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The Unnatural ➚ [KINDLE] ❄ The Unnatural By Alan Nayes ➤ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The first victim brutally assaulted literally dies of fright in the ER and Dr Julie Charmaine must find out why A psychiatrist advocate for battered women and noted sleep researcher Dr Charmaine has o The first victim brutally assaulted literally dies of fright in the ER and Dr Julie Charmaine must find out why A psychiatrist advocate for battered women and noted sleep researcher Dr Charmaine has only two clues to the beautiful young woman s death she reeks of the city sewers and her last word was the Spanish slang for monkeyMeanwhile Vicki Zambisi tormented by twin memories of terror and lost love begins an odyssey of vengeance But when she is attacked in the run down hotel where she was betrayed she is put under the care of Dr Charmaine and her dreams reveal that there s to the man the LA police have dubbed the Sewer Stalker than Vicki is letting on while awakeEager investors have rewarded Dr Wesley Kovacs lavishly for his groundbreaking cryonics research Now though he publicly supports a form of immortality Kovacs will let nothing stand between him and the Nobel PrizeFor in an experiment gone horribly awry Kovacs holds the key to the Sewer Stalker the bizarre hybrid creature who lusts insatiably for beautiful women and now pursues both Julie and her patientNavigating the turbulent waters of immortality and bringing man s unuenchable desire to live forever to the streets and sewers of Los Angeles Alan Nayes lives up to the reputation he established in the critically acclaimed Gargoyles by providing another edge of your seat thriller that will keep readers up all night.


10 thoughts on “The Unnatural

  1. Nettie Biegler Nettie Biegler says:

    Good bookIt was an exciting book, lots of turns and twist with a surprise ending, Schocking Very scarey, fast moving, I would recommend it.


  2. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Well written Robin Cook style medical thriller Dr Julie Charmaine has a new patient who seems to be connected with a slew of murders commited by the Sewer Man Can she and Det Matt Guardian figure out where the killer will strike next or will Julie be the next victim An excellent way to spend a day in the sun


  3. ARLENE CORONADO ARLENE CORONADO says:

    Unnatural Indeed Had me from the start, which I love a book to do I never saw it coming, But Ben, you dirty dog you.


  4. Richard Mendenhall Richard Mendenhall says:

    What First of all, despite a two star rating, for the most part, I really enjoyed this book I liked the hero and heroine, if you can call them that I liked Vicki, Eisler and Kovacs The coroner may have been my favorite character, but some of the stupid things these characters did just defied reality Wait here Yeah, right Don t go alone Okay Whatever What really ruined this book for me were three things Julie s dreams at the end, Julie s last known relationship with Matt and the what What First of all, despite a two star rating, for the most part, I really enjoyed this book I liked the hero and heroine, if you can call them that I liked Vicki, Eisler and Kovacs The coroner may have been my favorite character, but some of the stupid things these characters did just defied reality Wait here Yeah, right Don t go alone Okay Whatever What really ruined this book for me were three things Julie s dreams at the end, Julie s last known relationship with Matt and the what I thought was silly, final revelation I just felt totally ripped off by that ending and explanation that was way off the credibility scale A different ending might have elevated this book to four stars for me Story had great potential but ultimately fizzled


  5. John Cunningham John Cunningham says:

    Way to many words and not enough action Also, vague on many situations.


  6. Cathy Gudger Cathy Gudger says:

    Wow, I didn t see that coming This was a good book I ll be readingof Mr Nayes books in the future.


  7. Janin Janin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Story 2 10What could have been an interesting scientific mystery became a trite and predictable piece of drivel after the first hundred or so pages.The suspense was lacking I figured out what Ben was, what had happened to him, and how the story was going to play out within the first quarter of the book Characters 4 10I didn t really care for the characters Few of them felt genuine, and it seemed like their relationships and histories were thrown in for no reason other than a book needs cha Story 2 10What could have been an interesting scientific mystery became a trite and predictable piece of drivel after the first hundred or so pages.The suspense was lacking I figured out what Ben was, what had happened to him, and how the story was going to play out within the first quarter of the book Characters 4 10I didn t really care for the characters Few of them felt genuine, and it seemed like their relationships and histories were thrown in for no reason other than a book needs characters.Writing 5 10Not impressive but not horrible either At times, however, it felt like Nayes was offering us a science lessons that weren t pertinent to the story, as if to say, Man, I m a doctor Look what I know Overall 2.5 10Not impressed with this book at all I felt unclean after reading it.Not recommended


  8. Stacy Eaton Stacy Eaton says:

    If I could give half stars, this one would be a 3.5 Mr Nayes did a great job with his writing style on this book The knowledge that he showed in his writing was excellent, but for me it was personally over my head I found myself skipping through a lot of the technical and medical references I did enjoy the storyline and thought it was very creative The characters were good and there was enough depth to give some good insight on them and make them appealing Someone who is very much int If I could give half stars, this one would be a 3.5 Mr Nayes did a great job with his writing style on this book The knowledge that he showed in his writing was excellent, but for me it was personally over my head I found myself skipping through a lot of the technical and medical references I did enjoy the storyline and thought it was very creative The characters were good and there was enough depth to give some good insight on them and make them appealing Someone who is very much into medical mystery s, enjoys and understands the medical references made in this book would probably find this a 5 star book I do enjoy Mr Nayes stories and will continue to read them as they are released


  9. Sheri Sheri says:

    This book kept me on the edge of my seat Dr Julie Charmaine takes on a new patient, Vicki Zampisi, during a series of murders Their meeting becomes part of the investigation of these murders Through many surprises and twist in the story, an unexpected ending is presented Alan Nayes has given me yet another reason to read books like this.


  10. Paula Hebert Paula Hebert says:

    a decent enough medical thriller, unnatural takes us into the world of cryrogenics and of course mad scientists add a handsome detective, a lovely doctor, and some really creepy murders, and there you are like I said, decent enough, but it didn t keep me awake reading.


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