Neslin Öz.; A psychiatrist’s secret notebook – Gary Small

True stories are much weirder than fiction.  Dr. Gary Small knows that very well. Dr. Small has seen a lot of things in thirty years with his psychiatrist and groundbreaking research on the human brain. Now he’s ready to open the doors to his office and tell the most mysterious, interesting and bizarre patients of his career. This book is an enlightening journey to a psychiatrist’s mind and her professional life, which is increasingly evolving. Also a glimpse of this branch and the backstage of various mental illnesses that have never been diagnosed before… When you read the book, you’ll find yourself thinking about the surprising quirks that make us human.

Often funny, sometimes tragic and always impressive, Dr. Small takes you on a tour of Boston’s crowded emergency halls in his career, extending from the country’s elite to a multimillion-dollar ski lodge. During this trip, he starts to describe the strange true characters from each other, with a secret-sustained double life and a frightening, psychotic romantic desire. When the mentor has his own patient, Dr. Small’s career and personal life completes a complete cycle and allows small to understand that no one is beyond mental research; He even…

 

Neslin Öz.; Improbable by Adam Fawer

Improbable -Adam Fawer

From a brilliant new talent comes a riveting novel of chance, fate, and numbers, and one man’s strange journey past the boundaries of the possible.David Caine inhabits a world of obsession, rich rewards, and rapid, destructive downfalls. A compulsive gambler and brilliant mathematician prone to crippling epileptic seizures, he possesses the uncanny ability to calculate odds of any hand in the blink of an eye. But one night at an underground poker club, Caine makes a costly misscalculation, sending his life spinning out of control.

Neslin Öz. : To Kill A Mockingbird … Harper Lee

Harper Lee, through his lean but striking language, is still the current themes of justice, freedom, equality and discrimination, with the story of the Scout’s magic, and takes the good and the evil both individually and socially. The events of a “Negro” being falsely accused; Prejudices are transformed into a universal story that has crossed the boundaries of the small American town, which feeds on hypocrisy, class and race conflicts, describing the importance of justice and honesty in the inter-human relationship.
There are people who spend all their time thinking about the other world. Then they can’t learn to live in this world. It’s impossible to understand a person unless you are accustomed to thinking about it. They have a right to think what everyone wants and believe what they think is true.
Sometimes it’s not an insult to be summoned by an adjective that someone is considered bad. It just shows us how weak and pathetic we are. We all know that people don’t have equal rights. Or rather, we know that some of them are not equal in the way they try to convince us. Some are smarter than others, and some have more opportunities in their hands!
There are some people in this world, they are created to do things that aren’t going to be nice. If there’s some kind of person, why can’t they get along? If they all look alike, why do they strive to break each other? It’s Like killing a Mockingbird, isn’t it?  There’s no way we could have known that guy after I put on a man’s shoes and wandered off with him for a while. All people are good when you know them closely. You can shoot as much as you want, but it is a sin to Kill a Mockingbird, never forget it.

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Neslin Öz. ; Crisis Economics by Nouriel Roubini

Roubini’s central thesis is that crises are an inherent part of capitalism. The ingredients arealways similar: easy money coupled with financial deregulation, irrational euphoria whichleads to a bubble, followed by the inevitable bust. In some cases, the bubble is driven bygenuine innovation: the railroads, for example, or dotcom fever, which at least leave the worldsome benefit when the wreckage is swept up. The current crisis, however, was not driven byreal world invention, but by the financial variety, which is of dubious value to anyone other than the bonus-laden bankers.