Book #41 of 2005 finished!

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Burn Unit: Saving Lives After the Flames by Barbara Ravage. This is a non-fiction book about working on the burn unit at Mass General hospital. Focuses on two cases brought into the unit, and the treatments given to each. Traces the history of burn treatment from the early days of medicine to today. Fascinating look at a scary topic.

Currently reading: The Spirit of the Liturgy by PBXVI (slowly, very slowly) and The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde.


I couldn't get past the first five minutes when they were flashing all those images of scissors and then eyes. I knew that wasn't going to go well. So I quit.

I liked The Eyre Affair but hated the sequels. I'll be curious to see what you think. Though I think you get the most out of it if you actually are fairly familiar with Jane Eyre ... some people I talked to haven't read it but still liked the Fforde book.



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