Book Reviews of The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine

The Blood of Strangers:  Stories from Emergency Medicine
The Blood of Strangers Stories from Emergency Medicine
Author: Frank Huyler
ISBN-13: 9780805065978
ISBN-10: 0805065970
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 176
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Owl Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Kind of dry reading. Not one I'd hang onto and read again. The writer could have done much more with the material to make it more interesting (just my opinion).
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A collection of short stories from an ER doc. Fast and enjoyable read.
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I liked this book, however the whole book was different vignettes of different stories. It was pretty well written but each story was about a page and a half or two pages. I thought that each story could have been fleshed out some, but then that is only my opinion. A book worth reading anyway.
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This was interesting. Easy to get into at first, then it kinda dragged and was hard to keep interested in.
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This was a really interesting read. Not at all what I expected. Much more personal and empowering.
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this is a very intense book. i am a retired RN and this is a must read for those of us in the medical field. you feel as if you are on the front lines with the author (an ER doc) and his thoughts.
for the layman,this is an important look into the mind of a medical person.
a good read!