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Blood, Sweat and Tea by Tom Reynolds
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Jan 29, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: books-i-own, read-in-2011, non-fiction, adult-fiction, awful-cover, memoirs-biographies-etc
Read from March 13 to 14, 2011

An interesting insight into the life of a paramedic. I enjoyed this book - it was easy to read, written casually and had some humour alongside all of the tragedies. Though it did feel rather repetitive at times, that's just what life in the LAS is like. Though Reynolds is quite opinionated, I thankfully didn't find this annoying and he is quite likeable. I am unsure how I feel about the format of the book as it was left much like it was written in his blog - there wasn't anything wrong with this but it felt different to reading online, especially with the mentions of his followers and the comments he received. I liked finding out more about the paramedic service and Reynold's opinions on the NHS were also very open and frank. I look forward to reading the next book.
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