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!Download Pdf ☭ The Antidote For Everything ♷ In This Whip Smart And Timely Novel From Acclaimed Author Kimmery Martin, Two Doctors Travel A Surprising Path When They Must Choose Between Treating Their Patients And Keeping Their Jobs Georgia Brown S Profession As A Urologist Requires Her To Interact With Plenty Of Naked Men, But Her Romantic Prospects Have Fizzled The Most Important Person In Her Life Is Her Friend Jonah Tsukada, A Funny, Empathetic Family Medicine Doctor Who Works At The Same Hospital In Charleston, South Carolina And Who Has Become As Close As Family To HerJust After Georgia Leaves The Country For A Medical Conference, Jonah Shares Startling News The Hospital Is Instructing Doctors To Stop Providing Medical Care For Transgender Patients Jonah, A Gay Man, Is The First To Be Fired When He Refuses To Abandon His Patients Stunned By The Predicament Of Her Closest Friend, Georgia S Natural Instinct Is To Fight Alongside Him But When Her Attempts To Address The Situation Result In Incalculable Harm, Both Georgia And Jonah Find Themselves Facing The Loss Of Much Than Their Careers Many thanks to Berkley Publishing Group for the copy in exchange for an honest reviewI ve read the Gospels, she said, pausing, word for word, and I feel strongly that Christ would not have said to me, Suffer unto the gays urinary rentition but everybody else can see the urologist This book was hmm Well, I can definitely tell that its one of those books that gathers many different opinions There will be people who love it, hate it, and everything in between And because Many thanks to Berkley Publishing Group for the copy in exchange for an honest reviewI ve read the Gospels, she said, pausing, word for word, and I feel strongly that Christ would not have said to me, Suffer unto the gays urinary rentition but everybody else can see the urologist This book was hmm Well, I can definitely tell that its one of those books that gathers many different opinions There will be people who love it, hate it, and everything in between And because of that, I m recommending you read it in spite of all the reviews that may say not to So, what s this book about The Antidote for Everything follows urologist Georgia Brown and her friend Jonah Jonah and Georgia have just discovered that the clinic they work for is no longer accepting transgender patients They refuse to abandon their patients but soon find that the situation may be harder than they first thought And it may bethan just their jobs at stake I ended up giving this book three stars for a couple reasons.Firstly, I felt like it was trying to be two things It was trying to be a deep novel that commented on religion and how society uses it as a shield to be bigoted At the same time, it was trying to be a medical drama Those two aspects clashed making the book feel like it was having an identity crisis Secondly, I felt like this book didn t really go anywhere Sure, there were key events but I personally felt like nothing really happened It was almost as if the plot had stagnated if it had even been moving in the first place, that is.That said, I really did appreciate the sensitivity and care shown for the LGBTQIA community by the author I am aware that she had a few sensitivity readers go over this novel and, in my opinion, it shows As a member of the community, I felt very respected Yes, there is mistreatment of the LGBTQIA community but it is shown in a negative light Finally, I was really disappointed by the ending I won t spoil but most of the book had a generally grim feel so I was hoping it would all be wrapped up in the end but it really wasn t.Overall, this book, for me, wasn t that enjoyable but I still recommend you read it as it could be enjoyable for other readers.Bottom Line 3 StarsAge Rating R Content Screening Mild Spoilers Educational Value 4 5 Anatomy, Safety, Mental Illness, Gender Identity and Sexuality Positive Messages 1 5 Some brief themes of hope Violence 1 5 Brief and very mild violence Sex 2 5 Sexual anatomy, Offscreen sex scene s Language 4 5 F k, d mn, sh t, d ck Drinking Drugs 4 5 Alcohol consumption, Drug usage, Drug abuse, Medicinal durgs Content and Trigger Warnings Drug abuse, Depression, BigotryPublication Date February 20th, 2020Publisher Berkley Publishing Group an imprint of Penguin Random House Genre Contemporary I have many thoughts but for now 3 stars the antidote for everything is books and chocolate Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram A Beautiful timely thought provoking tale of friendship and hard choices Kimmery Martin did a remarkable job of bringing her medical knowledge to the page and making it both readable and authentic Living in Southern California and surrounding myself with accepting people I was shocked to find out that in over 30 states there are not laws against discriminating against the LGBTQ community It is maddening and baffling that someone can be denied healthcare or a job based on who they choose to lo A Beautiful timely thought provoking tale of friendship and hard choices Kimmery Martin did a remarkable job of bringing her medical knowledge to the page and making it both readable and authentic Living in Southern California and surrounding myself with accepting people I was shocked to find out that in over 30 states there are not laws against discriminating against the LGBTQ community It is maddening and baffling that someone can be denied healthcare or a job based on who they choose to love or what gender they choose to identify as This book addresses this issue, but the story is reallyof a love letter to friendship Georgia is a urologist working in a hospital in South Carolina Her best friend Jonah is also a doctor practicing in the same hospital Jonah is gay and as a result tends to many members of the LGBTQ community, when some of his patients begin to leave his practice he is concerned When he finds out that the hospital is no longer treating transgender individuals