The Patient is one of the standout stories comes toward the end of the collection. True to the collection’s title, each piece exhibits a strong, clearly defined voice, delivered in a range of forms. The stories we tell ourselves are not formed in a vacuum, but they are also not set in stone; these writers illustrate that stories are meant to be interrogated, and truths are meant to be told.
Editorial View Of The Patient
My lawyer advised me to write everything down from the beginning, but it didn’t have a beginning, not like that. I’d been walking towards this for years. If I had to pick a time, I’d go back to the moment I parked my car in the almost-empty car park five months ago. I needn’t have done that. I could have gone straight home, I nearly did. Up to that point, the gods could have swerved me from my path, and I’d be at home with my husband now, instead of sitting in a brightly lit custody cell on my own.The lights in the health centre reception were still on, which was strange at eight in the evening. Carol must be working late, waiting for me to return the medical notes after my weekly visit to Sarum Nursing Home. I had several bundles, lifetimes of problems and investigations, letters and results squashed untidily into pale brown cardboard envelopes.
We kept those bundles for visits because they were portable and we were used to them. A link with the past when doctors had more time. Roger Morris, the senior partner, liked them. The writing itself was a clue for other doctors, he said, a scrawled exclamation mark spoke volumes.I almost didn’t return them. Nathan would be at home; he might have started supper. We’d agreed to make an effort, I’d promised to play my part, but the notes belonged in the practice and if I took them home I’d be breaking a rule. Back then I was still a good girl, as Nathan would say, or at least I went by the rules. It would take just a few minutes to dump them in the tray. I indicated right into the car park and drove through the gates. I’d leave straight afterwards, drive home through Salisbury’s quiet streets and then the quieter ones of the Cathedral Close and still be back in time for supper. We’d watch the ten o’clock news and one of us would take the dog for a last walk. Nathan would check the doors were locked and then we’d go to bed.
The Patient Summary
A beautiful novel with unique and majestic story. The beauty of this novel is that it contains numerous short stories that entertain the reader from beginning till the last word of the novel. All the characters of the novel are unique and refreshing.. It’s a unique novel in numerous ways, and yet, of course, its themes are universal. No doubt this novel is a truly original and well informed creation. Its tremendous story make this novel more interesting. n extremely powerful story. This theme, which has implications far beyond the obvious racial parallel, is skillfully handled. Got the chills so many times toward the end of this book. It completely blew my mind. It managed to surpass my high expectations and be nothing at all like I expected.
Details About The Patient
|Listening Length||11 hours and 50 minutes|
|Audible.com Release Date||May 06, 2022|
|Publisher||W. F. Howes Ltd|
|Best Sellers Rank||#8,156 in Audible Books & Originals|
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