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Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Tales of Sector General Includes Three Full Novels: the Galactic Gourmet, Final Diagnosis, and Mind Changer By James White

This omnibus deals with a intergalactic hospital serving myriad species. In this setting, everyone is an alien. White gives a fair amount of detail on different alien races and how a interspecies hospital would work. I suspect that “Gray’s Anatomy” or “General Hospital” fans may find the book entertaining. I plowed through 264 pages before I gave up. It wasn’t bad but it certainly wasn’t captivating. I have so many books from so many authors in my pile waiting that I just can’t justify plowing through a book that just doesn’t hold my interest.

Body of work of James White

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