he is mad This leads to him resigning, rumors, accusations, and a downward spiral Georgia is determined to stand by her best friend, but this leads to some questionable actions The story has a few twists and things I did not see coming, as well as a generous dose of romance This was such an engaging story Georgia and Jonah s friendship was so strong and so special Georgia was such a spunky, smart, sassy, and strong woman I really loved her character The romance between Georgia and Mark was so real I really appreciated how analytical Georgia was when it came to love, I think a lot of us including myself approach romance this way and it is seldom how it is portrayed in books and movies I also really liked that Georgia and Jonah were flawed and made poor choices Life is messy and this book does not sugarcoat it it was real, it was raw, and it was wonderful This book in emojis Big thank you to Berkley for my gifted copy of this book All opinions are my own The Antidote For Everything is so powerful and merges very sensitive topics which will make you go through mixed emotions throughout the pages The fabulous medical prose by a doctor is always attractive to read and Kimmery is bringing a World filled with suspense and humour also complexed characters that you will love so much Georgia is a bookworm doctor and her life is not alike the other womens, she has a very interesting personality and her friendship with Joah is so special and unique th The Antidote For Everything is so powerful and merges very sensitive topics which will make you go through mixed emotions throughout the pages The fabulous medical prose by a doctor is always attractive to read and Kimmery is bringing a World filled with suspense and humour also complexed characters that you will love so much Georgia is a bookworm doctor and her life is not alike the other womens, she has a very interesting personality and her friendship with Joah is so special and unique that we all wish to have one in real life Jonah s story is also incredibly elaborated I loved Emma and Zadie cameo within the book, if you haven t read The Queen of Hearts theybare the main characters from Kimmery s first book The background settings of Europe places is fascinating and I enjoyed the Frankfurt hospital scene, the romantic scenes are so emotional and mind blowing, Martin has shown us and the perfect side of the romance prose that will keep you keen on the book Amsterdam was also incredible and I loved the scenes there so much The novel is moving, revolutionary and powerful it merges topics like sexual politics, equality and friendship How far can you go to reach your rights and to let your voice be heard, the conflict and the drama that The Antidote For Everything brings are outrageous and extremely intriguing The book is definitely and for sure one of the biggest novel of 2020 With incredible voice and scalpel sharp wit, Martin deftly navigates the light, the dark and the in between of the human soul As Southern and queer and an early manuscript sensitivity reader I saw myself reflected in honest pages penned by a true ally This novel broke my heart in all the best ways. The Antidote for Everything covers timely, relevant, and sometimes polarizing topics with grace, heart, and a bit of humor The main character Georgia is fantastic I may be biased because she s a fellow redhead, but I find her to just be pretty awesome all around She s a rare female urologist in the south working for a hospital founded by a fundamental church Progressive values have no place in the institution Georgia works for But overall, Georgia likes her coworkers, her patients, and her The Antidote for Everything covers timely, relevant, and sometimes polarizing topics with grace, heart, and a bit of humor The main character Georgia is fantastic I may be biased because she s a fellow redhead, but I find her to just be pretty awesome all around She s a rare female urologist in the south working for a hospital founded by a fundamental church Progressive values have no place in the institution Georgia works for But overall, Georgia likes her coworkers, her patients, and her life.The central relationship of the novel is between Georgia and her best friend Jonah When Jonah came out to his family at 18, he was turned away Now, Georgia has become his family Their friendship is completely heartwarming and filled with snappy banter and heartfelt moments.When Georgia is on her way to a conference in the Netherlands, a medical emergency onboard the aircraft calls her into service, and ultimately leads her to meet Mark After she saves Mark, he wants to buy her a drink, a train ticket, and get to know her And of course he is tall and hot I liked the relationship between Mark and Georgia, but if I m honest I wasinterested in the friendship between Jonah and Georgia.So that brings us to what I would consider the main tension of the story Georgia is at her conference while Jonah is back in Charleston worried about his job Patients who are transgender have been notified that the hospital won t treat them, and they ll need to find alternate medical treatment When Jonah refuses to abide by the hospital s morality policy and turn away patients, he is fired And it doesn t end there My heart went out to Jonah as he suffered character attacks Friends and former colleagues circulate rumors that he stole medications from the hospital.Seeing the depth of Georgia s friendship with Jonah was truly a shining part of this novel Georgia goes to great lengths to help Jonah, including bringing Mark in The situation in this book was one that is so timely, and is happening all around our country as political and social tensions escalate Many feel the need to hold on eventightly to their own moral code, and the fall out of policies such as this are devastating Through Martin s story, we see not only the impact on the patients, but also on the employees at the hospital When a group has majority control, the options to stand up against something you