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Blood, Sweat and Tea by Tom Reynolds
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Aug 30, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: biografico
Read from August 29 to 30, 2012

This is Mr Reynolds blog edited into a book. I'm not sure about it, I felt like it was a little repetive at the end. If one reads few entries a week could probably enjoy some repetion, but when I reached 75% of the ebook I was really fed up with drunken people engaging ambulances.

Mr Reynolds drives ambulances through London to save lives. Sometimes he manages, sometimes he doesn't. A good part of the book involves human stupidity (kids placing prank calls to the ambulance service, drunk people, apprehensive or abusive parents, more drunk people). Tales from the multiethnic area he's working/living in are a funny little intermissions.

It's a good book to learn about this side of UK NHS

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