Nano: A Pia Grazdani Novel 2

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Pan Macmillan UK, Jan 1, 2013 - Fiction - 400 pages
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After a tumultuous year in which her mentor is murdered and her estranged father comes back into her life, Pia Grazdani, the embattled medical student from 'Death Benefit', decides to take a year off from her medical studies and escape New York City.

Intrigued by the promise of the burgeoning field of medical technology and the chance to clear her head, Pia takes a job at Nanobots. When Pia encounters a fellow employee on a corporate jogging path, suffering the effects of a seizure, she soon realizes she may have literally stumbled upon Nanobot's human guinea pigs. Is the tech giant on the cusp of one of the biggest medical discoveries of the twenty-first century - a treatment option for millions - or have they already sold out to the highest bidder?

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Wow ! What a disappointment. Are We supposed to just " imagine" the ending? Could You not have spent a little more time and came up with a proper ending? It didn't even have to be a " happy ending", just don't leave us guessing!
Now that the Chinese have the Nano secrets, and Pia is lost to the sex industry, and Her Father and friends are searching for Her............................................................................
You see how frustrating it is when something is not completed! I believe You can make a sequel out of all of the mysteries I have mentioned above. I hope it is almost complete, because in My world.........................The End

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Having read a previous Pia Grazdani novel, I thought that this one would be just as intriguing,..NOT!..It has taken me 4 library renewals ( that's 8 weeks ) to read this book and then the ending is very unsatisfying..Where did Pia go? Will her father eventually find her? What happened to George and Paul? Robin Cook is getting lazy in his old age..This will probably be the last book if his that I read..Why set myself up for more disappointment?  

About the author (2013)

Doctor and author Robin Cook is widely credited with introducing the word "medical" to the thriller genre, and over twenty years after the publication of his breakthrough novel, Coma, he continues to dominate the category he created. Cook has successfully combined medical fact with fiction to produce over twenty-seven international bestsellers, including Outbreak (1987), Terminal (1993), Contagion (1996) and most recently Death Benefit (2012).

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