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Here is the latest glowing review:
Here is the first review of the audio version:
Christoph Fischer has again astounded me with his writing and storytelling. The healer is a great dramatic, and in many respects suspense thriller.
When Erica seeks out a well known (but recluse /retired) healer to help her with her terminal pancreatic cancer, she meets Arpan. Reluctantly, the healer agrees to come out of his retirement to assist her, and she is taken on a healing journey anonymously. What then develops is the reasons why Arpan went into retirement, the quest of one pharmaceutical company to do anything in their power to stop Arpan from continuing to heal, and the question over his abilities and Erica’s future health. I loved the ending and am truly looking forward to part two.
I got this book on audible and the narrator did a brilliant job of keeping the story engaging and suspenseful. Highly recommended
When advertising executive Erica Whittaker is diagnosed with terminal cancer, western medicine fails her. The only hope left for her to survive is controversial healer Arpan.
She locates the man whose touch could heal her in a remote place in Wales, but finds he has retired from the limelight and refuses to treat her. Erica, consumed by stage four pancreatic cancer, is desperate and desperate people are no longer logical nor are they willing to take no for an answer. Arpan has retired for good reasons.
Casting more than the shadow of a doubt over his abilities. So begins a journey that will challenge them both as the past threatens to catch up with him as much as with her.
As one reviewer said: Christoph Fischer has penned an original and thought provoking tale, expertly building an eloquent portrayal of human neurosis triggered by primal traits and pinpointing the depths that we will sink to, to achieve our goals. The plot weaves this way and that around the central character on the run up to a perfect little twist.