I've followed the source blog, Siren Voices, for this book for some years now, so I was confident this would be a good read, and it was! I was so keen to read it, I had to buy a Kindle first so it's got to be the most expensive book I've ever purchased, and well worth it.
Keenly observed situations are condensed into accessible reading snippets; conveying in turn a range of emotions from both the author and and his patients. I have a mental image of Spencer itching to drop his patient off before he can scribble notes of the job such is the level of observation. Gives a great insight of the challenges and challenging individuals that the members of the ambulance service face, and made me realise that we should be ever more grateful for their continuing dedication.
I hope Spencer becomes filthy rich from his writing, but if that happens, we'd lose this unique and privileged insight. But I suspect anything he chooses to write in the future will just as excellent, so bring it on please!