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Cutting the NHS open to tickle its funny bone, this combines laugh-aloud observation with candid insight into an institution and a profession under siege. Chosen for the Zoe Ball Book Club. A lot. Kay is a skilful, muscular writer… In the end, this book is a call to arms. That the NHS lost Kay is a tragedy.
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This is Going to Hurt was the sleeper smash of last year and now medic and comic Adam Kay returns with more jet-black anecdotes about life on the wards. Mordantly hilarious and occasionally heart-breaking, Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas is a celebration of the hard-working heroes of the NHS and their wonderful gallows humour. From the author of record-breaking million copy bestseller and Book of the Year, This is Going to Hurt. Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat In this perfect present for anyone who has ever set foot in a hospital, Adam Kay delves back into his diaries for a hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking peek behind the blue curtain at Christmastime. Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas is a love letter to all those who spend their festive season on the front line, removing babies and baubles from the various places they get stuck, at the most wonderful time of the year.
Received this surprise book in yesterdays post. Didn't have any great views on it, so decided to read a couple of pages when I went to bed Taken from the diary of a junior doctor, this no holds barred memoir is eye opening, shocking and extremely well written with plenty of gallows humour. It's terrifying to think that his experiences were more than On the surface of it this is an engaging and often hilarious collection of anecdotes from someone who worked as a doctor in the NHS for several years. There is an abundance of stories for those who love to hear about