Book Reviews of Skin (X-Files)

Skin (X-Files)
Skin - X-Files
Author: Ben Mezrich
ISBN-13: 9780061056444
ISBN-10: 0061056448
Publication Date: 5/1/2000
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: HarperEntertainment
Book Type: Paperback
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Takes the "harvesting of skin" to a new level.
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It's a fairly common, if ghoulish, procedure: the "harvesting" of skin from corpses for temporary use on emergency burn victims until their own grafts are ready. but when a team of moonlighting medical students accidentally takes skin from the wrong donor, the results are catastrophic: a New York City hospital ward is destroyed in a psychotic bloodbath, and an elderly professor, admitted for a routine skin graft, is suddenly the city's most wanted fugitive.
Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are the only ones to suspect something more ominnous than a medical procedure gone awry. As FBI agents investigating the "X-files" --strange and inexplicable cases the Bureau wants to keep hidden, Mulder and Scully are determined to track down the forces they suspect are behind the murderer.
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A good sci-fi mystery that upholds the x-files name. Characters stay true to form but if it were a real TV episode I would rank it 'mediocre'. Having said that, any X-file is a good X-file!
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i loved this book