Yes, I would recommend beginning with the first book in the series and listening in order.
The stories about how he developed into the Doctor he becomes.
All of the books in the series are outstanding thus far. It makes me wish i could step into the book and meet the characters.
I loved this book. It is lively and real. The compassion and fun that is Fingal resonates through the book. For anyone who is interested in medicine it is a revelation. Anyone who is offended by hearing the Lords name used in vain may find that part difficult. I did at first but because it's usage seems to be so much part of the Irish language I was able to put it aside. The story is very informative about life in Dublin between the world wars and life in the tenements was graphically but kindly drawn.
I especially enjoy the narrator, easy listening, good voice, the series is fun to listen to, good character development, no violence or profanity which is truly a joy and rare to find.
yes they are a good listen the books have serious and funny moments but are light hearted and well read it is a good series hope they continue with barry laverty
the wiley oreilly he is a fun character
if you have listened to any of the other books you can visualize the characters it is a great litttle village ballybucklebo
i don.t think i would rename it
great series with luck it will continue with barry in charge
A gentle heartwarming story, Patrick Taylor paints a beautiful word picture with soft strokes.
A beautiful story in the midst of this current world filled with murder and violence.
These stories reflecting this era in medicine are dear to my heart. I love the characters and the realistic account of medical practice in this period of time..
The narrator is terrific and gives the stories personality.