A typical Robin Cook thriller, complete with all the usual medical villains. This particular novel adds a few twists and strange bedfellows to become a particularly vicious critique of boutique medical centers. Nicely paced and well read. The ending was anticlimactic. Only the postscript was helpful in wrapping up the plot loose ends. All in all, a fully enjoyable listen. The plot line was well-researched and Cook knows his stuff. How plausible the scenario outline in Critical really is remains to be demonstrated. Neverless, the novel is thought provoking and should cause readers to seriously consider whether the medical establishment should be allowed to set up these for profit, publicly-held medical centers.
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