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He would write some lines to make you think something momentous is going to happen. Why are the characters so unbelievable? It's very stiff and plastic. Interesting, but a bit far-fetched. He still has the same angst, the same depression, the same everything.

Cook needs to take a long break from writing and then restart the series with Laurie alone. Cook's profession as a doctor has provided him with ideas and background for many of his novels.

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Intervention by Robin Cook

Stapleton ends up consulting what he believes to be a mystical faith healer in Jerusalam who he has come to believe is related to the Virgin Mary and Eve. That's a shame because this plot line had the potential to be developed into a genuine medical thriller, but Cook lets it fizzle out. There are lots of bits and pieces too difficult to sort out to put some order to.

Jane and I listed to this as an audiobook which is always good for an extra star. Once one has been given the run-down of the Virgin Mary dilemma, the plot becomes quite intricate and interesting. What we have here seems to be two separate books melded into one. There I was thinking that it was finally the whole mystery the book is all about, only to find out that it was just a bit written on the side with no relevance at all to the whole plot.

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Jack and Shawn went to college together with James who is the Archibishop. The dialogue was incredibly stiff and unnatural - it often read more like a formal journalistic interview than a natural conversation between characters.

It's the worst book by Robin Cook I read. Six thousand years ago people thought thunder was a bunch of gods moving around furniture. Modern smartphones and computers can read files of any format. It saddens me since it is my favorite genre.

There are some interesting things to be had in this plot. If true, this discovery will certainly upset the Catholic church and his good friend, the Cardinal! All downloaded files are checked. Then Robin outdoes Dan by morphing into this entertaining thriller about an egocentric archaeologist who discovers Jane and I listed to this as an audiobook which is always good for an extra star. James feels this will destroy most people faith in the church knowing that her bones are still here on earth and did not descend into heaven.

Intervention starts out like a typical Robin Cook medical thriller, but never quite makes it there. Oh well, I never expect great literature from Robin Cook, but I do expect an entertaining, if somewhat improbable, medical thriller. You find out that the archaeo To me not one of Robin Cooks better books. What makes it seem that it wasn't even Robin Cook who wrote this though was the characters themselves.

The other part of the story starts with Dr. The book is more on the lines of Da Vinci Code or Angels and Demons, only without the mystery or thrill associated with them. Spontaneous remission or miracle? The first few chapters of the book seemed to be without any direction at all. So irritating I ended up putting the book down and reading something else to ease up on my irritation.

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Peter's in Rome, discovering what might be an ossuary containing the remains of the Virgin Mary. Peters where he has a long standing archeology site permit and find the ossuary. That's both crazy and counterintuitive. But the plot is explained clearly enough, and often enough, to allow for the reader to get the gist of what's going on and why it's bad.

Intervention is nearly pages long. All in all, Intervention fell short of the mark, as9102a pdf and I kept wishing that Cook had ditched the main plot line and instead developed the ones he essentially aborted.

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Worst of all was the laughable cop-out of an ending. Sprinkle in a few autopies that Jack does that are not really related to the story except while he was on a crusade for a bit on the horrors of mainly chiropratic. Nobody points out the contradictions in the Cardinal's logic, which is age-old and responsible for untold misery and suffering through world history. Suspending disbelief even for a second was impossible. The plot sounds a bit confusing, and the references to Gnosticism and the Bible can be frustrating if one isn't up on their religious knowledge.

To be honest, I'm a huge fan of Robin Cook. And that was the end of the story.

That being said, I think Cook was on a witch hunt and wanted to throw his personal feelings out there about the Chiropractic industry and other alternative medicine. Robin Cook and Dan Brown together in one exciting book. The descriptions were flat and the way Robin Cook developed the characters in this story was as if a rookie was writing this, not a renowned author like him.

The story mainly focuses on the ossuary and how it would destory the Catholic faith if the bones were indeed of the Virgin. Suddenly, the story turns a different direction, and new characters are introduced and Cook never goes back to the original story. The virgin mary storyline was tired and stale - alternate religious history has been done so many times before, and done much better. Ten years into the story and Robin Cook has not even let Jack develop. The bizarre end to the plot tops it all.

Desperate to protect his church and his own political ambitions, James turns to his friend Jack to help safeguard an explosive secret, one with the power to change lives forever. The other part of the book involves Shawn and his wife Sana and their marriage which is falling apart.

One can argue that towards the end of the novel, there's a frail tether between the religious aspect and faith healing, but to be honest, the two are barely connected. Cook is definitely caught up on the religious spin in the novel, but he does tackle some other themes about the medical world as well. We regularly check this is a fully automatic process the availability of servers, the links to which we offer you. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Shawn and Sana find a codex that has a secret letter in it that tells where the bones of the Virgin Mary are buried.