"This is a poignant look at the life of a primary care doctor, who has lovely stories to tell, and rejoices in the telling. Oh, to have such a doctor ministering to every family with small children....With his wisdom, Tsesis gives new meaning to the cliché 'good medicine'." (Independent Publisher)
So much potential here but the presentation of the stories is so awful that it sabotabes the entire thing. I don't think I've encountered any narrator as bad as this one...So unfortunate!
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