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This review is from: Who is it that can tell me who I am? (Paperback)
After seeing a recent Guardian review of this book, I found myself reading it immediately from cover to cover. You would be forgiven for thinking that you were immersed in a rich work of fiction, as the author paints the factual events of her life, and those of some of her patients, in such beautifully descriptive terms. Respectful of patients and the profession, informative, human, and wonderfully thought provoking.