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PDF / Epub ☉ The Red Lotus Author Chris Bohjalian – Pv1.info Hours From The New York Times Bestselling Author Of Midwives And The Flight Attendant Comes A Twisting Story Of Love And Deceit An American Man Vanishes On A Rural Road In Vietnam, And His Girlfriend, An Emergency Room Doctor Trained To Ask Questions, Follows A Path That Leads Her Home To The Very Hospital Where They MetThe First Time Alexis Saw Austin, It Was A Saturday Night Not In A Bar, But In The Emergency Room Where Alexis Sutured A Bullet Wound In Austin S Arm Six Months Later, On The Brink Of Falling In Love, They Travel To Vietnam On A Bike Tour So That Austin Can Show Her His Passion For Cycling And He Can Pay His Respects To The Place Where His Father And Uncle Fought In The War But As Alexis Sips White Wine And Waits At The Hotel For Him To Return From His Solo Ride, Two Men Emerge From The Tall Grass And Austin Vanishes Into Thin Air The Only Clue He Leaves Behind Is A Bright Yellow Energy Gel Dropped On The Road As Alexis Grapples With This Bewildering Loss, And Deals With The FBI, Austin S Prickly Family, And Her Colleagues At The Hospital, Alexis Uncovers A Series Of Strange Lies That Force Her To Wonder Where Did Austin Go Why Did He Really Bring Her To Vietnam And How Much Danger Has He Left Her In Set Amidst The Adrenaline Fueled World Of The Emergency Room, The Red Lotus Is A Global Thriller About Those Who Dedicate Their Lives To Saving People, And Those Who Peddle Death To The Highest Bidder

10 thoughts on “The Red Lotus

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Another limbo book moving back and forth between 3 and 4, but this time, my 3.5 stars are going to be rounded down to 3 Don t boo Maybe it s because of my mood to read something reliable with likable characters easy to resonate with I mostly like the slow burn but gripping and multi POVed surprising writing style of the writer But I had some kind of misconnection as I started flipping pages Maybe I wanted to read something concrete than biolog

  2. Holly B Holly B says:

    After really enjoying The Flight Attendant a few years ago, I was excited to get my hands on the author s newest Sadly, I struggled to stay focused or engage with this one It was definitely a slow burn and just didn t work for me I was bored with the characters and really just wanted to finish skimming did occur and move on to a entertaining and engaging novel I actually had started reading and stopped several times before finishing Probably would

  3. Dorie - Cats&Books :) Dorie - Cats&Books :) says:

    I am hit or miss with this author, I loved The Sandcastle Girls and Midwives , some of his earlier work This one fell short for me.The premise of this novel is extremely relevant to our times I will quote just a bit from the blurb from for this novel Set amidst the adrenaline fueled world of the emergency room, The Red Lotus is a global thriller about those who dedicate their lives to saving people, and those who peddle death to the highest bidder This

  4. Nenia ⚡ Aspiring Evil Overlord ⚡ Campbell Nenia ⚡ Aspiring Evil Overlord ⚡ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestDNF p.100I read one hundred pages of this, hoping it would grab me but it never did Alexis and Austin met in the ER when Alexis removed a bullet wound from Austin s arm Six months later and they are dating and going on vacation to Vietnam to bicycle, and then Austin is accosted by strange men in the wilderness and disappears Alexis is in her hotel room, fretting and drinking wine, when she finds out that he s missing T

  5. Katie B Katie B says:

    3.5 starsI originally thought I had never read anything written by Chris Bohjalian but then it dawned on me I read Midwives many, many years ago Thanks Oprah for the recommendation And since I enjoyed The Red Lotus and that book, I need to make sure next time I don t let twenty years go by in between reading his books.Alexis is working as an emergency room doctor when she meets a man named Austin He arrives at the hospital with a bullet wound i

  6. Theresa Alan Theresa Alan says:

    I liked The Flight Attendant, but this novel fell short for me Alexis is an ER doc who follows her boyfriend of six months to Viet Nam, where his uncle was killed and his father shot Austin is huge into cycling, so they go to Nam via a bike trip One day Austin goes alone and doesn t come back Everyone says he died in a hit and run, but Alexis has found clues that his death wasn t accidental The search for the truth about Austin s death is compelling since we re

  7. Jennifer Blankfein Jennifer Blankfein says:

    With today s coronavirus outbreak, and the Year of the Rat, this fiction book seemed relevant than I could have hoped Enjoyable, fast paced and engaging, Chris Bohjalian always delivers Full review to come on Book Nation by Jen.

  8. Chelsey Chelsey says:

    Alexis and Austin are on their first trip together in beautiful Vietnam Though they re on a bike tour with a group of tourists, Austin chooses to go it alone one day to pay homage to his uncle and father who served in the country When he isn t back hours after he should have been, Alexis starts to panic The police in Vietnam and the United States embassy quickly get involved when there s still no sign of Austin The next day, his body is found and it appears he was ki

  9. Natalie Natalie says:

    This is exactly what a great mystery should be It is exciting, well researched, engaging and IMPOSSIBLE TO PUT DOWN A young ER doctor goes to Vietnam with her boyfriend on a biking trip What should be beautiful and restful quickly begins to unravel when Alexis boyfriend disappears Alexis earns about his lies and soon there is a trail of death surrounding this visit As she returns to NYC, pieces click into place as she begins to put together mysterious happenings right

  10. Stephen Kiernan Stephen Kiernan says:

    Perhaps Chris Bohjalian s best thriller ever, this novel starts with a simple missing person situation and grows into an international biological warfare tangle It is a terrific read, with suspense like something out of Hitchcock, surprises for characters and readers alike, and one of the nastiest bad guys I ve encountered in years Three things make this book exceptional, and than an ordinary thriller The first is the setting, as much of the novel takes place in Vietnam w

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