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- Print Length: 376 pages
- Publisher: Grand Media (January 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SD3GL2W
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,347 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have to mention that I am a Jack the Ripper enthusiast and the “Jack-centric” prologue. Dr. Clark has a knack for providing detailed descriptions that highlight his medical expertise. However, it is not writing in a manner that will lose someone who doesn’t share his medical background. The suspense was gripping, plus I enjoyed the time jumps involving some of the characters—it gave them more complexity. If you have enjoyed Robin Cook and Michael Crichton, you’ll love H.S. Clark.
Medical Action Thriller at its finest.
"Immortal Fear" will own you, so be sure you've got nothing cooking on the stove when you pick this one up.
Paul is one of the most well-developed characters I’ve ever read, thoroughly fleshed out. I enjoyed being in his head and love, love, love the dry humor. Clark’s writing is addictive. It will pull you in and sink its claws in without mercy. This ride was wild. I-N-S-A-N-E.
"Immortal Fear" is unique, refreshing, and indisputably entertaining. If you’re looking for something new and wickedly gripping, I highly recommend this one!
This book is a thriller that will really keep you entertained. It is a little gruesome but that's the point! Plus I know the Seattle very well and it's really cool to think about!
I’m not usually into medical thrillers, but picked this up after finding the blurb too intriguing to resist. Diving into the first chapter, you find yourself immediately immersed in the fast paced plot of murder mystery means hospital drama, described with enough technical detail to make it convincing and enough emotional punch to make it enveloping. The fact that the author doesn’t have “doctor” at the beginning of his title surprises me.
Dr. Powers has an interesting blend of uncertainty and a drive for truth that you don’t see in many leading medical characters. Within the first chapter, he nearly kills an influential character because of a flub in his examination, and that instantly set a tone for a book that would have me on the edge of my seat for every procedure and plot point following. Yet there’s constantly a sense of intelligence and experience surrounding him that keeps him an intriguing character to watch.
My only complaint is that the writing style could be jittery at times, as if the author lost his train of thought and was just fitting in what felt “pretty okay” for some descriptions. It broke the rhythm at points and required me to reread and contemplate to understand what they were getting at in terms of atmosphere. But overall, the medical terminology was solid and immersive, the tension strong and fast-paced, and the characters truly relatable.
If you’re into medical thrillers, then this book will definitely earn a place on your shelf. If you’re so-so on the genre, then it’s still worth picking up. Just brace yourself; it can get pretty gruesome at points, especially during that abortion scene.