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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Inner World Turned Out is a work of fiction in the psychological drama sub-genre and was penned by author Scott Lingen. Recommended for mature readers due to the complex themes and psychology of the piece, and some very mild occasional sexual content, this is a compelling psychodrama for those who are interested in or have experience in the world of therapy. Protagonists Peter and Thea are both psychotherapists, who are married to one another and have to deal with their own relationship as well as the dramas, trials, and tribulations of the patient lists which they both have to manage. What results is a deep and engaging drama that runs the full gamut of human emotions in the process.
It is clear that author Scott Lingen is also a practicing doctor of psychology, for the in-depth information and sensibilities of the book reflect this immense inside knowledge. This gives the work a solid grounding, and the narrative quality of the storytelling itself is strong enough to lift us away from the world of the textbooks and into fictional drama nicely. I loved the revolving door of cases that attack our protagonists at crucial moments in their own narrative, and each one brings a lesson and a new layer to the plot that adds to the overall tapestry by the story’s end. Overall, The Inner World Turned Out is technically brilliant and also emotive and well written, making it a highly recommended read for fans of literary style dramas and therapy-related works.