Tonic for the spirit (HOME AND COUNTRY
'wickedly amusing self-help audio book, providing the tonic of laughter as well as useful tips for the patient' (Vidar Hjardeng DISABILITY TIMES
With a fine mix of humour and common sense, Maeve Binchy makes light of coping with ailments and hospitals.... Laugh out loud anecdotes delightfully told by Kate Binchy. (CHOICE
If you like fiction based on the trials and tribulations of real life but with a large dollop of humour, you will love this! Based on the author's own hip replacement saga, the perceptive text can be applied to any situation where you find yourself reliant on others. Whether you've been the patient, the carer or just love to laugh at the quirks of human nature, this audio CD will satisfy. It's docu-soap for the ears! (www.FromBumptoGrump.co.uk
Conversations in hospital corridors make a wonderful corrective to the pronouncements of specialists, and yield the sort of wisdom that bouys you up ... Life-affirming. (THE SCOTSMAN
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A brilliantly funny guide to the trials and tribulations of hospitals and convalescence - from No.1 bestselling author Maeve Binchy.