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First of all, The subject matter of this book was completely outside my normal reading choices or general area of personal interests. That being said, I found this account of the author's sporadic visits over a period of several years with one radiologist to be a fascinating glimpse into an amazing profession. The author's personal descriptions and reflections were such that I felt transported to that small dark room in the bowels of a large hospital, realizing that no matter the state of changing technology and medical advances, the human element is always so vital.
The narration was expressively done, although it did take a moment to adjust to a male voice reading a first person narrative of a woman.
I have read several of this author's books in other genres, and thoroughly enjoyed this one as well.
I was given access to this audio title by the author in return for an honest review.
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As a radiologic technologist this was a beautiful tribute to what goes on behind closed doors. What the public doesn't see or understand. Mainly primary doctors and specialists get the limelight. What individuals don't know is a technologist must take images of your body. A person who has knowledge of anatomy and positioning techniques. But the greatest lesson is the patient care, the love of humanity and getting the best image possible. As I journey toward becoming a radiologist it's nice to know that someone shined a light finding us in the dark. Jay struck a cord with me, I hope he is well.