I wait avidly for new medical mystery fiction. I found the realism of so many areas in medicine refreshing. I would definitely recommend this book
Several of the plot twists hinged on the fallibility of human judgment.
As a retired anesthesiologist, I questioned where the anesthesiologist was during the anesthesia history and physical which might well have elicited a red flag for the first brain surgery. I decided they must have shared negligence. I also wondered where the entire operating room team was for the
I think the concept of descent into insanity in response to a flu pandemic was just not remotely believable. I am not sure it would not have been just easier to go ahead and deal with getting the disease and taking the antiviral at the same time so that you could develop immunity and not have to hole up in house eating dried beans. How are they making mortgage payments and utility payments . One set of having disease and taking antiviral would be adequate to induce immunity. No need to hoard multiple sets of the drug treatment for one individual. Not medically believable. Not socially believable. just waste of listening time. And the ending was very unsatisfactory to me.
this is the mosr incongrous piece of literature is have ever heard !!!! mutated bedbugs take over the world dont waste a credit
anger that i bought in
I cannot believe the number of stars given by the raters of this piece. I am a Johansen fan, but had to do this review after I listened and went back to see what others thought. I agree with the other one star reviewers and say ENOUGH ALREADY to the plot and execution of this read.
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