Having read and greatly enjoyed [b:The Blue Zone|509387|The Blue Zone|Andrew Gross|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1311020712s/509387.jpg|497403], I was expecting to once again be wowed. Well that didn't happen. [b:Eyes Wide Open|10110318|Eyes Wide Open |Andrew Gross|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1348432857s/10110318.jpg|15218214] has an exceedingly slow plot that really didn't have anything all that surprising. It was extremely repetitive and rather boring at times. The author used the same ploys over and over again. Other than the main character Jay Erlich, all the others were plainly unlikable and contrary. They'd say one thing and then immediately do the opposite. It was just confusing and irritating. And I just couldn't understand the attitude of the police throughout the entire book. Jay was determined to help his brother but being a doctor was entirely clueless when it came to investigating which is probably what made this such a difficult book to stay connected to.