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by Robin Cook
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Ehab's Corner
Ehab's Corner rated it 8 years ago
The book has a good premise. The ideas here could have been much better but the direction the author decided to take ultimately was the undoing of this book. The pace of the story drags a lot in the first half with seemingly related but really unrelated sub-plot. Then it picks up after the middle an...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 8 years ago
Had I realized this book centered around the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ, I would have skipped it. I expected a typical Robin Cook medical mystery which this most certainly was not. If you are a religious person, you might enjoy this pseudo-thriller. But I could barely stomach it.The book involv...
Horrorvacui000
Horrorvacui000 rated it 8 years ago
Not bad, but with the exception of the VERY end, the rest of the ending was kind of blah and anti-climatic.
Bearister's Book Blog
Bearister's Book Blog rated it 11 years ago
This was a bit different than many of the Robin Cook books I've read. While the supposed subject matter of the book was an illness suffered by Jack and Laurie Stapleton's newborn son, JJ, the book seemed to really be about a non-medical subject: A partial history of Christianity. While the plot w...
Emily S
Emily S rated it 51 years ago
Remember that one time when I was going to be done with Robin Cook? I gave him one more chance, and it was okay. I might not be done with him after all. I liked this book better than Cure, which I was really not okay with. I was glad of that, because Dr. Cook has always been one of my favorite autho...
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