Robin Cook Message Board
posts on 5/4/2006 12:26:10 PM
Today is Robin Cook's Birthday. Happy Birthday Robin!
posts on 4/28/2006 11:22:35 AM
Hey Louise, that does conjure up memories of that book. At least there haven't been any reports of murders or other violent behavior as with the characters in that book.
Louise posts on 3/21/2006 6:06:31 PM
Help, I just read a newspaper article about people who took a certain sleep aid acting on primal ravenous urges. They get up in the middle of the night, ransack their kitchens and wake up the next morning with no recollection of the feeding frenzy. I'm trying to remember if that's similar to the plot in Acceptable Risk.
ana del portillo posts on 3/20/2006 2:42:46 PM
helle mi nombre es ana del portillo soy de cartagebna colombia y me fascinan los libros de robin cook,sobre todo latram me gustaria conocerlo,
dee posts on 2/14/2006 4:51:40 PM
On the last cassette (of the abridged 4-cassette version read by Jason Culp) during Becky's funeral the narrative takes place accompanied by a hymn tune? chorale? processional? Anyone identify composer, title? thanks!
Putnam Berkley doesn't seem to be in existence anymore, so I can't write them
Sydney posts on 2/12/2006 9:11:23 PM
Hi, my name is Sydney and I am a 12-year-old middle schooler to tell you that Robin Cook is my FAVORITE author. I have read Terminal, Coma, Brain, Seizure, Contagion, Fatel Cure, Mutation, Vector, Chromosome 6, Marker, and Blindsight. He has inspired me to become a doctor and has gotten me interested in the feild of medine.
Deb posts on 2/2/2006 5:20:18 PM
Did you ever hear if you can't say something nice don't say anything at all. Maybe you are just stupid. I happen to be a big fan and in my opinion you need to get a life.
Ronald Phillips posts on 2/1/2006 4:20:14 PM
trying to find biographical information about Robin Cook, birth, schools, etc
Rajalakshmi posts on 1/31/2006 6:22:37 AM
For the first time in my life,i read a novel by Dr.RobinCook last week. he has definitely a different way of thinking from the other novelists.if any person has a thhirst for an informative and interesting novel, definitely robincook can quench it!
Mary Shepherd posts on 1/22/2006 12:50:04 AM
Sorry, I will be stepping on fans' toes here but while Robin Cook can produce a good story line, the end result is always frustrating. One-dimensional characters always acting stupidly and even worse his repreated use of the characters' names instead of a personal pronoun. i.e. in Fatal Cure, something like: David went into the room, David sat down, David looked at his watch. It's written for idiots! This author needs a much better editor, i.e. David went into the room, sat down and looked at his watch. So simple. A shame someone with a lot of talent can't do better.
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