Error in Diagnosis.
Innocent lives are put in jeopardy in this terrifying new thriller that asks the question: Are we prepared for the next epidemic?
A mysterious illness with disturbing symptoms is plaguing women across the United States. It begins with memory loss and confusion and ends with the patient falling into a coma. Medical professionals are at a loss for the cause, but one thing remains constant: All of the victims are pregnant.
Called in to consult on the case of his best friend’s wife, neurologist Jack Wyatt has never seen anything like it. Now, with the nation on the brink of panic, Jack and his colleagues are in race against time to find a cure.
The disease they are calling Gestational Neuropathic Syndrome (GNS) is spreading. Patients are dying—and no one can guess what will happen next
Wow. I literally had a hard time putting this book down. When I did, I was already about 12 chapters into the book. However, I quickly rushed back to the book and finished the rest of the book in one sitting. The thought that Gestational Neuropathic Syndrome (GNS) could be real is very scary. In fact, for that matter the thought that any epidemic like this will give you goose bumps. As I was reading this book, my first thought was to flash to the movie starring Matt Damon "Contagion". Which if you saw this movie, the epidemic featured in the movie is scary as well.
If you are a fan of medical thrillers or just looking for that next great book to read, than you have to check out this book. There is no "error" in checking this book out. Jack Wyatt leads the cast of characters in a thrill ride. I can not wait to read the next book by this author.