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on 26 July 2014
This is the third book in the series (following 'Trust Me, I'm a Junior Doctor' and 'Where Does It Hurt?') and it certainly lives up to their standard. It has the same tone we have come to expect from Max Pemberton, interspersing laugh out loud comedy with more sombre insights. In contrast to the last book, this one is mostly set back in an NHS hospital rather than the community, making it feel more like the first book.
Initially I read the series as an aspiring medical student, and now I have re-read them as I am going into my final year. I am happy to say they have lost none of their charm and are equally relatable from both sides of the hospital bed! I have read each one in a single sitting and cannot recommend these highly enough!