02 Mar 2015

“Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight” by Jo Robinson

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B00RBRYMD6-original“Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight” by Jo Robinson is a powerful story. It is the gripping account of a woman’s life and relationship as influenced by her husband’s behaviour. I didn’t know myself until I read this book that there is a condition, called ‘malignant narcissism” but caught up quickly with it through this fine and well-crafted novel.
With excellent attention for detail and great illustrations of the various signs, symptoms and effects of the disease on the sufferer and their environment, the book felt like a revelation.
We all probably know people who are controlling, manipulating and abusive to others. Donna is married to one of these people and over the years has taken on his negative view of hers.
By chance she meets a group of people who contrast this negative view and help her to find a different way of looking at herself.
Besides this great personal development and characterisation there is a great side-plot about Mario that adds a suspenseful dramatic curve.
A great read on many levels. P1040025 (2)

Find the book on Amazon US and Amazon UK

Link to my interview with Jo

Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Jo-Robinson/e/B009JB6IAW/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6979970.Jo_Robinson

Book Link for African Me: http://a-fwd.com/asin-com=B00F5640UK



African Me & Satellite TV

written by
Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.

4 Responses to ““Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight” by Jo Robinson”

  1. Teagan says:

    It really does sound like a fascinating read. Thanks for you insights, Christoph. Kudos to Jo, and hugs to you both.

  2. Jo says:

    Wow Christoph – thank you for your wonderful words here. It takes a special kind of man to read this sort of story and totally get it. Thank you.

    • CBook5901 says:

      The pleasure is mine. Thank you for writing such an important and insightful book 🙂


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