Syndrome



Syndrome For the desperate and dying, a promised miracle cure is the only chance for survival But soon, the medical miracle of stem cell technology becomes a bizarre secret experiment that reverses the aging process and it s out of control Original. Download Syndrome by Thomas Hoover – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 382 pages
  • Syndrome
  • Thomas Hoover
  • English
  • 10 July 2017
  • 0786013141

10 thoughts on “Syndrome

  1. Elli says:

    Uuuuuuuughhhh This had so much potential And it started out so well, but took a huge nosedive in the second half The author requires you to suspend disbelief a little too much I guess I was able to go along with the CFO of a company just happened to be the brother of an interior designer who just happened to be the old flame of a reporter who just happened to be the son of the CEO of the company I think But I really draw the line at believing an Amex c...

  2. Roberto says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Some may complain about the science in the book and they would be right I will complain about something else the plot and the writing.Not only is the plot fueled by coincidence in a scale that would make anyone notice examples the journalist is the son of the bad guy billionaire and the old flame of the architect experimental subject who is the sister of the bad guys s CFO kind of coincidences.There is also the random detailed description of things that don t matter in the least, but also Some may complain about the science in the book and they would be right I will complain about something else the plot and the writing.Not only is the plot fueled by coincidence in a scale that would make anyone notice examples the journalist is the son of the bad guy billionaire and the old flame of the architect experimental subject who is the sister of the bad guys s CFO kind of coincidences.There is also the random detailed description of things that don t matter in the least, but also make no sense Here s the decription of Alan the doorman When Ally and Knickers walked into her lobby, Alan, the morning doorman, was there, just arrived, tuninghis blond acoustic guitar.Watching over her condominium building was his day job, but writ...

  3. Tabitha says:

    Why do I keep doing this to myself Why do I keep attacking these overlong hard sorta sci fi and or medical thriller books, when I don t even want to admit I ve read half of what I actually have So much potential, crumbled into wasted time.I have a weak spot for a medical thriller But man o man, this was not a good book It was written like a first draft hash out of what might have become an action movie staring Nic Cage as Stone Aimes No I m not making up that name, Tommy Hoover beat me Why do I keep doing this to myself Why do I keep attacking these overlong hard sorta sci fi and or medical thriller books, when I don t even want to admit I ve read half of what I actually have So much potential, crumbled into wasted time.I have a weak spot for a medical thriller But man o man, this was not a good book It was written like a first draft hash out of what might have become an action movie staring Nic Cage as Stone Aimes No I m not making up that name, Tommy Hoover beat me too it I m pretty sure any editor that came in contact with it must have said HOW many pages Who has time for THAT Lots of silly grammar and punctuation errors Many randomly blank pages where formatting took a coffee break.As far as the plot and story of the book well They existed Sorta So that s something.The plot centers around a bad reac...

  4. Candace says:

    What made this book so unappealing I stopped halfway through Firstly, I just didn t connect with the characters In part, that s because they felt like characters, not real people It was as if I was reading a play, and they were playing a part that was not who they truly were, because each seemed so flat, and without dimension If I can t connect with the characters, there really is no redeeming the book for me, but I will give a little bit of feedback on the story anyway.As I ve said in other What made this book so unappealing I stopped halfway through Firstly, I just didn t connect with the characters In part, that s because they felt like characters, not real people It was as if I was reading a play, and they were playing a part that was not who they truly were, because each seemed so flat, and without dimension If I can t connect with the characters, there really is...

  5. Erin says:

    This was a free kindle download so my hopes weren t necessarily that high, but I still didn t like this book I started reading this book three months ago and at some point stopped reading it and never started again so it s probably safe to say I m just not going to finish reading it My main issue with this book is that the science is just so terrible Hoover didn t change things enough to make the the science futuristic or alien so I couldn t even read it like science fiction I did try really This was a free kindle download so my hopes weren t necessarily that high, but I still didn t like this book I started reading this book three months ago and at some point stopped reading it and never started again so it s probably safe to say I m just not going to finish reading it My main issue with this book is that the science is just so terrible Hoover didn t change things enough to make the the science futuristic or alien so I couldn t even read it like science fiction I did try really hard though I tried to pretend that when he was talking about stem cells that he was actually talking about some mysterious future research, but I couldn t do it I just graduated college with a degree that allowed me to spend quite a bit of time studying stem cells, and reading the science in this book just hurt ...

  6. Jeff Hatzenbuehler says:

    I can t believe that such writing is actually published The writing was dry and child like with technical terms to try to show off Don t waste your time on this one.

  7. Nicola Gelson says:

    Unfortunately I didn t enjoy this book It just had too much going on for me I like my stories to have a clear storyline I hope other people enjoy Syndrome I m not going to say it was a bad book I think the author just needed to choose his main plotline and run with that Instead we had the science fiction, the romance and the crime story all vying for attention Was the main storyline about a serious heart condition Was it about a Mother s love for her daughter However the plotline was an Unfortunately I didn t enjoy this book It just had too much going on for me I like my stories to have a clear storyline I hope other people enj...

  8. Michelle Douglas says:

    This book tells the story of scientists who are using genetics to cure alzheimers The main miracle worker has had success in creating a gene which can regenerate cells in organs no longer able to work to their full capacity and h...

  9. George says:

    A quick read, always a good sign

  10. Barbara Rozycki says:

    Page turning medical myteryVery well written and very timely with the use of stem cells, probably need some medical background to follow plot.

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