Dr Dayo Abayomi, a Senior Consultant
Gynaecologist at a well known private fertility
clinic in London, had this to say on finishing
Seeds that Kill was such a thoroughly
enjoyable read that I just had to recommend it
to my colleagues and patients. I was immediately
amused by the quirky anatomical and
physiological account of the amazing PR muscle,
and the story line took me through all the worst
imaginable nightmares in infertility practice.
The suspense was thrilling, but finally the hand
of justice prevailed with an unexpected twist. I
must commend you on your research which lent the
story and medical scenarios an accurate and
convincing illustration of the real life
perspectives of the agony and ecstasy's of the
infertility world. The different personalities
of your characters were highly entertaining.
Well done! I think Seeds that Kill could make a
great TV series.
Mo from Eastcote, who's also read my first
book, Love in Five Dimensions, left this review
comment on Amazon:
THAT KILL' is an interesting and absorbing
book cleverly written by Julian Bonser. It is a
story that ventures into the world of IVF with a
great deal of information on the subject matter
and possible misuse of same. The storyline
involves a mix of characters, some good, some
quite the opposite, and ends with an unexpected
twist. A good read and recommended.