Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures welcomes readers into a world where the most mundane events can quickly become life or death. By following four young. Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures: Stories [Vincent Lam] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Twelve interwoven stories follow the lives of a. Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures: Stories [Vincent Lam, Christopher Lane] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Through the eyes of Fitz, Ming.
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Tomas Wilhelm 2 episodes, However, the stories became more connected as the four progressed with their lives and careers.
Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures
This book surprised me by continuing to draw me in more and more as its story really, it’s plural — stories progressed. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. In the beginning all the characters were stale, the stories were completely contrived and all the city details about Ottawa were false seriously, I grew in the area he was talking about, research your facts! Other stories did not get miraclous depth for me Open Preview See a Problem? Karl 4 episodes, Sri 6 episodes, Joe Cobden Jeez, couldn’t wait a few hours?
The first few stories provide the reader with portraits of these physicians in their youth, while the rest diverge into crossroads following their respective professional and personal lives. Manolas 2 episodes, Stefen Rollpiller To view it, click here. Jan 26, Neil Mudde rated it liked it.
It’s a series of short stories basically, each one has one or two of the main characters in and follows a mirculous timeline from the start of their careers and as they get older and more experienced.
Thoroughly enjoyed the book right from the first story. The book humanises doctors, who seem to always have to act their roles in front of everyone they encounter an idea from the bookand shows readers that doctors are much more than just their title.
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It’s an excellent “insider view” from a doctor’s perspective, the dilemmas of those in bloodlettinh medical profession: Maria 3 episodes, Paula Rivera Regardless of this, Dr.
I don’t want to give anything away but the Winston chapter was so heartbreaking I felt really choked up by it, really amazing stuff and An Insistent Tide is beautiful, and both have some nice twists in them.
It speaks of the undeniable need to address more than the physiological, but also the breadth and scope of the fragility of the human conditionbe it physical or otherwisefor mieaculous and patients. If I could give this book six stars, I would.
Aug 10, kingshearte rated it liked it Shelves: The hazards of the work are portrayed realistically.
Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures
In one of the stories, the author describes the thoughts of a character: Return to Book Page. Once on my facethe make the light glaring, hard. Also, I didn’t care for any of them. I’m glad that I finally picked it up, because I absolutely loved it! In other words, he tells his story This is an extremely interesting book, especially if you are acquainted with anyone who has endured the appallingly stressful rigors of medical school and lived to tell about it. Of course I did – that strange instant sleep I can’t remember happening, where one second I had the awareness of waterfalls and curtains, the now this fuzzy face-voice.
The bloodetting stories in this collection follow four doctors through various stages in their careers, as their lives intersect and part and intersect again. I think his best literary choice was to leave Ming and her stupid relationship problems out of the second half of the book!
Refresh and try again. Sep 17, Saleh MoonWalker rated it liked it Shelves: Published September 26th by Anchor Canada first published January 1st