Gerald Hilary


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This book had a lot of positive aspects. To be honest, I was unsure of what to expect from this book, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover it was written in a manner that would inspire a rollercoaster of emotions in the reader. The story shows the doctor rising to fame and prominence while sacrificing his relationship with his family at the same time. The characters in the book were well-developed, and it is clear that the author took his time to ensure they were carefully crafted. The unexpected twist in the plot really shocked me because I did not expect what happened to Hiram.
I believe this book has a recurring theme about the value of morality. The reason for everything Hiram experienced was that he failed to think about the consequences of his wrong behavior. The author prompts readers to wonder if satisfaction can only be felt with fame and power. The book also addressed a lot of interesting topics, including Hiram’s opinion on euthanasia or assisted suicide and the bribery of officials in positions of power. I was able to learn quite a bit of information and hard truths while reading about these issues.
There was nothing negative about this book, and I have decided to rate it 5 out of 5 stars. Read the entire review here…