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  1. says:

    What Worked1 I'm pretty sure that this is the first Francis book with a female protagonist certainly in Felix's

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    Crackling with excitement I couldn't turn the pages fast enough I didn't expect the patient to die of course but he did and it was my fault While my colleagues told me it wasn't and I shouldn't blame myself I knew better I was a bad person and

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    25 or 510 overall not too badFor the first time FelixDick Francis has a female protagonist And she is not a jockey she's an emergency doctor although does also work at the racetrack thus forming the obligatory racing connection for these novels Unfortunately she is neurotic depressed and has an eating disorder which makes it hard to really warm to her as a main characterThe first section of the story centres around Dr Chris Rankin and her d

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    I enjoy having the Francis style continued by Dick's son Felix He has been true to his father's legacy but this one was rather annoy

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    I have been reading Dick and now Felix Francis books for decades and they have a certain formula which always makes for a comfortable read The

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    I do enjoy the horse racing theme of the Francis books but this one has a doctor as a protagonist and she has several irritating personal ualities as well as the whole book is filled with medical inaccuracies that it was really hard to read I suspect if I was in law enforcement I would find many murder mysteries irritating but as I am not I can overlook the problems Not so with this book

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    I would like to thank Netgalley and Simon Schuster for an advance copy of Pulse a stand alone racing thriller set in CheltenhamChris Rankin is an on duty AE consultant when an unconscious man is brought in with heart problems Sadly the man does not respond to treatment and dies shortly after being admitted Chris has her own mental health issues and starts to obsess about the identity of the well dressed stranger whom she is conv

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    Pulse written by Felix Francis son of Dick Francis is an exciting fast paced thriller written in the same tradition of the Francis franchise set in the competitive world of horse racing 'A smartly dressed man is found unconscious at the local racecourse and rushed to hospital where he subseuently dies But who is he? Where does he come from? He has no form of identification on him and no one claims the body Doctor Chris

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    The first half of the book in which an AE ER doctor slides into depression and anorexia is heavy going I found it slightly disturbing for three reasons 1 The doctor in uestion is the first female Francis protagonist but it's also the first time I recall a Francis character being in such bad psychological shape While I do occasionally tire of

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Ns answered and will go to any lengths to prevent it including an attempted murder But when no one will believe that someone tried to kill Chris the doctor is left with no option but to discover who the nameless man was and why he died preferably before following him into an early grave. I would like to thank Netgalley and Simon Schuster for an advance copy of Pulse a stand alone racing thriller set in CheltenhamChris Rankin is an on duty AE consultant when an unconscious man is brought in with heart problems Sadly the man does not respond to treatment and dies shortly after being admitted Chris has her own mental health issues and starts to obsess about the identity of the well dressed stranger whom she is convinced was murderedI enjoyed Pulse The plot while hardly realistic held my interest throughout and gets uite exciting at the end I must admit that I found it hard to believe that Chris found out so much when the police couldn t but it makes for a good read I also think that the plot is uite simple as there are no real twists but again it makes for a good easy readMr Francis excels in his description of Chris s mental issues and the first person narrative adds extra impact making it very personal Depression and anorexia nervosa are not easy subjects to either discuss or describe and yet he nails them accurately and without fuss both from Chris herself and others reactions It s impressive These conditions do not make Chris a particularly likeable character but the first person narrative does much to mitigate this I found the medical treatments described early in the novel a bit too detailed and unnecessary as they slow down the momentum of the novel but fortunately Mr Francis keeps them to a necessary minimum after that In contrast the role of the race course medic and how they system works are fascinating I learned a lot in an interesting wayPulse is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending A House of My Own Stories from My Life lengths to prevent it including an attempted murder But when no one will believe that someone tried to kill Chris the doctor is Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, left with no option but to discover who the nameless man was and why he died preferably before following him into an early grave. I would El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro like to thank Netgalley and Simon Schuster for an advance copy of Pulse a stand alone racing thriller set in CheltenhamChris Rankin is an on duty AE consultant when an unconscious man is brought in with heart problems Sadly the man does not respond to treatment and dies shortly after being admitted Chris has her own mental health issues and starts to obsess about the identity of the well dressed stranger whom she is convinced was murderedI enjoyed Pulse The plot while hardly realistic held my interest throughout and gets uite exciting at the end I must admit that I found it hard to believe that Chris found out so much when the police couldn t but it makes for a good read I also think that the plot is uite simple as there are no real twists but again it makes for a good easy readMr Francis excels in his description of Chris s mental issues and the first person narrative adds extra impact making it very personal Depression and anorexia nervosa are not easy subjects to either discuss or describe and yet he nails them accurately and without fuss both from Chris herself and others reactions It s impressive These conditions do not make Chris a particularly Fragonard Art and Eroticism likeable character but the first person narrative does much to mitigate this I found the medical treatments described early in the novel a bit too detailed and unnecessary as they slow down the momentum of the novel but fortunately Mr Francis keeps them to a necessary minimum after that In contrast the role of the race course medic and how they system works are fascinating I The Monarchs Are Missing lot in an interesting wayPulse is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending

