Confessions of a GP - Dr. Benjamin Daniels Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Dr. Benjamin Daniels / ISBN: 1906321884 / Publication Date: 2010 / Publisher: Friday Project
Newest Review: ... who he had seen before me, and also how compared to many, most medical problems aren't even embarrassing! My GP sometimes ... more
Customer Confessions of a GP - Dr. Benjamin Daniels Reviews (2)
by - written on 23/11/12 (Useful, 7 readings)
I bought this book from my iPad as I was, like many, intrigued by the title and write up. This book was funny almost start to finish. It may seem a bit daft, but I never actually visited my GP and thought about the many people who he had seen before me, and also how compared to many, most medical problems aren't even embarrassing! My GP sometimes appears to be made of stone, this shows you the other side, as well as being incredibly funny and well written, this book also gives you an insight to the struggles GPS, and all NHS employees face, it's factual, but without being boring. I read this book within three days and literally couldn't put it down, it goes into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
=== The story === This is a book by a GP. Dr. Benjamin Daniels is his pseudonym allowing him to write about his patients, and his funny stories, without getting struck off for breaching patient confidentiality. === Where can I buy this & for how much? === This can be purchased from Amazon.co.uk. The paperback is currently £4.99 (October 2011) and the Kindle version is just 99p (including VAT) which is fantastic value for money. === Overall opinion === I was first drawn to this as it was in the top 100 Kindle books for a short period of time, from what I can remember. The price was the second factor that I had ... Read the complete review
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