“The Monster Chase”
The background of this novel illustrates a significant judicial weakness called the Rashomon Effect. The imaginary monsters one may create. While enjoying an easy read, this book touches on Health Care, Civil Rights, the United States legal system and on becoming a doctor in this day and age. Is our justice system doing a reasonable job? The story written by Marion A Stahl will unravel details and flaws in the due process, hearings, and legal intricacies that can lead to injustice. These phenomenal errors result in the health care financial crisis and resources that we are all paying for today. –John Travis, Esq
7 thoughts on “Reviews”
This novel opens a large door to new colors and explanations for situations which are thought provoking, shocking, and baffling. It also uncovers the voices of thousands other victims who may have drown silently in a similar way. The author brings to the surface issues that represent, today, real financial concerns.
Problems with availability may not appear to be a new subject; however, what the author uncovers may bring chills to some of us or temper some fanatics.. A serious question is opened about whether the government has handled certain procedures adequately. It exposes the vulnerability doctors are facing in a judicial system that isn t about acknowledging the good, but the bad or evil. The novel shows the face of the enormous and slow wheel of justice that takes decades to move. It addresses the phenomenal wastes it entails. — –Gary Jones, Writer
I liked the timely topic. It developed many of today s healthcare problems in layman s language. Anna s relationship with her husband, dog. Dr. Quaile and friends added daily human interest. I would recommend this book for senior High School students studying Truth and Philosophy of Justice.
This is a very well written and provocative novel with powerful observations on some of the problems with our health care and legal system in the US. It shows how very innocent doctors get screwed by the current system.
Good job! This book reveals some things I didn’t know.
This is a very well written and provocative novel with powerful observations on some of the problems with our health care and legal system in the US. It shows how very innocent doctors are hurt by the current system.
I am so glad, as a reader, finally to be inside a Doctor’s head!
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