Death Glitch

Heart surgeon Isadora Eisenhower is seventy seven and dying of cancer when she is shot dead She wakes in the morgue with the body of an eighteen year old Something brought her back to life, made her young again and some very bad people want to find out how it happened However, being poked and prodded and having her new life sucked out of her in the name of science and sHeart surgeon Isadora Eisenhower is seventy seven and dying of cancer when she is shot dead She wakes in the morgue with the body of an eighteen year old Something brought her back to life, made her young again and some very bad people want to find out how it happened However, being poked and prodded and having her new life sucked out of her in the name of science and so a few wealthy people can have eternal life doesn t sit too well with Dr Eisenhower, so to save herself, she goes on the run But the men behind her pursuit are powerful and bring the forces of Homeland Security and the FBI after her and it seems no matter where she runs, they re a jump ahead of her and soon she ll have no place to hide.
Death Glitch Heart surgeon Isadora Eisenhower is seventy seven and dying of cancer when she is shot dead She wakes in the morgue with the body of an eighteen year old Something brought her back to life made her y

  • Title: Death Glitch
  • Author: Ken Douglas
  • ISBN: 9780982951309
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Death Glitch”

    1. So where to beginAt first (as in the first couple of pages) I really liked it… Then the supernatural stuff began and I was lostWhen I started reading this book I was sure that the author had to be a guy, and that he had sat down and listed all the things he liked, and then wrote a story where all these things happensFancy cars, big guns, beautiful women, beautiful women making out on a bed – ask any 15 year old boy what he likes and it’s in this book…And THEN we also have all the weird s [...]

    2. Oh the badness of this book. I made it into the third chapter, where the newly resurrected protagonist is performing open heart surgery and when the real doc shows up she babbles something about her being the girl he couldn't have-to which he replies "iz?" And then she saves the day. Really? Eff me. Oh, and she is murdered while delivering a baby on the sidewalk . What a poorly written turkey this thing is, the plot points are just so Awkward. The protagonist is supposed to be almost 80, yet is [...]

    3. I rather like the basic concept--a septuagenarian cancer patient dies and is mysteriously brought back to life as an eighteen year-old. Various people who hear about this want to capture her and turn her into a laboratory specimen so that they can extract "the fountain of youth" from her. Good so far. Unfortunately, the story suffers from clichéed, unbelievable characterization, and a healthy dose of contrivance and coincidence that is beyond far-fetched. The ending is uninspired, bordering on [...]

    4. This would make such a seriously kick ass book. Unfortunately there were too many flaws to list them all. There are quite a few interesting ideas the author had in the story so I am hoping that eventually that he is able to take advantage of the potential and flesh out the story better in the future.

    5. Death Glitch is an interesting novel, and definitely worth reading. I am surprised by the low rating others have given it. The only thing I can critique on is the lack of depth of the characters/plot. I feel like this novel was hurriedly written Especially towards the end.

    6. A bit of a headlong title with a few minor spelling and proofing issues, this at least kept my interest. The ending wasn't exactly shattering but it's certainly one way to add to a writing career.

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