Book Reviews of Bryson City Seasons : More Tales of a Doctors Practice in the Smoky Mountains

Bryson City Seasons : More Tales of a Doctors Practice in the Smoky Mountains
Bryson City Seasons More Tales of a Doctors Practice in the Smoky Mountains
Author: Walt Larimore M.D.
ISBN-13: 9780310256724
ISBN-10: 0310256720
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 320
Reading Level: Baby-Preschool
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Zondervan
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Bryson City Seasons : More Tales of a Doctors Practice in the Smoky Mountains on + 98 more book reviews
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Dr. Larimore continues his adventures as Bryson City doctor. More colorful town residents appear in this celebration of small town Appalachia.

Spiritual, and touching.
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I love all of the books in Dr. Larimore's series. I love how he talks about Bryson City, the stories and the humor, the good times and the bad. The way he explained the situations at a level that everyone can understand. I wish he would write more books.
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Inspirational, heartfelt novel.
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As good as the first one
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Bryson City Seasons More Tales of a Doctor's Practice in the Smoky Mountains
Author: M.D. Walt Larimore
From the Cover: Barb and I drove up into the hills just south of the main traffic light and into the parking lot of the Fryemont Inn. We strolled up the front driveway toward the main entrancea large front porch with several occupied rockersand stopped to gaze at the nearly endless view across town and up the Deep Creek Valley. The famous Smoky Mountain haze was setting in as the sun retreated behind the distant peaks.

Welcome to Bryson City, a small town tucked away in a fold of North Carolinas Smoky Mountains. The scenery is breathtaking, the home cooking cant be beat, the Maroon Devils football team is the pride of the town, and you wont find better steelhead fishing anywhere. But the best part is the people youre about to meet in the pages of Bryson City Seasons.

In this joyous sequel to his bestselling Bryson City Tales, Dr. Walt Larimore whisks you along on a journey through the seasons of a Bryson City year. On the way, youll encounter crusty mountain men, warmhearted townspeople, peppery medical personalities, and the hallmarks of a simpler, more wholesome way of life. Culled from the authors experiences as a young doctor settling into rural medical practice, these captivating stories paint a collage of small-town faces, events, customs, perspectives, and faith.

Lit with love, humor, glowing faith, and the warmth of family and friendship, and tempered with the bright and dark realities of country medicine, Bryson City Seasons is a celebration of this richly textured miracle called life. THIS IS A WONDERFUL READ, GIFT-ABLE COPY.
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This is a very heartwarming story that is part of a series: Bryson City Secrets, Bryson City Seasons and Bryson City Tales. I didn't want to put it down. You get totally involved with the families in the book.
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Great book - stories of dr. larimore and his family, patients, etc.
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Loved this book as much as book #1.....Dr Larimore brings you along with him into a deeper relationship with his patients, community, faith, and family. He works on the forefront with disease such as AIDS before they even had a name or were known. Highly recommend!