Doctors and Friends
Doctors and Friends is the second book I have read by Kimmery Martin and it did not disappoint. This book had me engaged from cover to cover. Readers follow a group of female doctors who became friends in medical school and reunite after a horrible artiovirus pandemic threatens the nation. The author says that she wrote this book even before the Covid-19 pandemic hit which I found to be a bit freaky. During the book, the main character Kira, a virologist, finds herself in the predicament of a lifetime. It brings to discussion an ethical question that doctors must sometimes face – if I can only save one person, whom do I save and how do I make that decision?
The comradery between the women is both realistic and heartfelt. The book also deals with the topics of infertility and the death of loved ones. For fans of medical suspense, this is the next book you’ll want to grab off the shelf. Martin’s characters, plot, and a realistic sense of urgency in the medical world will have you on the edge of your seat.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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