The Delusion is about (naturally) a psychiatrist and his patient, and the seemingly metaphysical impossibility of their situation. It is part of a genre that overlaps psychological mystery and medical mystery—thus, a psychiatric mystery.
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The Choices We Make: a Young Man's Search for Vocation is the intensely personal story of a young man's journey through life in the Jesuit order in the fifties and sixties. Told in the present tense, it lets the reader experience along with him the internal struggles and conflicts, the moments of humor and the moments of sadness, as he strives to discern his true calling in life. The Choices We Make not only provides an insightful view into pre-Vatican II religious life and to the decisions of a young man at that time, but it also allows the reader to reflect on both the strengths and flaws of his or her own decision-making process.
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