This, at least, answers that.
Jan 10, Patrick rated it it was amazing. Awesome but sad This is a dark and sad story that described a serious atrocity that is referenced throughout the series. It lends depth to the emotional life of the Forgotten and explains the Forgotten's demands of the Peacemakers. To read this is to add to the judgements that a reader has made of a number of the races of the Congress and the Congress as a whole.
It's a small but valuable addition to this great series. The series is addictive for me and hopefully will herald the return of c Awesome but sad This is a dark and sad story that described a serious atrocity that is referenced throughout the series. The series is addictive for me and hopefully will herald the return of character driven writing to american science fiction.
Jan 29, Todd Gutschow rated it really liked it. Cute little appalling story This is a short story in the Zero series. Concise and dreadful tale of the mold species that gives more information about the being known as Forgotten.
Well done little story. Sep 17, Mark rated it liked it Shelves: science-fiction-fantasy. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Finished August 22, Readability 9. Rating 6. Super-short Geuji first encounter story - the Huouyt genocide and discovery that a heroic Jahul saved them from extinction. Horrible and tragic, but well done. Jul 06, Pablo Giambelluca rated it really liked it. Nice short story that gives some interesting background about Forgotten, nothing to write home about but it kinda gives some perspective.
Mar 26, Kathy Locke rated it it was amazing. This short lil story makes me want to go back and reread the other Zero books to remember the form these sentient creatures take on. Thanks for the fabulous story telling! Nov 21, Kris rated it it was amazing. Nice little read. Nice short story. Helps the reader to understand the other novels in the Zero saga. Mar 05, Daniel Havens rated it it was amazing.
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The smartest species in the universe saved by the most empathetic species in the universe, creating a bond that will transcend time. Loved this short, but tragic story.
Apr 09, steph rated it it was ok. Jun 18, Dan Magyar rated it liked it.
Short story that just fills in a bit of the blanks on the origin of the Geuji. Not particularly engaging without the backdrop of the other stories, but interesting enough if you enjoyed the other Legend of Zero books. Sep 19, Michael Muller rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed the boo, but I did not enjoy the author's preface and epilogue about how it was going to "blow my mind".
It did not. I did not go back and re-read the suggested chapters for further mind-blowing. Anyone want to share with me what I'm missing? Mar 13, Martin Nicolas rated it really liked it. I liked the story but it felt a bit short, while it gives a good overview of the events at neskfaat it could be a bit longer, into the details of the technology used to allow the Geuji to talk, move Jan 29, Candice rated it it was amazing. Interesting take on xenophobia Quite novel species creation and the possible problems that could arise with their interactions.
Fascinating world building and great character development. Jan 24, Tom Skilling rated it it was amazing. Another fantastic book in this series, great author who keeps you entertained from start to finish. May 09, Cathy Konkel rated it liked it. Too Simple The story line us very good and draws you in. But the book was so simple and short, like a children's book. It could have been developed so much more. If you like Sara King, you may also like these authors.
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His checklist only finds two health symptoms.
Since the exam in the EHR is clear there is no need for further testing. Looking for acquired pulmonary hypertension is not in his computer. The futurist says no in person evaluation is needed. If we let Mr.
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Dunker listen to physicians trained according to principles espoused by Dr. Detsky, nothing is done and his rapidly enlarging thoracic aneurysm ruptures when he coughs hard next year. They both also go on to develop aneurysmal aortic dilation but the revised medical education system I hope! Consider the following interaction between a patient advocate A and the hospitalist H receiving post mortem feedback as per Dr. He had a history of hyperventilation.
Great, do you see the 75, references? Even if you old doc, anyone?
They read and they learned. They see incredible importance for a compound you feel you can ignore.
OK, now look at aortic aneurysm formation and TGF beta Can you still tell me the compound is not important? It killed him because it was not discovered. And that, my readers, is a scene that happens every day. Sadly I fear that in the world of Dr. Well, first I would define them better, for sure and add in the need for inclusion of existing science in establishing treatment modalities. What was wrong?
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What was his treatment? Simple: removal from exposure, normalization of VCS with the cholestyramine protocols, correction of TGF beta-1; correction of joints and low VO2 max by lowering MMP9; and VIP to correct the TGF beta-1 defect, fix the acquired pulmonary hypertension and restore Purkinje fiber interconnections in his caudate, correcting the atrophy. Will he recover? Did his doctors listen to him? Were his doctors thorough? No way. Would a diagnosis of anxiety be validated? Only by his casket. Everyone knew the brainy hospitalist had a photographic memory.
Her opinion: The patient probably just wanted some paid time off from a stressful job. The diagnosis is made and the patient is fixed by terrific thoracic surgeons like Paul Bolanowski MD a mold literate surgeon!
And face it: this kind of diagnostic garbage given to Mr. Dunker goes on everyday. Its advocates get prominent venues in JAMA, but for what end?