By Robin Cook
Nonetheless certainly one of the easiest of the style, Coma propelled Robin cook dinner to the head of his box and earned him a name because the "master of the scientific mystery" (New York Times). Now readers have one other probability to find this vintage masterwork of nightmarish hazard.
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The desk was oak and ordinary except for the pattern of initials and scratches carved in the top. In its right corner, Susan had even found a few obscene words associated with the word biochem. A physical diagnosis book was open on the desk. During the last three days she had totally reread it, but the text had failed to buoy her sagging confidence. "Shit," she said out loud, with little inflection. The remark was directed at no one and at nothing. It was a basal response as she comprehended that February 23 had indeed arrived.
Within a five-minute interval, twenty-one scalpels sliced through unresisting human skin as the scheduled operations commenced. The fate of a sizable number of people depended on what was done or not done, what was found or not found in the twenty-one tiled rooms. A furious pace was set which would not slow down until two or three in the afternoon. By eight or nine o'clock in the evening only two rooms would still be functioning, and they often continued until the seven-thirty rush the following morning.
He was intimidated by the fact that Bellows knew his name. "As for the rest of the morning," said Bellows, eyeing his watch again. "First I will take you to the ward and introduce you to the nursing staff, who will be thrilled to meet you all, I'm sure," said Bellows with a wry smile. "We have experienced their joy already," said Susan, speaking for the first time. Her voice brought Bellows's eyes around and held them. " Susan's appearance had already somewhat unnerved Bellows.
Coma Medical Fiction by Robin Cook