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Blood, Sweat And Tea Is there anyone who hasn t wondered about the state of the occupant of an ambulance, screaming along with its sirens on and blue lights flashing Have you And have you wondered about the other people inside the ambulance, maybe fighting to save the patient s life Or have you considered that the ambulance may be another maternataxi ordered by a woman who can t be bothered to book a real cab and who then complains she can t smoke on the way to hospital And that the medical technician inside might just be desperate to get back home from a busy shift, to have a cup of tea and catch up with his blog Meet Tom Reynolds Tom is an Emergency Medical Technician who works for the London Ambulance Service in East London He has kept a blog of his daily working life since 2003 and his award winning writing is, by turn, moving, cynical, funny, heart rending and compassionate It is never less than compelling From the tragic to the hilarious, from the heartwarming to the terrifying, the stories Tom tells give a fascinating and at times alarming picture of life in inner city Britain, and the people who are paid to mop up after it. Read Blood, Sweat And Tea – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. I expected a bitthan very short, very repetitive and frankly very depressing blog posts dressed up for publication asA beautifully written insight into the stresses, strains and successes of working for the London Ambulance service Don t believe the blurb The writer seems to hate everyone and everything religion, fat people, drunks, suicides, the elderly, the young, the illiterate, the incontinent, the dead, alcoholics, drug addicts, non English speakers, drivers who don t get out I expected a bitthan very short, very repetitive and frankly ver...

  2. Blood, Sweat, and Tea Real Life Adventures in an Inner City Ambulance ReviewBook Rating 5 stars out of 5.Blog Posts 5 stars out of 5 I really enjoyed this book because I really learned how it is to work on an ambulance in London There are so many things that EMS people need to do that it s crazy I was also happy that I was able to understand a lot of the medical terms I ve alwa...

  3. Disappointing Reading this book reminds me why I stopped reading his blog NHS employees LAS included are not paid to be judgemental, but Mr Kellett apparently missed that directive It s one thing to hold such negative views about, for example, somebody with alcoholi...

  4. interesting, funny blog book detailing the working of a London Ambulance worker as he blogs about his work and cases some of the cases you just have to laugh out loud at how stupid people can be.

  5. I will start by pointing out something that wasn t clear when I got this book it s a series of blog posts collated together into a book rather than the normal book I was expecting I will admit that this does give a good insight into the life of a paramedic but I spent a good proportion of the book wanting to give the author a serious shaking He comes across as incredibly arrogant and unprofessional, making comments about the patients he sees which would be inappropriate within a con...

  6. Great book, better than expected I found out there is a second book which I plan on acquiring This book was a whole range of emotions like riding a roller coaster or perhaps just like taking a ride in the back of an ambulance while going over several speed bumps It was at times touching and heartfelt, other times maddening, you can t help but get into it and ther...

  7. This was an interesting book about someone who is an EMT in the United Kingdom Prior to this, I had no clue the author had a blog and the book was basically his blog in published form Due to this, the stories were for the most part very short, some not even taking up an entire page, which occasionally left you wantinginformation about the incident Other than that it was a very interesting book, especi...

  8. Tom Reynolds is a pseudonym for a current employee of the London Ambulance Service This is the published version of his blog which details some of theinteresting or unusual aspects of his job Reading this you despair at the levels of insanity running through British society ...

  9. Written on mobile, apologies for any mistakes I read Blood, Sweat and Tea back in 2012, two years after the second book in the series came out I recently came across it again on the Kindle Store, and unfortunately it s no longer free, but I remembered everything I loved about this book Blood, Sweat and Tea is a book from paramedic Tom Reynolds, going into detail about some of the patients he has seen over the years as an ambulance paramedic He covers the pains paramedics have to go through Written on mobile, apologies for any mistakes I read Blood, Sweat and Tea back in 2012, two years after the second book in the series came out I recently came across it again on the Kindle Store, and unfortunately it s no longer free, but I remembered everything I loved about this book Blood, Sweat and Tea is a book from paramedic Tom Reynolds, going into detail about some of the patients he has seen over the years as an ambulance paramedic He covers the pains paramedics have to go through like people getting annoyed at an ambulance loading a patient inside because they can t get by and some of the funniest patients he s ever had I still remember my favourite patient view spoiler Reynolds had a female patient, with four kids, who hadn t had a period for nine months, and was having seriously bad stomach pains and didn t know she was pregnant hide spoiler Some of the patients that Reynolds has s...

  10. I ve been wanting to read this book for years It was the basis for one of my favourite TV shows of all time Channel 4 s Sirens , and also one of my guilty pleasures the bawdy US version and I d been meaning to pick the book up ever since I got addicted to the adaptations I never quite got around to it, though What can I say I m stingy.You can imagine, then, that when I was trawlingfor free e books to make up the figures on my 2015 Reading Challenge and saw that this particular boo I ve been wanting to read this book for years It was the basis for one of my favourite TV shows of all time Channel 4 s Sirens , and also one of my guilty pleasures the bawdy US version and I d been meaning to pick the book up ever since I got addicted to the adaptations I never quite got around to it, though What can I say I m stingy.You can imagine, then, that when I was trawlingfor free e books to make up the figures on my 2015 Reading ...