"'There are some things you just don’t need to know about a person. Some secrets should live and die in the darkness of their creators’ minds.' What would you be willing to do to keep the one you love? 'Read my mind, she said. It would be fun, she said. I just didn’t know what I was getting myself into….' The Perceptionalist is the memoirs of Serkan Berk, a man who would sacrifice anything for love. Cursed by his actions to live the life of a Perceptionalist, one who can read minds, Serkan comes to understand that true love isn't about revealing secrets, but about trust. Between running from his past and dodging meddlesome outsiders, Serkan must face his deepest fear: being deceived. 'I didn’t know that one glance into her soul would reveal another person inside. I had gone past the point of return.'"