Doctors are sent on lecture cruise by a big drug production company and are (and I am NOT kidding here...) Given drugs by the men who see them to their cabins on the ship (whatever these bell-hops at sea are called) what doctor would take a so-called "vitamin" from a bellhop??? The food on the cruise is also drugged and then after they are good and drugged they are given subliminal suggestions and secret BRAIN surgery!!!! Of course our hero never gets brainwashed! He buys himself a helper with cigarettes!!!!!
This was the most horrible waste of my time in a very long time... I bought this book at a used book store and I paid too much even there!!!! In case you can't tell, I HATED THIS BOOK! It was unbelievably tedious!
The review of this Book prepared by Sharon Berry
This book will make you think twice about big drug companies and how they effect medical care in our country. Robin Cook introduces us to Adam and makes us root for him and his cause. A gripping adventure!
The review of this Book prepared by Scott Pickle, Ph.D.
Adam discovers a connection between Arolen pharmaceuticals and the Julian clinic, which his wife happens to be right in the middle of, and he wants her out and away safely..
The review of this Book prepared by cheryl alley
This book is a really good one. It is when Aaron Schellenberg works with the Arolen Pharmaceuticals company and finds out some stunning facts... Read the book to find out more!
The review of this Book prepared by Meredith Twaites
Boblynat. on 1/22/2015 1:00:15 AM says: Clever plot revealed with laughably unlikely turns of events as the only an idiot could not see through. if you didn't know it concerned serious clash of purposes between today's doctors of medicine and makers of medicine you might think you were reading an attempt at farce. After an engaging buildup of intertwined characters the author rushed through the ending like he was trying to beat a deadline. It was truly amateurish.