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    A fun, fast-paced and colorful story set in culturally diverse Montreal, coming from the strange bubble that is the medical world where, while protected from the world in some ways, it also sees some of the extremes of the world. Considering the state of the healthcare system in Montreal, "Terminally Ill" is chillingly realistic - normal reactions to abnormal situations, resulting in desperate measures. I read it from cover to cover in one sitting - it left me feeling post-night.
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    I'm sorry but i had another book to read and the review is late. So, i actually liked the book, despite the fact that this is not my genre of books. So, Hope. Does she move to Ottawa? She's a brave woman. Fights bad guys, saves peoples' life. Great character, after all. Elvis? I didn't really like him. I didn't like his brother, too :D and the rest of the "crew". Ryan? I haven't read the other books but i guess he's a good boyfriend. Tucker? Well, he is annoying as the annoying orange. I would love to continue my review but it would contain spoilers. So, i'm going to end it here. I really liked the book and reccomend it.
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    Great read

    This is the third Hope Sze mystery that I've read. It is a good as the first two! The plot was interesting and the character development has been great. I can't wait for the next one!
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    Frenetic Fun, Mystery & Intrigue

    While Hope Sze contemplates the world of magic with a critical eye towards solving the attempted murder of an escape artist, Yi works her own sense of magic in creating inter-layered story lines that beautifully come together at the end. This was a fun novel with a combined sense of frenetic fun, mystery and intrigue. The multiple plot-lines and complexity of Hope Sze's personal relationships, family relationships and work relationships intertwine in a unique and fulfilling way.
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    Terminally Ill

    Great plot! This certainly improved in structure and flow since the fist book! Will continue to read this author and follow her growth! Great job!
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