While the storyline continues this particular book has several story lines which if not followed closely may loose a reader in what is really happening.
Tough to compare when I bought audio version to listen to on way to work.
As with all other W.E.B Griffin series his mastery of weaving historical facts within his fictional settings was superb.
Scott brick is very enjoyable, one of the best.
Yes, but the wife kept interrupting.
My only complaint is the abrupt ending, which leads to the probable next book in this series.
If you are into detailed discussion of medical training, in the 19th century, the first third of this book is for you.
No, problem here is the incredible detail at the beginning, yet it also turned me off, I. E., move on. Some history with examples is a good thing but the author and his editor proverbially killed my interest in what becomes rumblings, I get it 19th century medical training was bad.
Editing the book to cut-out the seeming droning on and on about how medical traing was bad. Give a few examples and then move on to "meat" of this book about the 1918 influenza.
I would not recommend this book, in its audible version, unless you what to fall asleep while driving.
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