3.5 stars

  30. 5 out of 5

    Blaise Threet

    Third and Final Amazing Read After reading through the First 2 books in a flash I knew I had to download this one on kindle. I was certainly not disappointed by the series and this one had the same amount of hype as the first two. If you enjoyed reading the first two don't miss the finale. It will blow your mind! Third and Final Amazing Read After reading through the First 2 books in a flash I knew I had to download this one on kindle. I was certainly not disappointed by the series and this one had the same amount of hype as the first two. If you enjoyed reading the first two don't miss the finale. It will blow your mind!

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