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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. I'm simply loving this one. Unable to put down the book.
Once you are in to it, you are hooked and the impact is great! It's always been one of my Dad's highly recommended books to me and for some strange reason i had only kept postponing and now, i only wish i had not. I have honestly never thought about hospital administration and politics that might be involved.
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Jan 05, Maria Velb rated it really liked it. His books don't make you think, they make you feel. After reading you have pocketful of emotions and new knowledge.
The Final Diagnosis is the best way to chill out after a hard day or to escape to the world full of other people's troubles and worries from your own. This book shows some aspects of a chief-job, those aspects that sometimes hidden in a bunch of money and power.
Being a doctor myself who works with the laboratories in the hospitals there was not one thing I could not relate to with the issues that happen in the story.
A point for Dr. Pearson's advice to Dr.
Coleman in the end, very practical stuff. However it is very medically written therefore not everyone may get the flow. View 2 comments. Jun 01, Akshay S Dinesh rated it it was amazing Shelves: The duration of the story is short, but the author has gone out to give life history of all the main characters.
As a medical student there were so many things I could relate to, and I'm sure when I become a doctor the number will only increase. I had tears in my eyes, twice.
Above all, this book is a great lesson in understanding people and their actions. With the amount of hype with which I started reading this book I thought I would never keep down this book. But instead, I found it hard to take the book again and turn the pages to the page I read last and then continue reading.
So I asked the people who instilled this false hype in me whether they read this particular book.
And then I came to know the bizarre truth. They haven't read this particular book but they have read another one of the same author. The books starts at a snail's pace. I th With the amount of hype with which I started reading this book I thought I would never keep down this book.
I thought it couldn't get any worse. I was proved right. But the book didn't pick up pace once there was a clear view on where this story is heading. It might have shifted from first to the second gear and huffed and puffed till the end. There are a lot of medical terms that a layman isn't aware of.
But to a large extent Mr Hailey took the pain to explain most of it. So you wouldn't feel completely at sea. Because of all these unknown medical terms I felt like I was reading the book version of the popular series Dr.
House but with less humor, less sarcasm and less lot of other good qualities. I don't know what else I should include here because this plot has a potential to strike gold but the author spurned the chance. Goodreads should seriously consider providing users with the option to give half a star. This deserved a 3. Apr 09, Anupama rated it really liked it. How lives can be made, or shattered, by a single decision!
How much can depend on a single test! How dramatic the consequences of one diagnosis can be! A story through the lens of a pathology lab, this had me riveted.
We don't quite value pathologists enough, always reserving our praise for the kind physicians and fancy surgeons. This should change. A great read! Gripping Novel Fast paced story with extremely interesting characters woven into realistic episodes. Descriptions are so vivid one can actually visualise things happening in front of your eyes. Author must have done a lot of research. Highly enjoyable book with a feel good factor. Feb 23, alper rated it really liked it. I was depressed by the end of story for some characters.: Mar 21, Anastassia Dyubkova rated it liked it.
This was an extremely easy book to read, and yes medical facts in here are outdated, but the theme and human relationships are universal. This is not a type of book that thesis and essays will be based but still it will somehow always find a way to a reader.
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It's a pretty lighthearted book despite it deals with sickness and deaths, at least for me it was. And although I'm not really completely head over heels mad for the book I think it's really good and it gave me a couple of enjoyable hours of This was an extremely easy book to read, and yes medical facts in here are outdated, but the theme and human relationships are universal.
That, however, could lead to loss of a substantial donation to the hospital, from a rich benefactor, who is a friend of Pearson's. Just as the surgeon-administrator Kent O'Donnell weighs the pros and cons of his decisions, Hailey balances O'Donnell's professional life with his love life.
Tragedy surfaces in the book, as it does in real life in hospitals, when doctors make errors, or when terrifying diseases strike young, likeable people. The story is readable nearly 50 years after it was first published. Undoubtedly, some of the scenes are melodramatic, at least from a physician's viewpoint. However, the issues that Hailey deals with are as relevant now as in Equally striking—and a reflection of the meticulous research that the author was famous for—is the fact that there are no bloomers in Hailey's descriptions of various medical procedures.
After undergoing quadruple heart bypass surgery, however, he felt rejuvenated, and returned to work. Moore Library of the College of The Bahamas. First, he would dedicate a year to research, then six months reviewing his notes, and finally 18 months writing.
Hailey himself had few literary pretensions; he said, "I'm a storyteller and anything else is incidental.
It will sell in millions and be translated into 34 languages. Possibly it is more readable in Icelandic or Urdu.
Two of the greatest schlockmeisters in the history of solid waste have just published novels about the auto industry. Hailey is nothing if not a competent craftsman.As a medical student there were so many things I could relate to, and I'm sure when I become a doctor the number will only increase.
The battle between the administrators and department heads. To view it, click here. I th With the amount of hype with which I started reading this book I thought I would never keep down this book. After undergoing quadruple heart bypass surgery, however, he felt rejuvenated, and returned to work.
Once you are in to it, you are hooked and the impact is great! Support Center Support Center. In , Hailey told John Marquis, editor of the Bahamas' principal daily newspaper The Tribune , that he was lucky in having supportive parents who encouraged him to believe in himself.