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IMMORTAL FEAR: A Medical Thriller (A Dr. Powers Mystery) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B00SD3GL2W
- Publisher : Grand Media (January 16, 2015)
- Publication date : January 16, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 1657 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 219 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #632,377 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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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.
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Wow, I must say that this medical thriller was one of the very best books that I’ve read this month. As I read over 40 books per month that makes this one an excellent read. With exciting characters. The main character Dr. Paul Powers an anesthesiologist has his work cut out for him as the Cascade Killer is taking lives and causing havoc. Officer Jackey McCann and Sgt. Frank Roberts receives the call and find Jenny Walker on the verge of death’s door. She survives only to find herself back at the hospital four months later pregnant with the child of the killer. There is no question that H.S. Clark has the knowledge to write an exciting story. I could not sleep until I had finished this story. There are quite a few twists and turns and it keeps you wondering who could be the killer? One of my favorite lines from the story. “Our efforts to control nature with technology actually propels evolution forward.” And another, “Viruses are like pirate ships in the night, they commandeer the cellular machinery of the host, and turn it to their own use. They insert new DNA and take over the cells of the host.” The character that I liked least in the story was Dr. Arens. The character I liked most was Dr. Paul Powers. One more sentence that I really liked. “That’s the fundamental problem with the scientific method. The more we seek ultimate truth, the further we travel from it.” I rated this story a solid 5 star rating. Well written and I would enjoy reading more by H.S. Clark an extremely talented storyteller.
This book is very well written and is just an excellent read. I commend H. S. Clark for having one of the most active imaginations and ‘real life’ settings and explanations in their work, of any author I have read. This brilliant, very scary story seduces the reader. Don’t be involved in other activities while reading this book. You will not want to put it down… perhaps even after you have finished reading it.
I loved all the details, the plot and subplots, and also the great sense of humor the author must have. This was shown in the wonderful dialog pieces.
I am happy with my purchase of “Immortal Fear” and would recommend it to anyone who loves a good bone chilling tale. I don’t recommend reading it late at night… but that’s up to you. I would gladly purchase the book again and plan on reading it again soon.
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!