3* Review: The Face Transplant – R. Arundel

18401521Mystery Thriller Blurb

Dr. Matthew MacAulay is a Facial Transplant Surgeon at a prestigious New York hospital. His friend and mentor, Tom Grabowski, dies under mysterious circumstances. Matthew is forced to investigate. He uncovers his friend’s secret. A new technique that allows perfect facial transplants. No incisions, no scars. The surgeon is able to transplant one person’s face to another with the perfect result. Tom was able to accomplish this monumental feat with the help of Alice, a supercomputer robot with almost human abilities. While trying to find the people responsible for murdering his friend Tom, Matthew realizes he is the prime suspect. Matthew must flee for his life with the help of Dr. Sarah Larsson, a colleague and reluctant helper who has a secret of her own. 

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This story launches right in with the action from the first line. It grabs your attention but to be honest, it was a while before I got used to the writing style. The plot is great, lots of twists and blind alleys and it moves on relentlessly there is no time to get bored.
The story relies heavily on introspection and thoughts and for some readers; this may detract from the complex plot. More dialogue would have told the same story more succinctly. The characters are interesting and most are easy to visualise.
The story’s theme is medical science fiction with a strong thread of conspiracy theory. If you like this genre this one is worth a read.
I received a copy of this book from the author via NetGalley

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