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". . . a suspenseful tale of one surgeons heroic struggle to save his work and the woman he loves. . . . Inspiring . . ." -- Beth Haynes, MD
". . . extraordinary hero, a tender love story, a fascinating medical discovery, and an intense family conflict are dramatically interwoven . . ." -- Edith Packer, JD, PhD, psychologist
". . Youll be captured till the end by villains youll despise, heroes youd love to meet, plus betrayal, romance. . . " -- Karen Tierney, MD
"A beautifully crafted and completely engaging novel. It made me want to stand up and cheer!" -- James Vawter, MD
"Salutary tale of what can happen to medical breakthroughs if Big Government claws even deeper into our health care system!" -- Steve Forbes, President and CEO, Forbes magazine
. . . intriguing novel about how unintended consequences of good intentions can have a devastating impact on the healing professions. . . . -- Walter E. Williams, syndicated columnist and John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics, George Mason University
A gripping story superimposed on today's threats to quality medical care. -- Edward Annis, MD, Past President, American Medical Association, and author of Code Blue
I got so drawn into the characters and plot. It reminded me of Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead. -- Judith Kleinfeld, PhD, University of Alaska psychology professor and author
Noble Vision resembles an Ayn Rand novel . . . It captivated me from beginning to end. -- Jane M. Orient, MD, Executive Director, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and author of Your Doctor Is Not In
The defects of government-controlled medicine are dramatized effectively in this page-turning story . . . -- Milton Friedman, economist and Nobel laureate
People who are inspired by the novels and philosophy of Ayn Rand will enjoy this author's first novel, NOBLE VISION, and will also want to read her new, second novel, A DREAM OF DARING. Gen won two national literary awards for her medical and romance thriller, NOBLE VISION. The novel won a ForeWord magazine Book-of-the-Year Award and was a finalist in the Writer’s Digest 13th international book awards---two of the most prestigious honors in the world of independent publishing. It also was a finalist in the Midwest Book Awards and a second-place winner in the Illinois Women’s Press Association Fiction Contest. Gen is a former pharmaceutical chemist and healthcare writer, and she also pens political and social commentary. Her commentaries have appeared in The Orange County Register, The Daily Caller, Real Clear Markets, Mises Daily, Rocky Mountain News, Gainesville Sun, and other publications. She has been a lively guest speaker at the national conference, FreedomFest, and she has discussed her gripping novel on the Barry Farber Show and other talk-radio programs. She was also a guest on Glenn Beck’s national television program. Asked what moved her to write NOBLE VISION, Gen replies, “After years of working in the healthcare industry, I feel as if I’m witnessing the slow death of something great, something that shouldn’t be allowed to die---America’s gold standard of medicine.” Why did she choose to write fiction? “Ever since I read Gone With the Wind at age 13, I’ve been enthralled by sweeping novels that capture a historic moment in an unforgettable way. I wanted to tell the story of what’s happening in medicine today---how it, too, could be gone with the wind---through the spellbinding magic of fiction.” Gen is working on a third novel, and she's also completed the screenplay adaptation of NOBLE VISION.