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Nobble Hospital of the Aegean

I have very much enjoyed Nobble Hospital of the Aegean by Paul Judges. The novel is set on a tiny Greek island away from the tourist hordes.

The leading character must come to terms with a sudden event that will change his life forever.

There is plenty of humour in the story, and also thoughts about deeper things - life, death, love, and our interaction with the forces of nature.

Whether you are a Grecophile or not, the descriptions of life in Greece are beautifully done.

A stimulating and worthwhile read.

Submitted by Jenny Le, posted on Friday January 27, @05:09AM

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