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Just out of medical school with a $200,000 college tuition loan looming, Ronny Campbell did not have a clue what to do. All he knew was that he had to do something, and fast. He chose to try out emergency medicine first, get his bearings, and move on to whatever would fall into his lap later. ER work required no commitments beyond a month's schedule and it paid enough to k Just out of medical school with a $200,000 college tuition loan looming, Ronny Campbell did not have a clue what to do. All he knew was that he had to do something, and fast. He chose to try out emergency medicine first, get his bearings, and move on to whatever would fall into his lap later. ER work required no commitments beyond a month's schedule and it paid enough to keep him afloat in a bachelor pad while he drove long distances to work in hospitals in the southeast. The work was just as advertised, hours and hours of boredom, then the inevitable terrors and gut-wrenching calamities. Little did Ronny know he was also destined to be one of the calamities, brought on from simply doing his job. A nurse, herself in a situation spinning out of control, turned out to be Ronny's saving grace. A fast-paced insight into a strange life few are fortunate to witness. Fewer jobs are more bizarre than the one Ronny picked. Constant reflections on his dad's equally bizarre life as a nuclear bomber pilot kept him focused when he needed it most to survive.


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Just out of medical school with a $200,000 college tuition loan looming, Ronny Campbell did not have a clue what to do. All he knew was that he had to do something, and fast. He chose to try out emergency medicine first, get his bearings, and move on to whatever would fall into his lap later. ER work required no commitments beyond a month's schedule and it paid enough to k Just out of medical school with a $200,000 college tuition loan looming, Ronny Campbell did not have a clue what to do. All he knew was that he had to do something, and fast. He chose to try out emergency medicine first, get his bearings, and move on to whatever would fall into his lap later. ER work required no commitments beyond a month's schedule and it paid enough to keep him afloat in a bachelor pad while he drove long distances to work in hospitals in the southeast. The work was just as advertised, hours and hours of boredom, then the inevitable terrors and gut-wrenching calamities. Little did Ronny know he was also destined to be one of the calamities, brought on from simply doing his job. A nurse, herself in a situation spinning out of control, turned out to be Ronny's saving grace. A fast-paced insight into a strange life few are fortunate to witness. Fewer jobs are more bizarre than the one Ronny picked. Constant reflections on his dad's equally bizarre life as a nuclear bomber pilot kept him focused when he needed it most to survive.

17 review for Full Moon Saturday Night

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dan Verner

    John Ellis draws on his experiences as an emergency room doctor and Air Force flight surgeon who rode on nuclear-armed B-52's to animate what used to be called "a ripping good yarn." He deals with fields ranging from nuclear defense strategies to public health issues to economic conditions surrounding medical care today to real-life drama in emergency rooms. Ellis writes clearly and intelligently, and peoples his book with a cast of likeable protagonists, namely E.R. Doctor Ronny Campbell and his John Ellis draws on his experiences as an emergency room doctor and Air Force flight surgeon who rode on nuclear-armed B-52's to animate what used to be called "a ripping good yarn." He deals with fields ranging from nuclear defense strategies to public health issues to economic conditions surrounding medical care today to real-life drama in emergency rooms. Ellis writes clearly and intelligently, and peoples his book with a cast of likeable protagonists, namely E.R. Doctor Ronny Campbell and his love interest nurse Carol Simpson and equally despicable villains, including the faceless corporate bureaucrats of Southeast Emergency Services, who care more about making money than practicing good medicine, and Carol's husband, rogue cop Ethan Simpson. The book's settings vary from the cities of Georgia to mountain hamlets, and Dr. Ellis understands the people and social dynamics of all strata of society. This is a book to enjoy, to ponder over and to learn from. Bravo to John Ellis for a well-managed and engaging read!

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