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New York Times bestselling author Felix Francis is back in the newest thrilling adventure in the Dick Francis tradition A smartly dressed man has been found unconscious at the local racecourse and is rushed to the hospital where he subseuently dies But who is he Where does he come from. What Worked1 I m pretty sure that this is the first Francis book with a female protagonist certainly in Felix s books and probably in his fathers books It was a change and not a bad one but it wasn t well done on that below Still it was a nice change and it would be good to see female protagonists in future Francis books2 The plot was something new to me at least Not the fiddling with races but the execution and the death of the mystery man mentioned in the blurb Although there s no series to the Francis books they are all set at or connected to horse racing and somehow the Francis men keep coming up with new angles and new stories3 Francis tackled some serious issues drug use anxiety anorexia It s heavy duty stuff and while the execution is iffy I commend him for the effort Again these are different for the Francis books and it s good to see real life being tackled4 The story was engaging despite some flaws and a slowish start It slowly reeled me in until I didn t want to out it down and had to keep reading until the end While I figured out parts of the mystery other parts had me scratching my head trying to figure it out And near the end when Chris s life was in danger I was practically holding my breath to see how she d escapeWhat Didn t Work1 The author has a lot to learn about writing from a woman s POV He d have been better off doing third person instead of first person It was clearly a woman as written by a man I mean she thinks to herself that her breasts used to be fulsome Seriously I rolled my eyes so hard at that they almost fell out And when I shared that snippet on Twitter many agreed with me I know there are women authors who do a poor job of writing men they need to improve also I honestly thought the character whose head we were in was a male right up until the page where they started thinking about their difficulties getting pregnant Despite those problems and her anorexia Chris never felt like a woman She was interesting and she has potential but improvement is needed if she s to be a recurring character or if Francis plans to do female protagonists I d actually like to see provided they re well written2 Related to the above I have mixed feelings about her health problems in some respects they were traditional Francis depression anxiety suicidal thoughts while in other respects they felt pasted in as if because the protagonist was female she had to have these health issues Because she was a female she had to had issues around children and getting pregnant anorexia making her husband happy Honestly the story would have worked without them They didn t add to her character or to the story but felt grafted on Also her constant worrying and fussing and anxiety issues got to be annoying and they slowed the pace of the story The story started out fast with the mystery man s death then slowed down when Chris s health took priority then finally the mystery took priority and the pace picked up again The VerdictPulse was a mixed bag The story had a lot of potential and it did end up grabbing my attention but it s flawed and the pace was erratic Not a must read Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding local racecourse and is rushed to the hospital where he subseuently dies But who is he Where does he come from. What Worked1 I m pretty sure that this is the first Francis book with a female protagonist certainly in Felix s books and probably in his fathers books It was a change and not a bad one but it wasn t well done on that below Still it was a nice change and it would be good to see female protagonists in future Francis books2 The plot was something new to me at Love is Blind least Not the fiddling with races but the execution and the death of the mystery man mentioned in the blurb Although there s no series to the Francis books they are all set at or connected to horse racing and somehow the Francis men keep coming up with new angles and new stories3 Francis tackled some serious issues drug use anxiety anorexia It s heavy duty stuff and while the execution is iffy I commend him for the effort Again these are different for the Francis books and it s good to see real Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia life being tackled4 The story was engaging despite some flaws and a slowish start It slowly reeled me in until I didn t want to out it down and had to keep reading until the end While I figured out parts of the mystery other parts had me scratching my head trying to figure it out And near the end when Chris s Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch life was in danger I was practically holding my breath to see how she d escapeWhat Didn t Work1 The author has a Catching Fire learn about writing from a woman s POV He d have been better off doing third person instead of first person It was clearly a woman as written by a man I mean she thinks to herself that her breasts used to be fulsome Seriously I rolled my eyes so hard at that they almost fell out And when I shared that snippet on Twitter many agreed with me I know there are women authors who do a poor job of writing men they need to improve also I honestly thought the character whose head we were in was a male right up until the page where they started thinking about their difficulties getting pregnant Despite those problems and her anorexia Chris never felt The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) like a woman She was interesting and she has potential but improvement is needed if she s to be a recurring character or if Francis plans to do female protagonists I d actually The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, like to see provided they re well written2 Related to the above I have mixed feelings about her health problems in some respects they were traditional Francis depression anxiety suicidal thoughts while in other respects they felt pasted in as if because the protagonist was female she had to have these health issues Because she was a female she had to had issues around children and getting pregnant anorexia making her husband happy Honestly the story would have worked without them They didn t add to her character or to the story but felt grafted on Also her constant worrying and fussing and anxiety issues got to be annoying and they slowed the pace of the story The story started out fast with the mystery man s death then slowed down when Chris s health took priority then finally the mystery took priority and the pace picked up again The VerdictPulse was a mixed bag The story had a Incubus lot of potential and it did end up grabbing my attention but it s flawed and the pace was erratic Not a must read

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He had no form of identification on him and no one claims the body Doctor Chris Rankin a specialist who treated the deceased and who struggles with mental health issues is intrigued by the nameless dead man obsessed even and starts asking uestions However someone doesn't want the uestio. I enjoy having the Francis style continued by Dick s son Felix He has been true to his father s legacy but this one was rather annoying to read The plot line was interesting and I understand that Felix had a protagonist that was dealing with serious issues causing her poor behavior but I got tired of her and felt that her obsessions were exhausting and continually putting herself and her family in danger I liked the fact that Felix gave his readers a woman protagonist instead of the men in racing that have been featured in the past I think I would have liked her better if he had written to her strengths and had her less manic Maybe she can be featured again when she is in a better place because she is a great heroine with her medical background and her interest in working the races as a doc I understand that all his heroes get themselves into difficult situations but they usually do so inadvertently They usually lead from strength not because they are continuously making stupid choices I look forward to the next book so nice to have a favorite author s work continued by his talented son Fragonard Art and Eroticism legacy but this one was rather annoying to read The plot The Monarchs Are Missing liked the fact that Felix gave his readers a woman protagonist instead of the men in racing that have been featured in the past I think I would have Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding less manic Maybe she can be featured again when she is in a better place because she is a great heroine with her medical background and her interest in working the races as a doc I understand that all his heroes get themselves into difficult situations but they usually do so inadvertently They usually Love is Blind lead from strength not because they are continuously making stupid choices I Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia look forward to the next book so nice to have a favorite author s work continued by his talented son