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Life in the Barracks

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E game of life where guile is part of reality and pitfalls abound How can he navigate through the unfamiliar intricacies of military life while maintaining a sense of his integrity With the help of friendship love and spirituality can he stand up to his superior a selfish misanthrope who ignores his duties a. My daughter's former pediatric nephrologist at East Tennessee Children's Hospital Dr Laszlo Hopp is the author of this book A departure from many of the books I read this telling of a young doctor and his experience in a military camp in Hungary is intriguing and captivating Dr Hopp's writing style is vivid allowing the reader to see and feel the experiences landscape and emotions utilized in the story Dr Hopp is retired now He was an excellent doctor as well as author Kleist, Moos, Fasane unfamiliar intricacies of military life while maintaining a sense of his integrity With the help of friendship love and spirituality can he stand Popular up to his superior a selfish misanthrope who ignores his duties a. My daughter's former pediatric nephrologist at East Tennessee Children's Hospital Dr Laszlo Hopp is the author of this book A departure from many of the books I read this telling of a young doctor and his experience in a military camp in Hungary is intriguing and captivating Dr Hopp's writing style is vivid allowing the reader to see and feel the experiences landscape and emotions Elektrotechnik utilized in the story Dr Hopp is retired now He was an excellent doctor as well as author

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S a camp physician in favor of his lucrative private practice Can he gain the heart of the girl he falls in love with Will he leave this remote place enriched or scarred Tibor reaches back to his roots from his childhood and learns how keeping an open heart and open mind can humanize an initially alien world. I was fortunate to win this book from Goodreads This is a gentle story of the experience of a doctor in a remote military barrack in Hungary during the late 1970s I didn't feel it ever rose to any great heights and I felt the book could have benefited from a good edit however the interesting story and characters made up for these shortfalls It tells of the young doctors relationships with his peers and superiors some of whom conflict with his own moral and ethical values his romance with a village girl his frustration with living in the remote location and his visit to his recently widowed father The book is by a new author who draws on his Hungarian heritage to write the book It had a village life warmth about it and I think with a good edit the book would succeed as a nice holiday read Kleist, Moos, Fasane up for these shortfalls It tells of the young doctors relationships with his peers and superiors some of whom conflict with his own moral and ethical values his romance with a village girl his frustration with living in the remote location and his visit to his recently widowed father The book is by a new author who draws on his Hungarian heritage to write the book It had a village life warmth about it and I think with a good edit the book would succeed as a nice holiday read

Laszlo Hopp Ù 6 Summary

A young man's struggle in a strange and unfriendly world In the snowbound winter of 1978 Tibor a young Hungarian physician finds himself in the curious world of a remote military camp during his mandatory service After years behind the protective walls of medical school he is forced to learn new rules for th. Life in the Barracks begins and ends with a train ride The three hundred pages in between are full of scintillating dialogue descriptions of Hungarian culture comical encounters beautiful relationships articulate life lessons and a very frustrating applied misanthropist lieutenant I truly enjoyed reading this well written coming of age story Elektrotechnik unfriendly world In the snowbound winter of 1978 Tibor a young Hungarian physician finds himself in the curious world of a remote military camp during his mandatory service After years behind the protective walls of medical school he is forced to learn new rules for th. Life in the Barracks begins and ends with a train ride The three hundred pages in between are full of scintillating dialogue descriptions of Hungarian culture comical encounters beautiful relationships articulate life lessons and a very frustrating applied misanthropist lieutenant I truly enjoyed reading this well written coming of age story


4 thoughts on “Life in the Barracks

  1. says:

    Life in the Barracks begins and ends with a train ride The three hundred pages in between are full of scintillating dialogue descriptions of Hungarian culture comical encounters beautiful relationships articulate life lessons and a very frustrating applied misanthropist lieutenant I truly enjoyed reading this well written coming of age story


  2. says:

    My daughter's former pediatric nephrologist at East Tennessee Children's Hospital Dr Laszlo Hopp is the author of this book A departure from many of the books I read this telling of a young doctor and his experience in a military camp in Hungary is intriguing and captivating Dr Hopp's writing style is vivid allowing the reader to see and feel the experiences landscape and emotions utilized in the story Dr Hopp is retired now He was an excellent doctor as well as author


  3. says:

    I was fortunate to win this book from Goodreads This is a gentle story of the experience of a doctor in a remote military barrack in Hungary during the late 1970s I didn't feel it ever rose to any great heights and I felt the book could have benefited from a good edit however the interesting story and characters made up for these shortfalls It tells of the young doctors relationships with his peers and superiors some of whom conflict with his own moral and ethical values his romance with a village girl his frustration with living in the remote location and his visit to his recently widowed father The book is by a new author who draws on his Hungarian heritage to write the book It had a village life warmth about it and I think with a good edit the book would succeed as a nice holiday read


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    kindle memoir