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Steph Ellis

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Confessions of a Sociopath

Confessions of a Sociopath: A Life Spent Hiding in Plain Sight - M. E. Thomas

I'll admit I struggled through this one.  And I possibly only persevered with it because a friend lent it to me so I felt I had to read it.  (How's that for an empath reason to read?!)


This book was informative about a little talked about subject, but there was just something about it that kept me at arm's length.  Is it because it was written by a sociopath so there was no connection between the author and reader?  Is it because there were few stories to illustrate points for fear of litigation?  Is it because it is hard to feel empathy for someone that displays no emotion?


Whatever it was, I finished this book feeling like I'd just been added to the list of people M E Thomas has manipulated.