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Seizure

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Goodreads Rating: 3.57

Publisher: Pan Publishing

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Biotechnology - a blessing or a nightmare? The latest harrowing novel from the bestselling master of the medical chiller.

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Language: English
Binding: Paperback



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S. Dhillon
A bland read

Unlike most of Robin Cook's books, Seizure turned out to be a bland read devoid of a believable story. While the concept had promise, the execution lacked the usual Cook flair.
For those wanting to read Robin Cook, steer clear of 'Seizure' and read 'Vital Signs' instead.

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S. Dhillon
A bland read

Unlike most of Robin Cook's books, Seizure turned out to be a bland read devoid of a believable story. While the concept had promise, the execution lacked the usual Cook flair.
For those wanting to read Robin Cook, steer clear of 'Seizure' and read 'Vital Signs' instead.