Star Healer (Sector General, #6)



Star Healer (Sector General, #6) Sector Twelve General Hospital had a staff of thousands divided among sixty or so intelligent species Every day it treated alien illnesses of baffling complexity Free Download Star Healer (Sector General, #6) [ Author ] James White [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 217 pages
  • Star Healer (Sector General, #6)
  • James White
  • English
  • 01 January 2017
  • 0345320891

10 thoughts on “Star Healer (Sector General, #6)

  1. Joy says:

    Senior Physician Conway is sent on sabatical, to consider whether he is mentally stable to accept a very challenging promotion The location of his sabatical is problematic what is the source of its inhabitants isolationism When Conway accidentally sets off a Gogleskan upheaval, he determines to trace the racial neurosis and heal it.Injured in the upheaval, Conway is raced back to Sector General Hospital, and while there he is sidetracked or returned to the problem of the Protector th...

  2. Valerie says:

    The rumor mill at Sector General is usually fast but not necessarily very accurate As this story begins, it s generating rumors very disquieting to Conway, who can t understand why he s being given minor short term chores, rather than his usual work on Rhabwar.In the course of one such chore, he encounters the shape changer Danalta, which insists that it is not a doctor , though, as Conway points out, its proposed behavior fits the job title.Conway can t even get useful information out of Pril The rumor mill at Sector General is usually fast but not necessarily very accurate As this story begins, it s generating rumors very disquieting to Conway, who can t understand why he s being given minor short term chores, rather than his usual work on Rhabwar.In the course of one such chore, he encounters the shape changer Danalta, which insists that it is not a doctor , though, as Conway points out, its proposed behavior fits the job title.Conway can t even get useful information out of Prilicla, which worries him even , since Prilicla gets evasive and sometimes lies outright only when it thinks telling th...

  3. Roddy Williams says:

    THE BIG TIMESector Twelve General Hospital had a staff of thousands divided among sixty or so intelligent species Every day it treated alien illnesses of baffling complexity.Of all the hospital s very capable staff, Senior Physician Conway, the human doctor in charge of the Ambulance Ship Rhabwar , was thought by many to be the most promising.So when he was replaced without notice by the birdlike alien Prilicla, Dr Conway was surprised, to say the least But that was nothing compared to h THE BIG TIMESector Twelve General Hospital had a staff of thousands divided ...

  4. Sean Randall says:

    Rarely have I seen such a discouraging clinical picture, and I shall certainly have my hands full, all eight of them, with this one , So says aCrepellian octopod Diagnostician.To me, the entirety of this book matched the pace, tension and drama of the first chapter of the first title, which is after all what hooked me in the first place And don t think you can pull your Senior Physician s rank on me to get up, she said sweetly as Conway opened his mouth to do just that In this instance y Rarely have I seen such a discouraging clinical picture, and I shall certainly have my hands full, all eight of them, with this one , So says aCrepellian octopod Diagnostician.To me, the entirety of this book matched the pace, tension and drama of the first chapter of the first title, which is after all what hooked me in the first place And don t think you can pull your Senior Physician s rank on me to get up, she said sweetly as Conway opened his mouth to do just that In this instance you are the patient and not the doctor, Doctor Bristling with humour, concern for the mental stability of our protagonist and the well being of his patients, this installment sees Conway at his very best, the hospital a well running machine all around him.Seems to me that this is a perfect end of series marker the characters are all wrapped up and left as neatly as if a season of a television drama was coming to a close My only slight seed of doubt is that there arebooks,...

  5. Emperador Spock says:

    The sixth installment in the series is a true testament to how much it had evolved over the years, as the book doesn t fail at being great the Diagnostician board meetings are excellent and amusing, and providedepth to an already likeable concept the author also presents a few other Diagnosticians as secondary characters, so it doesn t fe...

  6. John says:

    Another in White s Sector General series Holds together as a novel better than the first one, but not completely thrilling These are weird they don t feel that compelling, but it s hard not to keep reading Hmm I ll read another soon and hopefully decide whether or not to keep on with the series.If you pick up a...

  7. Sarah Sammis says:

    The book has it s moments especially the plot involving the sentient but paranoid extra terrestrial cacti species The problem lies in the series adherrance to a new method of classifying patients Instead of using the taxonomy system current...

  8. Rob says:

    This sixth book in the sector general series pulled together situations from three of the previous books and continued the advancement of conway Probably one of the most fun books of the series to date.

  9. Dmitry Belyavsky says:

    Enjoyed the entire series, but I think this volume was my favorite.Somehow it would seem the character development is a bit deeper hereit probably won t work as a standalone, but within the series this was great

  10. Howard says:

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