Book Reviews of Seizure

Seizure
Seizure
Author: Robin Cook
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425197943
ISBN-10: 0425197948
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 429
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 123 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great medical thriller! Robin Cook grabs your attention and does not let go.
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Excellent
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Power, bioscience and religion collide in a new medical thriller!
A timely and terrying page turner. Great read.
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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.
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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
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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.
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really good book keeps you on the edge of your seat
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A powerful medical thriller.
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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.
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Hard to get into, but once you are there, you can't put it down.
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Power, religion, and bioscience collide in a new, action-packed medical thriller.
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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.
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One of Robin Cook's best.
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power, religion and bioscience collide in this new thriller....
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Great condition & clean.
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A fictional thriller about Parkinson's, stem cell research, and politics.
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"NYTimes Bestseller!" "Master of the medical thriller." NYT
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Someone gave me this book but I never read it. It's brand new.
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Robin Cook - need I say more?