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Condition Critical
Condition Critical
Author: Echo Heron
ISBN-13: 9780804113359
ISBN-10: 0804113351
Publication Date: 5/31/1995
Pages: 432
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
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WMRod avatar reviewed Condition Critical on + 171 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Well-written, fast-paced, terrific book. Tons of great nurse stories, telling what it's really like working in the medical field and in a big hospital. It's a great book for anyone who has loved-ones who are nurses, or are thinking of becoming a nurse themselves. I've always said there are three professions that will never be paid enough even if they received a million a year: teachers, police, and nurses. Read this book and you'll understand why, and agree completely. Read all of Echo's books. They're all just as good!
reviewed Condition Critical on + 27 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Excellent read; you definitely feel for Echo and her co-workers. The ending is not what you would have imagined....
PBSmaven avatar reviewed Condition Critical on + 107 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Great book, riveting. I became addicted to her books after reading this one.
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I fondly look back to the time when I was a fresh, optimistic new-grad RN. I wanted to be consumed with all-things "nurse" or "medical" related. This series by Echo Heron really fed my appetite. In times where shows like "ER" and "House" are particularly popular, this series would be a good non-electronic substitute. (Also fun for those long night-shifts that new grads are often stuck with!)
cedarwoman avatar reviewed Condition Critical on + 89 more book reviews
This book was gave to me and I have not read it, and figured someone else would love to have it.