Let's start with the cover. - I'm honestly not too sure how I feel about the cover in itself. The photo choice is interesting... and I suppose it fits the subject matter, but I still find it a bit bland.
This was ultimately my first book by Donald Friedman. Donald Friedman's writing style is ..... interesting? I honestly found it a TAD difficult to follow along; I was bored through many of the chapters unfortunately.
The storyline / plot was actually fairly unique, at least for me. I've never read anything that had a similar storyline. So I had high hopes for this book honestly.
Corrupted Humours opens with the explosion of Albert Snaedeker on the operating table during routine surgery. That catches your attention right?! Aside from that general medical topic, the book / writing itself.. was jsut okay.. ;/