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William H. Cole has once more written an epic book. I have read several of his books, and I have always enjoyed as I kept turning the pages. The storyline is captivating if you enjoy reading medical genres. This book is about the struggles of a surgeon as he balances between his family, career and being a good citizen. A book on redemption, coming back to say and finding redemption. The author manages to bring out both a dark and the light side of McDowell, as, he balances both sides.

McDowell has an epic writing style considering this is a fictional book; but, has to have some facts in it because of its background in medicine. There are no medical jargons used as there is no use of heavy vocabulary that will keep the reader using a dictionary. Also, there were very few errors in the book, making the story smooth. The one moral lesson from the book is that don’t judge a book by its cover. Everyone is set to make Hiram as the villain at the beginning, but, as we reach the end the perspective is a different one.

Therefore, I rate this book a 4 out of 4 stars. I found the book written well and edited professionally. I would recommend it all lovers of Medical Thrillers.

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