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Two graduate students decide to solve their financial problems by becoming egg donors at an exclusive, highly profitable fertility clinic on Boston’s North Shore. But second thoughts and curiosity prompt the two women to find out more about their donated eggs. Obtaining employment at the clinic under aliases, they soon discover the horrifying aims of its research, immediately putting their lives—and their sanity—irrevocably at risk…
Posited on up-to-the-minute science, Shock is a spine-tingling novel of medicine run amok by the bestselling master of medical suspense.
From Publishers Weekly
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I was interested all through the whole book but the ending was a huge letdown. I love Robin Cook novels but this ending was not up to par.
Despite the fact that it was a good read and raced toward a very suspenseful conclusion, the biggest surprise here is the abrupt and inconclusive ending. A disappointment.
Shock doesn't live up to its name!
This is the worst I've eat from Robin Cook. I found myself wondering is I had missed something. Poorly written and even worse story, Shock stands out as mistake for Robin Cook.
The only shock was the ending which was a huge diss appointment