Great medical thriller! Robin Cook grabs your attention and does not let go.
Power, bioscience and religion collide in a new medical thriller!
A timely and terrying page turner. Great read.
a scary and so close to real life it's absolutely frightening. A book combining medical science,societal/moral issues and as Cook always does in his writing - seeks a solution.
Power, religion and bioscience make this a great read. I think anyone who read Shock first will love this book since some of the same characters show up in this thriller
Another great book by that Dr writer, Dr. Robin Cook. He says his works are "FACTION" meaning the fact and fiction are so mixed it is hard to divide. I learned more about a medical condition called auras in this book and always learn some good medical information in an enertaining way. This centers around stem cell research and Parkinsons Disease with a bit of politics thrown in. When you get past the first 300 pp's I'm warning you it is very hard to put down.
really good book keeps you on the edge of your seat
A powerful medical thriller.
Awfully "preachy" -- not that I disagreed with anything he was saying -- it just didn't offer the kind of escape I look for in reading this type of book. Also, I couldn't find one sympathetic character in the whole book. Each was infused with their own brand of greed, vanity, ignorance, or a combination of any/all of those delightful qualities.
Hard to get into, but once you are there, you can't put it down.
Power, religion, and bioscience collide in a new, action-packed medical thriller.
I know that some people think Robin Cook uses too many medical terms in his books, but I love the way he writes, and I think this was one of his best books.
One of Robin Cook's best.
power, religion and bioscience collide in this new thriller....
A fictional thriller about Parkinson's, stem cell research, and politics.
"NYTimes Bestseller!" "Master of the medical thriller." NYT
Someone gave me this book but I never read it. It's brand new.
Robin Cook - need I say more?