Waking Lions

Waking Lions

Book - 2017
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After neurosurgeon Eitan Green hits and kills an African migrant while driving on a deserted road late at night, the victim's wife tracks him down and confronts him the next day, and her price for silence shatters his safe existence.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2017
Edition: First North American edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780316395434
Branch Call Number: FICTION Gun
Description: 341 pages ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Silverston, Sondra
Alternative Title: Waking lions : a novel


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Jul 10, 2017

The narrative of the story examines the complex emotions that arise when ones ethics are challenged. What better person to have this tested on is a doctor. "Doing the right thing" is personal, professional, and affects relationships. The doctor, Eitran, is put to the test in serious life threatening and life changing situations. Who lives, who dies? Will the truth be revealed? I felt the story lacked, at times, a high enough or low enough point in telling that could have provided more astonishment. Throughout the book inner conflict as well as outer conflict play itself out until the reader reaches the final end result.

Apr 06, 2017

Such a terrific read.
How a routine act interrupts a comfortable life .
Raced through this tale of extortion, fear and lies
With a knot in my stomach.
So good.

Mar 19, 2017

To quote Carla McKay, reviewer for the Daily Mail, " a literary thriller that is used as a vehicle to explore big moral issues."


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