Warrior Patient by Temple Williams is a true story about one man's struggle to survive a series of medical problems over the space of three years. It's funny, not sad, sometimes deadpan and often cheerful. The aim of this book is clear: educate the unsuspecting public on the follies of the the most advance medical system civilization has ever know. Today's medical miracles kill 100,000 people a year, and they injure nine million.The book is written in the second person. The overall effect is that you feel as if the events, although unlucky, could happen to anyone. This is an important book. It should be on the shelf of anyone who wants to experience their full measure of life.