Robin Cook Message Board

aakanksha posts on 12/12/2005 3:21:43 AM i recently completed sphinx, and my perspective has widened manyfolds. the egyptian mysteries have been beautifully plotted and is a must read for avid readers.
julie higham posts on 11/28/2005 11:29:22 AM The novel has 2 interwoven tales centring around the town of Salem. The first of the tales follows the harrowing experiences of Elizabeth Stewart during the witch hunts of the late 17th century and the second of the two tales centres around Elizabeths present day ancestor Kim and follows her attempts to reveal why her ancestors life is veiled in secrecy and shame and how a dormant microscopic life-form could reveal a possible reason for the activities of the so-called witches of the 17th Century..This tale actually made me cry when its secrets were finally revealed.
ange posts on 11/18/2005 5:48:56 PM Ok, I just finished the book, but the ending seems unfinished. Is there another book, and if so, does anyone know what it is? Thanks

Stefania posts on 11/14/2005 11:26:06 AM Someone knows how can I meet the writer Robin Cook? someone can help me?
Ariane posts on 11/10/2005 4:42:52 AM i have been closed to GOD since i have read the purpose driven life by rick warren. everythings seems to be so quiet and just an ordinary individual who's claiming for my purpose here on earth.and then i discovered that accepting and having faith in GOD and JESUS CHRIST as well entrusted me with this purpose.serving other people is the same way you are serving GOD. and that is our purpose in LIFE. i can serve other people in a way i understand my purpose. i want to teach. and impart knowledge. molden youngsters' demeanor. that's it. HAVE FAITH IN GOD!!!!
Al Argaņoza posts on 10/30/2005 3:28:18 AM of all the robin cook novels i've read i really liked blindsight but i haven't read coma yet since i can't find a bookstore that has it...i could have used coma to compare the plots and find which novel is better (because of all the raves that Coma has had been making)...anyway with or without the comparison i think blindsight is really a winner and i have read it 3 times already...anyway i somebody could tell me where i could buy Coma (in the Philippines, because that's where i am from)since i couldnt find it anywhere...i also like the Jack and Laurie series..they make a great couple
Joann posts on 10/15/2005 11:33:24 AM Naomi - I'd rather see "My word" than all the cussing that is used in other books. Just because cursing has proliferated in general conversation doesn't make it right and believe it or not a lot of us don't like it.
Naomi Martinez posts on 10/14/2005 11:23:40 PM Love the book. However, two of the characters use the expression, "My word!" Who talks like that? Please bring the conversation out of the dark ages.
Joann posts on 10/14/2005 7:34:19 PM So far, I've been very disappointed with the movies. The books are far better. I'd like to see them take a shot at doing a 'true to the book' version of the Jack & Laurie books. They could be very good if they stick to the books. Two more are slated for tv on NBC this season. Don't know which ones though. Keeping my fingers crossed.
Beverly Shaw posts on 10/14/2005 12:10:19 PM What a book! I have heard stories of the slauter houses, but you really brought it to reality. I am off hamburger and started out with a wonderful vegtable lasgana. Now my husband is reading it and I do believe you have done us a favor. We are 68-74 and can change our ways.
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