Just One More Question
A collection of anecdotes from a neurologist.
A good read which (understandably) makes you think about health and illness, life and death. It’s not all gloomy though, and it reads like an honest account of the author’s experiences and views and he comes across as a considerate and very likeable character, and I’m sure he is a great physician. The stories don’t necessarily form a whole and they read more like independent short essays about a theme - an illness, a psychological phenomenon, an attitude.