Organ transplants are common today. But the master of medical suspense imagines what could happen when supply falls short of demand.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Pooly done, even for this genre, June 30, 2003 Reviewer: tasket from Ontario, Canada This book is a horrific let down. While admittedly no one expects to it be the next Lord of the Rings, I have rarely read a novel as poorly written and unbelievable as this. I found the entire book felt like it was written by a grade 9 student. Medically, it was accurate, but english wise, it was atrocious. While reading this, I felt like it was a glorified Nancy Drew books, you know, the ones we all loved when we were 6 or 7 years old. the characters are superficial and unbelieavle, the scenerios and plot are even more artificial. The character of Tony is one of the most unrealistic fictional characters I have ever come across. It was pretty obvious the author knew absolutely zip about organized crime when he wrote this book. Overal, a very poorly written and unbelievable book. No one is expecting Shakespeare, but we're at least hopeing for some entertainment. This was painful to read.