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Call Me Sister

☆ Call Me Sister ✓ Jane Yeadon - Call Me Sister, Call Me Sister Who d have thought a missing bacon rasher and a teaspoon would play a part in advancing someone s career It s the late s and Jane Yeadon has always wanted to be a district nurse Staff nursing in a w
  • Title: Call Me Sister
  • Author: Jane Yeadon
  • ISBN: 9781845026394
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback

☆ Call Me Sister ✓ Jane Yeadon, ☆ Call Me Sister ✓ Jane Yeadon - Call Me Sister, Call Me Sister Who d have thought a missing bacon rasher and a teaspoon would play a part in advancing someone s career It s the late s and Jane Yeadon has always wanted to be a district nurse Staff nursing in a w
  • ☆ Call Me Sister ✓ Jane Yeadon
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Call Me Sister

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  1. Jane Yeadon says:
    Jane Yeadon Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Call Me Sister book, this is one of the most wanted Jane Yeadon author readers around the world.

Comment 257 on “Call Me Sister

  1. Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all) says:
    Unfortunately not as good as the first two books It was OK for the first half or so, but there was a definite change about the time she stops being a student and becomes a professional on her own the stories became scrappy, with a rushed and unfinished feel The writing seemed made up as well The author acknowledges that she really hasn t talked about the swinging sixties at all, except for the obligatory Beatles Rolling Stones references that are definitely patched in What was the point of the [...]

  2. Louise Armstrong says:
    Reminded me of Lucilla Andrews definitely a type Not sure if it s a good thing they no longer exist or not I m sure life is better now Medical science has advanced, so why is there this lingering feeling that nursing care used to be better

  3. Janine Cobain says:
    If this was a TV series it would be in the 8pm Sunday slot for people who are winding down after the weekend and want easing gently in to Monday Call Me Sister is made from the memories of the author Jane Yeadon s while on her training to become a district nurse and the tales were entertaining in parts Some of the characters on Jane s rounds were immediately likeable and you could empathise with them but I most of the stories were recalled almost without emotion I felt the writer was detached fr [...]

  4. Ella Rose Brunton says:
    I enjoyed this story as it was a nice light read, however I found it rather lacking There was no plot, it was simply about the beginnings of a career as a district nurse in the sixties We meet some interesting characters, but we re thrown around quite a bit from one patient to another, so character development has a lot of potential but doesn t reach it I did enjoy reading her stories about the patients, however I think the biggest turn off was the ending It s like it has just decided to finish [...]

  5. Carol says:
    Interesting episodesHaving recently returned from a trip to Scotland, I found this series of fascinating stories quite fun to read My brief brush with the Scottish people and culture left me at the time, anxious to delve into the psyche of these Edinburgh and highlands residents.


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