More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea

Tom Reynolds

More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea

The sequel to the bestselling memoir Blood, Sweat & Tea. Tom Reynolds is an ambulance worker. On any given day he can be attacked by strangers, sworn at by motorists, puked on, covered in blood and other much more unpleasant substances. He could help to deliver a baby in the morning and witness the last moments of a dying man in the afternoon. He deals with road accidents, knife attacks, domestic violence, drug overdoses, neglect and suffering. And you think you're having a bad day at work? 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea

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Classification Non-fiction
Genre Health & Medical
Format Paperback
Pages 352
RRP £12.99
Date of Publication May 2009
ISBN 978-1906321406
Publisher The Friday Project
 

The sequel to the bestselling memoir Blood, Sweat & Tea. Tom Reynolds is an ambulance worker. On any given day he can be attacked by strangers, sworn at by motorists, puked on, covered in blood and other much more unpleasant substances. He could help to deliver a baby in the morning and witness the last moments of a dying man in the afternoon. He deals with road accidents, knife attacks, domestic violence, drug overdoses, neglect and suffering. And you think you're having a bad day at work?

Read an extract from the book on the Independent's website

Reviews

The Independent on Sunday

Brandon Robshaw

While you may not agree with all his judgements, a strong sense of character comes through – and there's no arguing with his commitment to his job, nor that it is essential. The style is chatty rather than literary and the punctuation not all it could be, but this is a memoir with a distinctive voice about the sides of life most of us are fortunate enough to know very little about. It would make a wonderful radio series.

26/07/2009

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