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Invasive Procedures by Orson Scott Card
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Oct 09, 2009

While Card is the big name on the cover, this isn't really an OSC book as near as I can tell. They style is very different, as is the characterization. While a good medical thriller, it lacks some of the empathy that makes Card's books as good as they are.[return][return]This book reads more along the lines of Michael Crichton than OSC. Setting aside expectations for a Card story line and characters, the book is still quite good. The plot moves quickly, and the action is generally believable. For a first novel, it represents a great start.

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