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Psycho Author Chet WilliamsThe original Psycho novel by Robert Bloch was published in and became an instant hit leading to the smash movie only a year later which brought Norman Bates's terrifying story into the public consciousness where it still remains proven by the success of the tv series Bates Motel It took Bloch years to write another Psycho novel revealing that Norman had been in a mental institution the entire time In that seuel Norman uickly escapes the sanitarium and goes on. 35 starsPSYCHO SANITARIUM by Chet Williamson fills the gap between Robert Bloch's Psycho and Psycho 2 I was very impressed with how well Williamson was able to capture the tone of Bloch's original classic The style did remind me uite a bit of Bloch's own and the idea of capturing the decades Norman Bates spent there was one worth pursuing The story flowed nicely from scene to scene There were a couple of surprises along the way but nothing that I really found unexpectedOverall a great look at the Sanitariums at the time the different methods used and of course the various temperaments of the people that worked in places like that As a story it felt realistic as a continuation of Norman Bates' character My only complaint was that it was extremely easy to figure out what exactly was going on the mystery part and for me it was about seeing how the book would conclude at that point Still a nice addition to the life of Norman Bates and MotherRecommended

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Vate sanitarium rud to be haunted A wild card appears in the persona of Robert Newman Norman's twin brother taken away at birth after the attending doctor pronounced him brain damaged As Robert and Norman grow to know each other Norman senses a darkness in Robert even deeper than that which has lurked in Norman himselfSoon murders begin to occur and a shocking chain of events plunge us even deeper into the deranged madness inside the walls of Psycho Sanitarium. Few will forget the last image in that great Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho when Norman Bates is seen isolated in a protected cell with the immortal words from his mother incarcerated in his mindShe wouldn't even harm a fly In many ways Sanitarium by Chet Williamson tries to encapsulate both the mood of the movie and the somewhat concerning mother thoughts that still dwell within the mind of Norman Added to this is the deep feeling of uneasiness that exist not only  in the hospital itself but also amongst fellow residents who have similar murderous afflictions to Norman This creates a constant tension the reader can never feel complacent as the volatile residents are liable to explode into violence at any time One such resident is a man called Miller who as a great admirer of Norman Bates is hoping to learn from him Miller is a convicted rapist and he feels that by introducing murder into his rapist illusions he can create the ultimate sexual high Episodes such as this are an everyday occurrence and the staff and doctors must remain vigilant and at a high state of readiness This story is really a glimpse inside the walls of a building where the patients have no hope of release and must live a day to day existence in the human euivalent of a fish bowl where their every move is observed their every action noted and where violence and the unexpected are the accepted norm no pun intended This is an enjoyable but unsettling tale and shows a world where all hope is gone It was a help to me as I had seen the original movie and the images created by that classic fitted perfectly into the story I received an advance copy of Sanitarium for an honest review and that is what I have written

Review Psycho Author Chet Williamson

Psycho Author Chet Williamson Read & download Ø 6 ↠ ❰Reading❯ ➿ Psycho Author Chet Williamson – Helpyouantib.co.uk The original Psycho novel by Robert Bloch was published in 1959 and became an instant hit leading to the smash movie only a year later which brought Norman Bates's terrifying story into the A killing spree in HollywoodBut what happened in that asylum during those two decades Until now no one has knownIt's Norman Bates is in the State Hospital for the Criminally Insane and it's up to Dr Felix Reed to bring him out of his catatonic stateBut Norman and Dr Reed have obstacles in twisted fellow patients and staff members who think of the institution as a prison rather than a place of healing And the greatest obstacle is the building itself once a pri. This book would make a great movie or a series An old mental institution for the criminally insane the personalities of the various staff and their own issues people disappearing ghost roaming around cruel psychiatrists the insanity of the patientsprisoners As a book it was a bit slow but still I stayed with it The who might be sane and who might not was interesting The ending was a little fast for me the tying up of everything so nicely a bit irritating and than a bit unrealistic but still an enjoyable read