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When a handsome young mute man is admitted to Link Hill Insane Asylum Dr Daniel Archer's world is turned upside down Whilst Dr Archer battle. There were moments that I wanted to cry for the sheer beauty of this storyThen there were moments when everything that had gotten so important to me over the course of a few dozen pages threatened to shatter And my heart pounded in my throat as my eyes feverishly followed the MC a haunted Dr ArcherAnd ungh That very much unwanted workday that forced itself in between my feelings of awe dread and silent hopeSo around 4 PM during that workday you know the time I felt so dull and numb that I decided it would be a good idea to research lobotomies I thought I knew what they entailed I also assumed that they were nothing than a black page in the history of medical science uickly fixed and shoveled underneath the carpetI was wrong God was I wrongI will spare you the details so let me give you some details herep The first lobotomies were performed in 1935 by drilling holes in the skull and doing all sorts of nasty stuff that resulted in many complications After lots and lots of practice on poor sods about 10 years later US neurologists and psychiatrists especially a Dr Freeman found a less obtrusive way to perform a lobotomy by pricking straight through the thin skull of the eye sockets a procedure that took only a nice n easy 10 minutes Dr freeman s most famous patient and also his most obvious failure was Rosemary Kennedy sister of the one and only John F Kennedy He lobotomized her in 1941 when she was 23 The most probable reason Rosemary became a bit rebellious and moody in her teenage years It was suggested that a lobotomy could make her manageable The operation sure was a success because the young woman was basically left with the mental capacity of an infant She couldn t speak intelligibly any or control some bodily functions and she stared into space for hours She spent the rest of her life in an institutionAnyway now you know what s at stake in When The Music StopsNot that this is a horrifying tale Oh no not at all But there s certainly an undercurrent of looming doom to enjoy That delicious Goth atmosphere that accompanies our images of Victorian asylums for the dangerously insane lunatics and those guilty of being different It s striking really the way the author manages to catch and preserve this ambiance throughout the storyIt s impressive too how he allows you to crawl into the head of the respectable Dr Archer A man who is not only delightfully British in his behavior but also a product of his God fearing era and thus firmly strapped into a mental straitjacket of Christian dogmas As a reader you are watching from a first row seat how the distinguished doctor attempts to repress repel and confess his condemnable dark desires Will he be able to resist a beautifully innocent and intriguing young man then One who ever so subtly and seemingly completely unknowingly nestles himself underneath his skin A man who also happens to be one of his lunatic patientsMind you this is a little literary piece involving homo eroticism rather than your typical MM romance Also note that if you have difficulty handling characters who do not exactly behave morally appropriate in your eyes or in an otherwise fluffy and friendly manner this book will not be for you Personally I found being in Dr Archer s mind a pleasure His inner battle with instincts and intense emotions versus ethically correct behavior was realistically portrayed and than anything intriguing This made the last line of When The Music Stops and the epilogue all the disappointing for me I ve been joking to friends about how someone got himself a lobotomy in between the main story and that epilogue but really it s not funny If I could unread the epilogue I wouldn t hesitate to do so I regret this so much that yet another author who at first allowed his readers to form their own opinion who offered pieces of a puzzle but without that final piece decided it necessary to harshly strip away all the mystery of the story that would ve ignited your imagination for days to come It s only a testament to this precious novella that I m willing to swallow down my disappointment and go with a rare 5 stars after all

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When the Music Stops

Is the mysterious Mr White is he really as unknowing as he first appears to be and can love possibly triumph even against such stacked odds. 45 stars with a rare round up Damn y all this was amazing Beautiful evocative storytelling Where did this author go I don t have it in me today for much of a review but if you can stand some moral ambiguity in your stories I highly recommend this one Maybe after I re read it which is definitely going to happen I ll write

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S his inner demons his superiors begin to suspect that the doctor's interest in his patient may be a little than merely professional But who. Madness is fascinating the idea of a mind turning on itself or giving up losing all sense of purpose and identity and desire Humans are appallingly fragile I believe very little separates us the sanefrom them the broken The first thing I love about this story is this theme and how Dr Archer coaxes his mute fragile mental patient dubbed Mr White view spoilerout of his perceived madness hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “When the Music Stops

  1. says:

    45 Daniel stars “Bless me Father for I have sinned It has been fourteen days since my last confession I have had I have had impure thoughts about a man in my care”The priest’s voice registers a mixture of distaste and boredom “And what impure thoughts are these my son?” It is a uniue beautifully written book Shor

  2. says:

    There were moments that I wanted to cry for the sheer beauty of this storyThen there were moments when everything that had gotten so important to me over the course of a few dozen pages threatened to shatter And my heart pounded in my throat as my eyes feverishly followed the MC a haunted Dr ArcherAnd ungh That

  3. says:

    You know when you finish a book and you just stare at the kindle and keep clicking the doo dad hoping for something just one sentence one word even just please? Then there is no but you are still staring at the freaking page Just breathing and staring and thinking about everything you read swallowing back the lump in your throat a

  4. says:

    Madness is fascinating the idea of a mind turning on itself or giving up losing all sense of purpose and identity and desire Humans are appallingly fragile I believe very little separates us the sanefrom them the

  5. says:

    DNFSorry I just have problems reading books written in PRESENT tense They always seem so detached to me and thi

  6. says:

    35 Play it again Sam Stars Book Synopsis When a handsome young mute man is admitted to Link Hill Insane Asylum SOLD Yeah I didn't need to read any further The author had me at mute asylum you should though because there's a lot to th

  7. says:

    45 stars with a rare round up Damn y'all this was amazing Beautiful evocative storytelling Where did this author go?? I don't have it in me today for much of a review but if you can stand some moral ambiguity in your stories I highly recommend this one Maybe after I re read it which is definitely going to happen I'll write

  8. says:

    All we need is loveGoshIt was pretty INTENSEAnd in a perverse way BRILLIANTUtterly TWISTEDAnd sooooo GOOD WRITTEN It grabbed me from the first page and didn't let me go until the last word Daniel It is not a typical candy romance Link Hill is

  9. says:

    35 stars

  10. says:

    THIS BOOK GRABBY HANDS John is a really good friend of mine I'm so pleased he's decided to publish this novella because it jumps up and down

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