Jungle Doctor And The Whirlwind – Review
Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind is a fun read, rather like the tradition of James Herriot and Tom Dooley. The book follows Australian missionary Dr. Paul White on his daily adventures. As a physician to tribal peoples in Tanzania, Africa, navigating mud tracks, surviving violent whirlwind dust storms, and battling a dysentery epidemic are all in a day’s work.
Dr. White passes on biblical principles in his daily practice through fables and story telling. His faithful friend and assistant, Daudi, also serves as his interpreter with the natives. The doctor performs surgery and treats patients in the most primitive conditions. As a result, he faces off against witch doctors and drug lords.
White’s narrative style hooks the reader and rivets him until the final page. Thankfully, there are several more books in the series, so readers can satisfy their need to hear more Jungle Doctor adventures.
I enjoy the way narrator Paul Michael reads with distinct and clear character voices. Yet he is easy to listen to. Of the 29 Jungle Doctor books written by Paul White, Christian Audio has 4 of them in audiobook. Each book runs about 2-3 hours. Priced at $10.98, Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind is great for family listening, car rides, and storytime. Produced in audiobook form for Christian Audio (c)2012.
Thanks to Christian Audio for providing me with a free review copy of this audiobook. No other compensation was received for this review.
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