First chapter is outstanding and captivating. After the first chapter, the story starts to get boring and monotonous.
It was a good listen. Character development was good and it sounds like it was very honest.
okay, so now I want her job. I know,like she said, its just the highlights that she brought up, but all those accounts of patients and staff interactions sounds like it would blow the mundane days out of the water. well read, well thought out, really interesting accounts. Id like to thank the author for sharing!
Until you hear his life story in his own words you really don't understand the man. Listen to "speaking my mind" in combination with this to get a sense of the trajectory of his career. "American Life" is read by Reagan himself, and he has a voice that plays well on radio (which is how he got started).
Julie Holland, M.D., is an Attending Psychiatrist at Bellevue Hospital and is on the faculty of the NYU School of Medicine. A recognized expert on street drugs, Dr. Holland is the editor of Ecstasy: The Complete Guide, and has discussed the risks and benefits of MDMA in The Lancet, Harper's, and the Washington Post and has provided expert perspective on the drug for numerous television programs, including the MTV series True Life.