This was a great account of one man’s journey with the NHS. Unfortunately, some of the previous reviewers led me to believe this would be funnier than it was. I was expecting more along the lines of Samuel Shem’s “House Of God” antics. (I do realize the previous book was fiction). Having said that, I empathized with the bone weary exhaustion, the inane and archaic rules and regulations and the complete lack of understanding from anyone outside the system. It’s a shame we’ll lose more great doctors from burnout before the system changes. Thank you, Adam, for giving us an honest look inside.