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A book review of Pace’s Post: Ramblings of Wisdom From a Middle-Aged Doc by Victor M. Pace, MD

A book review of Pace's Post: Ramblings of Wisdom From a Middle-Aged Doc by Victor M. Pace, MD

Stars: ***

Gatekeeper Press (2021)
294 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: As a family medicine physician, with 29 years of medical experiences, and 55 years of life experiences, this book is a compilation of values, ideas, and journeys. The purpose being to help enrich and balance out one’s mind, body, and soul.

The words written are intended for all adolescent and adult age groups crossing all spectrums. You love traveling, hobbies, activities, family time, philosophical ideals? It’s all here wrapped up in one book.

Pace’s Post

If a Jack of All Trades was a book, it would be this book. Pace’s Post is like sitting with Dr. Pace for a few days and listening to him talk about all types of subjects from travel to pets, racism, China, medicine, sports, hobbies and so much more. There are 52 topics in less than 300 pages.

Since there is such a wide variety of topics, I obviously found some of them more interesting than others. I personally could do without the travel and sports topics but I enjoyed everything else. The book reminds me of those bathroom readers. Those book cover all kinds of topics in short reads to be read on the toilet. This would make a good bathroom reader too. I would also recommend it as a gift for a person you know who reads but you aren’t sure what they are interested in.

Reading this book made me wonder what MY family doctor would have to say if I sat with him for a chat or read a book he wrote. What lessons has he learned in his many years as a family doctor.

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