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UCF College of Medicine - Established in 2006, the UCF College of Medicine is one of the first U.S. medical schools in decades to be built from the ground up.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 90232 Culver City, California

  • Kimberly - I Will Give It A Shot

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  • Dorothy Lynn Paolillo "Lynn" - Powerwash for your mouth!!

    This is the best! Professional quality cleaning. I had tried a waterpic from the drugstore and it had a very small reservoir and was much too gentle to accomplish much. The Hydrofloss is terrific. Large reservoir to get the job done in one go, adjustable "powerwash" feature, and it stays plugged in - no recharging batteries!!
    Highly recommend!!

  • J. Aveilhe "visionary researcher" - Surprising

    I bought the Inferno somewhat reluctantly because of all the negative reviews. But since I have loved all of Brown's previous books, it seemed worth a chance. I am an avid reader of nonfiction - have a library of thousands - and occasionally read fiction recreationally. Brown is one of the few fiction writers that I enjoy, because he so elequently sets the scene of his stories, and describes the locations in great depth. These are usually places that I will never see, but definitely would have, if the circumstances of my life had been different. It seems that this has been a problem for many reviewers, but for me, it is one of the many reasons that Brown's books never fail to enchant me.

    The next issue that appears to have bothered some reviewers was the topic of overpopulation. This has been addressed often by scientists, anthropologists, and sociologists, among others, and yet I don't hear it discussed among the general population as more than a passing topic. It is as though the subject is of no concern to most people. But to make it the subject of a novel, by such a renowned writer, people will become more aware, and perhaps even research the issue... and who knows... even do something about it.

    That was what I experienced when The DaVinci Code was on the best seller lists. Everywhere I went people were talking about it. Some were appalled by the ideas Brown put forth, but many were fascinated by the ideas and were researching the early Christian era to find out more about it.

    I have always had an interest in the Divine Comedy, and so, really appreciated reading a novel that featured it so highly. Also, Brown certainly had me on the edge of my seat with all the dramatic chase scenes and all the unknowns such as his amnesia.

    All in all, I have to say that I loved the book and will probably read it again, as well as recommend itto others.