Monday, December 1, 2014

Night Clinic by David Gelber

This Night Clinic is in the bad part of town.  Dr. Barnes helps people who can't make to the larger clinics or who can't pay for services.  He makes some good (if odd) friends and has a clientele you won't see at the average doctor's office.  Working the night shift almost always guarantees that but these folks are even more "different".  Like out of this world different.

Goddess Fish Blog Tours and the author allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  You can grab a copy of this book now.

This is an interesting mix of stories.  I enjoy short stories and the idea of a Night Clinic with strange customers sounded like fun.  It's a mix of nonsense and fact.  There's a lot of fantasy but the medical problems are real enough.  I learned some new medical terms, found out about some diseases I didn't want to, and was intrigued by the characters he brought into play.

You have vampires, werewolves, a voodoo queen, a super hero doctor who can heal the dead, a dragon, Medusa and more.  Dr. Barnes takes each case in stride, falls in love with his nurse, and just barely manages to surprise.

Some stories brought a smile to my face and some made me a bit sad, but they all held my attention.  If you're looking for an unusual read, this one fits that bill.  Why not give it a try and see what you think?

David will be awarding a $50 Amazon/B&N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $25 Amazon/B&N GC to a randomly drawn host.  Enter HERE.

Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found HERE  

Good luck and happy reading!


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting

David Gelber MD said...

Thank you for your kind words and for taking the time to read "Night Clinic."

Anonymous said...

Good luck with the release!

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Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a great read.

David Gelber MD said...

Thank you.

David Gelber MD said...

the stories are unique. I could not find any other book which combines medicine with such a cast of bizarre characters.

bn100 said...

sounds interesting

Karen H said...

Sounds like an interesting mix of stories.