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told in the first person this isn't about a woman wanting andhaving an abortion or pro-life groups but about the surgeon who does the operation.
the book starts with an operation and then onto a four week tribunal which at the end gives their verdict on whether the surgeon keeps or looses the license to continue in the profession.
it tells about nancy's childhood, the reason why she wanted to become a doctor and later an obstetrician.
it does give you the option of ending the story with the verdict or carrying on. I carried on. it describes abortions and the true meaning of the title "dirty work".
Unsatisfactory character development, unsatisfactory length (only four chapters), unsatisfactory narrator (her voice for the sister sounded like a cartoon character), unsatisfactory topic development (the impact that the performance of abortions has on the physicians who offer the service), and a very unsatisfactory ending. I thought that I had either downloaded the book improperly or missed part two. I don't mind listening to uncomfortable topics when offered new insights or different perspectives, but this book offered neither. I rarely feel this way, but I regret the time that I spent on this book. It was not an enjoyable or an enlightening listen.
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