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So Much for That’s principal character, Shep Knacker, is an entrepreneurial handyman, who is both skilled and likable. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Wiliam H. Peace
what a book- describes the madness of modern oncology within the context of a gripping family dramaPublished 1 month ago by Pamk
Just smart alec rubbish. The interchange and dialogue between the 2 main characters is so "clever and smart alec" it is unbelievable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter O - HKG
Lionel Shriver is a wonderful writer. Her books are thought provoking and the characters are well developed. There are some surprising plot twists.Published 5 months ago by Ellen
Interesting novel presenting both sides of the health care debate in an innovative but realistic way. Extremely well written. The very first sentence captures your attention.Published 6 months ago by Joan D. Wentz
Intelligent poignant page turner. A fantasy ending but we were all waiting for that kind of an ending. More of Ms Shriver on my to read list.Published 6 months ago by Aussieal
It was slow, I didn't think I would like all the ranting but it was actually very true to what's going on today in the healthcare industry in america and I work in the ER so I see... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lauren M. Carollo