The Healers epub

by Gerald Green


The Healers epub

ISBN: 0861610164

ISBN13: 978-0861610167

Author: Gerald Green

Category: Literature and Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Imprint unknown; Book Club edition (1979)

Pages: 500 pages

ePUB book: 1602 kb

FB2 book: 1781 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 205

Other Formats: mobi lrf lit txt





Gerald Green (April 8, 1922 – August 29, 2006) was an American author, journalist, and television writer. Green was born in Brooklyn, New York as Gerald Greenberg. He was the son of a physician, Dr. Samuel Greenberg.

Gerald Green (April 8, 1922 – August 29, 2006) was an American author, journalist, and television writer.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A medical dynasty is catapulted into bitter conflict when ruthless ambition and the desire for personal gain overshadow dedication to human life.

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Британский художник Gerald Green отказался от карьеры архитектора, чтобы следовать своей страсти к живописи

Британский художник Gerald Green отказался от карьеры архитектора, чтобы следовать своей страсти к живописи. Он представлен рядом коммерческих галерей в Великобритании, и демонстрирует несколько обществ London Art, вместе с будучи финалистом в различных национальных соревнований поискусству.

You are looking on one5 3/4" by 8 1/2"473page hardcover with dust jacket copy of "THE HEALERS" printed in1979,by Gerald Green author of HOLOCAUST. This book is in good condition with a little bit of soiling of the jacket, all pages are clean and tight. Chapters include: part one 1950 it has been a quiet night in the emergency room except for the battle with the three-hundred-pound man. part 2, two hours later kevin left the long island railroad station and was walking again, and much, much more. A15 Powered by eCRATER.

The writer Gerald Green, who has died at 84, was best known for his g book . It is preposterously convincing, unlike The Healers (1979) or Karpov's Brain (1983).

The writer Gerald Green, who has died at 84, was best known for his g book Holocaust (1978), derived from his controversial television saga.

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Have you ever read a book that you don't like at all and you can't stop reading it?
Well, this book is a story of three brothers that are MD, the big one make anything he wants, everybody loves him and everything that he does is always perfect (that story is pathetic).
The second brother nobody likes him he is always fighting with everybody but he wants to make good to all the people no matter if they have or don't money (this is the story that really counts and the one that make me read the book)
Their sister, just skip all the pages she is included, it doesn't say anything.
At first of the story you will think that this book will be about medical cases and corrupt doctors, but after 100 pages you will see that the book is the story of these three brothers and what is written of medical problems is minimum, so if you decide to read this book don't expect a medical book, expect a novel of a story of one selfish doctor, one regular doctor and the other one (the sister) just don't read it.
The Healers, by Gerald Green, a 500 page tome published in 1979, has been in my personal library for many years. It's a story beginning in 1950 centered around brothers, one an ambitious cardiologist who achieves the position of chief resident at his hospital and who has a penchant for beautiful women and the extravagant life style.
The other brother is perceived as an angry "loser", but becomes the doctor who would come to fight against poverty, disease, and corruption. His battle brings him to the point of exposing his own brother's corrupt hospital administration.
The sister of this medical dynasty is a psychologist whose ambition drives her into the field of network TV news where she becomes romantically involved with a married network VP.
An entertaining read for those drawn to the medical world.