Where Does it Hurt? By Max Pemberton

In a nutshell… The junior doctor is back – now with one year's knowledge, he's working out on the street. Strengths: Honest and emotive. Weaknesses: Not as much humour (difficult given the setting) Why I read it: Loved Trust Me, I'm a Junior Doctor Pages: 304 Published: 2009 Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Setting: England Rating:... Continue Reading →

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman

I was given this book for Christmas as part of LibraryThing’s SantaThing (secret Santa book giving). Thank you kismoody, who recommended this book based on my library. CeeCee (or Cecelia) is a young girl with a tragic past. It’s 1960s America, and her mother is suffering from an unspecified mental illness, causing her to believe... Continue Reading →

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