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Very interesting

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Reviewed: 02-08-19

Packed with information. A book that can be listened many times. Addressed to general public but also a borderline medical textbook. I am looking forwards to more books by the author.

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Excellent book

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Reviewed: 07-06-19

Great story of a doctor told in humorous way but also often touching on more serious subjects. I’m a senior radiologist and assure you that the story reflects my experiences with medical school and residency. This book is addressed to general audience so the medical language is easy to follow. Great book. Highly recommend.

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Very well written and excellent reading.

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Reviewed: 21-10-17

Another excellent reading performance by Jon Lindstrom. Very interesting book that suits perfectly his reading style. Highly recommended.

Great book - highly recommended!

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Reviewed: 22-08-17

I have just finished listening to all three Flight series books and three Assassin series leaving this historical fiction for the last one. To my great surprise this book is at the top Ward level of writing. It has a plot and action with lots of interesting details as the author excels in.
Just read in the news that USS Indianapolis wreck has been discovered at the depth of 5500m. Today the newest Assassin series book is coming to Audible. I'm really happy.

Assassin & flight inspector - finally!

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Reviewed: 15-08-17

I'm very fond of the Flight series but so far not very much so far of the Assassin ones. However in this book author brings Jammer to the plot! This makes it much more exciting. Ward Larsen is an expert in aviation technical details and very good at plotting action stories. This one is up to the Flight series top level. Oh! and did I mention that this book is excellent!

Excellent book in the series.

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Reviewed: 28-07-17

Like the other books in the series this one has very interesting plot and is backed up by solid technical knowledge of the author. One of the more interesting books I have a listened this year. Lector as usual does the great job especially with a Spanish accent.

Solid fiction

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Reviewed: 19-07-17

Although this book is a fiction the story is backed up by professional background of the author and therefore very exciting and interesting due to many aviation related details. I enjoyed it a lot.

Factual and Monotonous but interesting

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Reviewed: 01-07-17

This book describes nuclear accidents in a factual and monotonous Wikipedia-like manner. However the most serious accident in Chernobyl is presented at about 2:20 hours before end of this 16 hours audiobook! This is not proportional to the seriousness of Chernobyl and Fukushima (1:45 before end) accidents.

At the time of writing this review Audible iOS chapters are just numbered and do not correspond with real chapters. Therefore finding specific accidents is impossible.

Despite the above I found this audiobook brook interesting.

Excellent and brutally honest!

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Reviewed: 19-06-17

I'm a neuroradiologist with background in neurosurgery. I enjoyed this book very much. It's an excellent listen for both medical and non-medical audience. Highly recommended!

Excellent blend of cold medical reality and hot humor!

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Reviewed: 18-03-17

Very interesting excellently written book that is understandable by both medical and non-medical audience. Great humor. Harsh medical reality. Great performance of the narrator. One of the best audiobooks I've listened to. Highly recommend. Reminds me of my residency times.