Critical Condition

Critical Condition

Book - 2002
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In the heat of a passionate encounter, ecstasy suddenly turns to terror for renowned geneticist and TV personality Dr Kathleen Sullivan. Sticken by a brain hemorrhage, she is rendered completely paralysed and speechless but still utterly aware; a prisoner inside her own body.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345443397
034544339X
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 329 pages ;,25 cm

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rahmmie
Mar 24, 2011

It was simply OK

hermlou Feb 09, 2011

If you like to read in the evening to relax, don't read this book! Tension builds as Kathleen recovers from a brain hemorrhage, for she doesn't trust the doctors but can't speak. A maniac shoots her brain surgeon and has a list of others that he is to kill, including her and her lover. The book is violent and gory, and the suspense is sustained throughout. A good read if you like medical fiction.

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lightbytheway
Oct 24, 2010

Critical Condition
Clement, Peter

Not so sure if to give this a 3 or 4. This book has a good plot but I found hard to handle so many characters at once in the story. Many interesting twists and turns kept me up at night! A good read.

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