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Body Bags by Christopher Golden
  • Author: Christopher Golden
  • Title: Body Bags
  • Size PDF ver: 1353 kb
  • Size ePUB ver: 1728 kb
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  • ISBN: 0743428056
  • ISBN13: 978-0743428057
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  • Category: No category
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Votes: 214
  • Publisher: Pocket Pulse (September 2001)
  • Hardcover: Here
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When one of her professors ends up dead, college freshman Jenna Blake starts making discoveries even the police have not seen, discoveries that link the late teacher to a dead congressional aide and a terrifying disease.

Reviews num: (7)

Sort of a cross between Bones & Buffy, this follows the adventures of a College fresh woman who is also interning at the local morgue.

In this, the 1st book of the series, there is nothing supernatural, and honestly too much of the book is spent talking about her first week on campus.

I am a Chris Golden fan, loving several of his other series, but this series just didn't do it for me. Perhaps it's aimed at a different audience. Not that I threw it down in disgust or demaned my $ back, but I can't see reading any more in the series.

But try it yourself, if you're a Chris Golden fan.

I gave it ***, but I concede I was torn between *** & ****.
I love true crime, medical mystery TV shows. I thought I'd give this book series a try and I'm glad I did.

If you like female sleuths and medical thrillers, you will like this title. There are a few graphic autopsy scenes - eeew, but I loved it!! At times the main character, Jenna, got a bit annoying, but I'm sure she'll grow on me. The mystery was fine - not spectacular, but fine. I feel this first book is to introduce the setting, players, and scenario. I'm looking forward to more.
I am biased - I went to college with Christopher Golden and part of my enjoyment was due to the recognition of some of the physical elements of the school that made it into the book, but honestly that was only part of it. The story is believable and interesting. As a science buff (not a doctor don't even play one on teevee) I found the descriptions of biological elements credible and well presented. There was not one moment of "OH COME ON!" throughout the book for me and it was greatly entertaining.

If you are looking for an atypical but fun to read thriller, this is a book you should check out.

Doug Williams
This book was a wonderful thriller. In fact, once I started it I could not put it down. Jenna Blake is a college freshman who starts to work as a medical examiners assistant. Don't want to give too much away here. I was happy to get to discover an old book by an author I only recently discovered!
Lonesome Orange Kid
Just too simple. Maybe because I worked at a university and very hard to believe this story, even being fiction.
A little morbid, but very likeable. I read this book the first time when I was about 17, and I just finished reading it for the second time. I'm well in my twenties, but I still found it very enjoyable.
I thought that it has an interesting story, but I don't think that it was put together as well. Yea
heroin was to young to fit a good story.

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