Book Reviews of The Select

The Select
The Select
Author: F. Paul Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780440218661
ISBN-10: 0440218667
Publication Date: 4/1/1995
Pages: 393
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 39 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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This is along the lines of Coma and similar books. A medical thriller. Good for a lazy afternoon read.
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GOOD BOOK GREAT MEDICAL THRILLER
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A quick suspensefull read.
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Quinn Cleary has always wanted to be a doctor. She's smart, idealistic, and she's been poor too damn long. Now she's been accepted at The Ingraham, America's most prestigious medical school, where a few select students receive the finest education in the country---free of charge. But something is terribly wrong at The Ingraham.
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This is a great medical thriller in the vein of Robin Cook, yet way better than anything that author has ever written. I did not want to put this one down. Great characters, and great nail biting suspense.
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Abridged: 2 cassettes/3 hours. Read by Elizabeth Shue.
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Interesting, fast paced short story.
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Quinn Cleary has always wanted to be a doctor. She's smart, idealistic, and she's beenpoor too damn long. Now she's been accepted at The Ingraham, America's most prestigious medical school, where a few select students receive the finest education in the country - free of charge.
But something is terribly wrong at The Ingraham. first, Quinn notices subtl changes in the bright, hand-picked students - even her lover, Tim, has been acting strange. Then she stumbles upon the silent, staring patients in locked Ward C. And finally Quinn comes face to face with the chilling truth about The Ingraham and about today's health care.
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Quinn Cleary has always wanted to be a doctor. She's smart, idealistic, and she's been poor too damn long. Now she's been accepted a The Ingraham, America's most prestigious medical school, where a few select students receive the finest education n the country-free of charge.
But something is terribly wrong at The ingraham. First, Quinn notices subtle changes in the bright, hand-picked students-even her lover, Tim, has been acting strange. Then she stumbles upon the silent, staring patients in locked Ward C. And finally, Quinn comes face-to-face with the chilling truth about The Ingraham-and about today's health care.