Review: General Hospital: The Complete Scrapbook

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General Hospital: The Complete ScrapbookBook Review
General Hospital: The Complete Scrapbook by Gary Warner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was not a regular viewer of General Hospital, but during the 1990s and 2000s, I kept very close tabs on all the story lines, history and actors on each of the daytime dramas. I liked knowing the spoilers, comparing shows and seeing which actresses and actors were moving from show to show. It made sense that I’d read this book all about GH. Just like the ATWT, DOOL and GL books, it was very useful in learning all the family connections, seeing older pictures and getting immersed in the history. A great book to flip thru, a few pages at a time, to keep close to the shows you enjoy.

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3 thoughts on “Review: General Hospital: The Complete Scrapbook

    Another trip down memory lane. I loved this show and faithfully watched it until Luke and Laura’s wedding. I couldn’t understand everyone swooning over their “romance”. I mean their relationship started with him raping her! They lost me after that.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      May 12, 2017 at 3:01 PM

      Yes, I know. There are a few stories like that where the couple falls in love after a rape has occurred. I can only assume the chemistry was so strong between the actors and characters, they had to pursue it, and tried to avoid the message it was sending. I have only seen a few episodes of GH as I was a CBS and NBC viewer, but I do know the Quartermaines were a great family!

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