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What? Dead Again? #2020

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  • Title: What? Dead Again?
  • Author: Neil B. Shulman
  • ISBN: 9780918784520
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Okay, this was pretty good Especially since my selling point for this book was that there was a goat on the spine I love goats It was light hearted and funny and it just didn t take itself to seriously At the same time, I liked all of the doctor hospital related jargon because it made the book credible in a way that that levity didn t So it was a good balance between the real and the ridiculous I liked the story, I liked how unimportant yet enjoyable the relationship between our main man and She [...]

    2. I watched the movie Doc Hollywood the other day, and this book was listed as the inspiration for the movie I have to say, the movie is a better story However, the book wasn t bad, though a little outdated There were humorous parts, but it felt contrived, like the author was having to try too hard to be funny The town of Grady and the people who live there are not depicted as anywhere near as charming as in the movie, which I found disappointing I managed to finish the book, but it was a bit labo [...]

    3. I meant for this shelf to be called Wish I could get the hours back that I spent reading these books but the form doesn t allow for enough characters.This is Possibly the worst book I have ever read.Other contributions would be most of the works of John Updike and some of the works of Kurt Vonnegut.

    4. This book c 1979 was written before the 1991 movie There were parts of the movie that I liked better, as well as parts of the book that I liked better Michael J Fox did bring to life the character of Dr Otis Stone.

    5. This book is what the movie Doc Hollywood was based on Both were very good in their own way The book was far interesting than I expected it to be.

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