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!!> PDF / Epub ☃ The Antidote For Everything  ✐ Author Kimmery Martin – Submitasite.info In This Whip Smart And Timely Novel From Acclaimed Author Kimmery Martin, Two Doctors Travel A Surprising Path When They Must Choose Between Treating Their Patients And Keeping Their Jobs Georgia Brown S Profession As A Urologist Requires Her To Interact With Plenty Of Naked Men, But Her Romantic Prospects Have Fizzled The Most Important Person In Her Life Is Her Friend Jonah Tsukada, A Funny, Empathetic Family Medicine Doctor Who Works At The Same Hospital In Charleston, South Carolina And Who Has Become As Close As Family To HerJust After Georgia Leaves The Country For A Medical Conference, Jonah Shares Startling News The Hospital Is Instructing Doctors To Stop Providing Medical Care For Transgender Patients Jonah, A Gay Man, Is The First To Be Fired When He Refuses To Abandon His Patients Stunned By The Predicament Of Her Closest Friend, Georgia S Natural Instinct Is To Fight Alongside Him But When Her Attempts To Address The Situation Result In Incalculable Harm, Both Georgia And Jonah Find Themselves Facing The Loss Of Much Than Their Careers This book captivated me from the first page I fell in love with Georgia, a fiery female urologist, and her best friend, Jonah, a compassionate family physician, as they fight for their patients access to medical care Filled with Martin s signature wit and voice, this story made me want to be a better human being, to stand with those who are marginalized and work to make this world a better place I adored the friendship between Georgia and Jonah and the gorgeously drawn setting of Charleston A character driven page turner with smart writing, an important message, and a whole lot of heart Highly, highly recommended Don t miss this one This is out February 18, 2020 from Berkley I received an advance copy from the author All my opinions are whole heartedly my own. BRAVA BRAVA BRAVA This is powerful, provocative, brave book questions one of the most important and sensitive subjects of our modern world and it handles it meticulously The objectivity of the thoughts balanced with the emotional progression of story telling It was one of the greatest works that I ve read so far with well rounded, impeccably developed characters Georgia, smart, sarcastic, unique, tough, brave doctor I really adored her personality and wished to befriend her Alas there are not much strong, crazily straightforward and original people in this world And of course you also want some best and loyal friend like Jonah in your life His story perfectly told, not with any over exaggeration or over imposing, so naturally and poignantly described and stole my heart And hello, hello look who s back I hope you read the Queen of Hearts because two of my fave characters made cameo in this bok Yes, that s right, I m talking about Emma and Zadie.And of course we took an amazing European tour including Germany and Netherlands which are pros of the story I have complex feelings about romance parts Maybe Georgia was so independent, direct and unique soul to form a bounding with a guy but I have to admit it s impossible not to resonate with Martin.This is story of equal rights, sexually, legally, humanly It is about friendship It s about change and adaption It s about freedom and respect It s about awakening It s about real nature of true friendship In our modern world we have some shameful, disgraceful facts show us 10 US states still discriminate in public employment only based on either sexual orientation or gender identity And when it comes to the loves about fully protection LGBTQ Americans aren t fully protected from discrimination in 30 states These numbers are disturbing, frustrating acts against the human rights So I m happy this fantastic author chose a very crucial and effectively important subject and presented us a modern, realistic approach Writing, characterization are good and capturing your attention from the beginning and you never get bored for a second, enjoying your reading.Special thanks to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing for sharing this amazing ARC COPY with me in exchange my honest review. With incredible voice and scalpel sharp wit, Martin deftly navigates the light, the dark and the in between of the human soul As Southern and queer and an early manuscript sensitivity reader I saw myself reflected in honest pages penned by a true ally This novel broke my heart in all the best ways. I was fortunate to be an early beta reader of The Antidote for Everything As a member of the queer community, I m often suspicious of cis het writers who take on queer themes or characters, but in this case, Martin did a solid job of reaching out to multiple sensitivity readers as well as engaging with several LGBTQIA groups as she wrote the book, and it shows We need ally stories as well as books by queer authors We need representation in books and we desperately need people to use their voices in support of the queer community This is a strong, well researched story about a highly relevant topic written with love and respect Now about the book you know, plot, character development, and all those things a GR review should address One of my favorite aspects of Martin s writing is the beautiful disaster protagonist, and she doesn t disappoint in The Antidote for Everything Georgia is smart, capable, and strong, but also messy and chaotic just the way I love my characters and real life friends The most important relationship in her life is Jonah her gay BFF It reminded me so much of my old friend Jessie and the trouble we got ourselves into while being each other s main emotional support Many of us create our families as adults, and I loved seeing this dynamic in the story In fact, you can tell that Martin deeply loves all the characters in the book, from the main characters to the dog to the patients I teared up than one time while reading this because I cared about the characters so much Martin s humor shines in this novel from the very first line, Most women did not begin their days by stabbing a man in the scrotum, but Georgia Brown was not most women With a Urologist as the main character, you get a lot of funny situations, and I loved her descriptions of male discomfort She also doesn t shy away from discussions of wealth inequality and how it affects health care outcomes I m a long time fan of medical dramas and the daughter of a physician , and The Antidote for Everything strikes the right note in her attention to detail without going overboard into TMI The tension is well wrought throughout the book and the plot twists kept me guessing The cover is straight up gorgeous, but that is to be expected from Martin and Berkley love this book and highly recommend it.

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