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Author: Robin Cook
Drawing on a horror theme as old as Frankenstein, as fresh as tomorrow's headlines, Mutation is a chilling cautionary tale of the perils of genetic engineering. — When ob/gyn and biomolecular researcher Dr. Victor Frank learns of his wife's infertility, he initiates a bold—and dangerous—experiment. Unbeknownst to ever...  more »
ISBN: 921
Edition: Abridged
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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yogagoddess avatar reviewed Mutation on + 59 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
A fast read, I think I read it in about four hours. Very creepy, opens your eyes and makes you wonder about the future!
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Helpful Score: 1
i really enjoyed this book! a great suspense story about genetic tampering and the evil it can breed.
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This is a gripping story and it is a page turner. The storyline kept me interested. I think the twists in the story were a bit simple and predictable and the characters were not developed as well as they should have been.
celticscrapper27 avatar reviewed Mutation on + 54 more book reviews
This is my third book by Cook and I'm still just not sure how I feel about him. This was my favorite so far, it does grip you right from the beginning and is a scary concept. The end is kind of Jaws-ish :)
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A baby is born to a surrogate and almost immediately his parents realize that he is far more intelligent than anybody else they have ever known. But that's not all he is. A scary medical thriller.
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A brilliant doctor seeks to create the son of his dreams by gene manipulation.
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Another spine chilling medical thriller by the master of the genre.
A father who runs a fertility clinic decides to improve upon nature where his own child is concerned . . .
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A good read.
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Robin Cook's writing is such that no review would ever do it justice. But this book was excellent!

The dust jacket is missing though.


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