He helps you comprehend the incomprehensible
Non fiction, popular psychology
The Last Illustion Trilogy
Rights non fiction
Henrik Fexeus can explain the most complicated connections in a relaxed and simple manner. After his academic education in philosophy he rapidly became a communications specialist. Fexeus is now an appreciate performer of edutainment. He has brought a whole new meaning to the expression mind reading and reveals skills in nonverbal communication, body language, psychological manipulation and psychological influence.
Fexeus writes in the American tradition where well founded theory is discussed in an accessible manner which draws the reader into the reasoning and makes you want to know more. As a result, his books sells in big editions. His first book The Art of Reading Minds, was an instant success and sells in over twenty countries.
Henrik Fexeus also writes urban fantasy. His trilogy The Final Illusion is a mindblowing science fiction fantasy where the world as we know it, may just be an illusion.
Bibliography non fiction
2017 – Finesse: Superior Social Skills (Fingertopskänsla), poular psychology
2013 – The Power Games – Gentle Methods for Getting Your Way All the Time (Maktspelet), popular psychology
2012 – Get Creative – In an Hour (Bli kreativ – på en timme), popular psychology
2012 – Better Social Skills – In an Hour (Öka din sociala kompetens – på en timme), popular psychology
2011 – How to Get Mental Super Powers (Konsten att få superkrafter), popular psychology
2009 – Everyone Gets Some (Alla får ligga), popular psychology
2008 – When You Do What I Want You To (När du gör som jag vill), popular pspychology
2007 – The Art of Reading Minds: how you can understand and influence others without their knowledge (Konsten att läsa tankar), popular psychology
Bibliography YA fiction
2018 – The Hollow, The Final Illusion trilogy part 2 (De ihåliga), YA science fiction fantasy
2017 – The Lost, The Final Illusion trilogy part 1 (De förlorade), YA science fiction fantasy
”His books have made even the most urban person to question his behaviour. Through his thorough analysis of body language and actions Henrik Fexeus reveals what he means I “the obvious”.
Dagens Nyheter / SWE
“There are not many people you’d enjoy being manipulated by – but Henrik Fexeus is one of them!”
Annika Jankell, TV4 / SWE
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