Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Book Review #267 - Grey's Anatomy by Chris van Dusen and Stacy McKee

Grey's Anatomy

A sexy, high-concept, behind-the-scenes peek at the lives and loves of Seattle Grace's most popular doctors . . .On ABC's mega-hit Grey's Anatomy, when surgical interns Meredith, Cristina, Izzie, George, and Alex (not to mention neurosurgeon Derek, aka Dr. McDreamy) arent putting in long hours at Seattle Grace Hospital, theyre flirting, gossiping, and drowning their sorrows at the Emerald City Bar. In one location, Nurse Debbie sees it all; in the other, Joe the bartender hears it all . . .


Grey's Anatomy is styled as two books in one -- read from one side to get Debbie's hospital scuttlebutt, and from the other for Joe's alcohol-fueled tidbits. Notes from the Nurse's Station and Overheard at the Emerald City Bar are packed with new information on pivotal events. This is the book the show's millions of fans cant wait to read.
My Rating: 3/5
Given that I just rewatched Grey's Anatomy seasons one and two over the last couple of days, I finally decided to read this book.
This book is split into two different stories. They only differ slightly in plot, but told from two different points of view.
This would be a good book to read if you haven't watched seasons one and two for a while as it goes over all the memorable patients and key plot twists over those two seasons.
I wouldn't recommend this book to people unless they are familiar with the show.
There are a few other Grey's Anatomy books out there which at this stage I am not really interested in reading.

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