[PDF / Epub] ✍ The Mystery of Breathing ☁ Perri Klass – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk

The Mystery of Breathing Dr Maggie Clay Is A Leading Neonatologist At A Bustling Boston Hospital She Works With The Smallest And Sickest Patients Premature Babies So Ill That Other Doctors Might Give Up On Them Maggie Is Fiercely Devoted, Despite The Ethical Conundrums That Arise Daily On The Highest Tech Edge Of Medicine And In Spite Of Colleagues Who Feel She Often Risks Too Much Nearly Forty, Happily Married But Childless By Default, And Supremely Confident, Maggie Knows Her Exact Place In The World She S The Kind Of Woman Who Always Makes A Strong Impression, For Better Or For Worse Maggie S Orderly Life Begins To Unravel When She Gets An Anonymous Note Calling Her Ethics And Reputation Into Question At First She Is Able To Ignore The Increasingly Virulent Letters, But When Her Accuser Goes Public Posting Hate Filled Warning Posters Around The Hospital Implicating Her In A Child S Death Maggie Finds Herself Mired In A Personal And Professional Hell With Everything That She Has And Everything That She Is Thrown Into Doubt, Maggie Must Fight For Herself Even As She Fights To Keep Her Tiny Patients Breathing The Mystery Of Breathing Is Not Only An Absorbing Page Turner, But Also A Poignant Examination Of A Woman Struggling To Maintain Her Hard Fought Identity Maggie S Metamorphosis From Fearful To Indignant To Self Doubting Is Complex And Viscerally Powerful As Gossip And Innuendo Overwhelm Her Workplace, Maggie S Paranoia Grows, And All The While Lives Hang In The Balance

  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Mystery of Breathing
  • Perri Klass
  • English
  • 12 June 2018
  • 0618109617

About the Author: Perri Klass

Perri Klass is a pediatrician who writes fiction and non fiction She writes about children and families, about medicine, about food and travel, and about knitting Her newest book is a novel, The Mercy Rule, and the book before that was a work of non fiction, Treatment Kind and Fair Letters to a Young Doctor, written in the form of letters to her older son as he starts medical school.She lives in New York City, where she is Professor of Journalism and Pediatrics at New York University, and she has three children of her own She is also Medical Director of Reach Out and Read, a national literacy organization which works through doctors and nurses to promote parents reading aloud to young children.source www.perriklass.com