disagree with disappear.This book manages to be both deeply thought provoking and serious, while also being humorous and heart warming at times A really great book and one that I applaud for tackling tough issues that many shy away from.Thank you to Berkley Publishing for my copy Opinions are my own I was fortunate to be an early beta reader of The Antidote for Everything As a member of the queer community, I m often suspicious of cis het writers who take on queer themes or characters, but in this case, Martin did a solid job of reaching out to multiple sensitivity readers as well as engaging with several LGBTQIA groups as she wrote the book, and it shows We need ally stories as well as books by queer authors We need representation in books and we desperately needpeople to use the I was fortunate to be an early beta reader of The Antidote for Everything As a member of the queer community, I m often suspicious of cis het writers who take on queer themes or characters, but in this case, Martin did a solid job of reaching out to multiple sensitivity readers as well as engaging with several LGBTQIA groups as she wrote the book, and it shows We need ally stories as well as books by queer authors We need representation in books and we desperately needpeople to use their voices in support of the queer community This is a strong, well researched story about a highly relevant topic written with love and respect Now about the book you know, plot, character development, and all those things a GR review should address One of my favorite aspects of Martin s writing is the beautiful disaster protagonist, and she doesn t disappoint in The Antidote for Everything Georgia is smart, capable, and strong, but also messy and chaotic just the way I love my characters and real life friends The most important relationship in her life is Jonah her gay BFF It reminded me so much of my old friend Jessie and the trouble we got ourselves into while being each other s main emotional support Many of us create our families as adults, and I loved seeing this dynamic in the story In fact, you can tell that Martin deeply loves all the characters in the book, from the main characters to the dog to the patients I teared upthan one time while reading this because I cared about the characters so much Martin s humor shines in this novel from the very first line, Most women did not begin their days by stabbing a man in the scrotum, but Georgia Brown was not most women With a Urologist as the main character, you get a lot of funny situations, and I loved her descriptions of male discomfort She also doesn t shy away from discussions of wealth inequality and how it affects health care outcomes I m a long time fan of medical dramas and the daughter of a physician , and The Antidote for Everything strikes the right note in her attention to detail without going overboard into TMI The tension is well wrought throughout the book and the plot twists kept me guessing The cover is straight up gorgeous, but that is to be expected from Martin and Berkley love this book and highly recommend it 3 to 3.5 stars This topic is timely and important I wanted to like this novelthan I did The heroine of this novel is a doctor, so Georgia analyzes everything through a scientific lens The problem is, that I, the reader, am now analyzing her feelings of lust and attraction toward Mark, because that s how the story is being told to me I didn t FEEL it Whatever novel I m reading, I want to feel something I want to laugh, cry, fall in love with the hero along with the heroine, or feel s 3 to 3.5 stars This topic is timely and important I wanted to like this novelthan I did The heroine of this novel is a doctor, so Georgia analyzes everything through a scientific lens The problem is, that I, the reader, am now analyzing her feelings of lust and attraction toward Mark, because that s how the story is being told to me I didn t FEEL it Whatever novel I m reading, I want to feel something I want to laugh, cry, fall in love with the hero along with the heroine, or feel so filled with suspense I can t wait to find out what happens next and actually get stressed out until I m sure the hero is all right The only emotion I felt reading this was anger toward the fact that it s still legal to discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community in jobs and healthcare and housing in many states Holy cow, I just checked the ACLU website and it said that in 38 states it s still legal to discriminate against LGBTQ folks That seems wrong, statistically, and is obviously grotesquely wrong morally There were some nice plot twists, but all in all, this just didn t do it for me Thanks to NetGalley for the opportunity to review this novel, which RELEASES FEBRUARY 18, 2020.Forreviews, please visit First of all, can we just take a moment to acknowledge the gorgeous covers on Kimmery Martin s books I didn t think they could top her cover for Queen of Hearts, and just look at this Even incorporating the medical slant to her novels into beautiful artwork.Georgia Brown is a urologist and single She sees lots and lots of men at work, but she wants romance Her best friend is Jonah, a family medicine doctor who works in the same hospital with her in Charleston, South Carolina.Georgia heads ou First of all, can we just take a moment to acknowledge the gorgeous covers on Kimmery Martin s books I didn t think they could top her cover for Queen of Hearts, and just look at this Even incorporating the medical slant to her novels into beautiful artwork.Georgia Brown is a urologist and single She sees lots and lots of men at work, but she wants romance Her best friend is Jonah, a family medicine doctor who works in the same hospital with her in Charleston, South Carolina.Georgia heads out of the country for a medical conference, and while away, Jonah finds out the hospital will no longer be providing medical care to transgender patients Well, the hospital administration is ordering the doctors to stop Jonah refuses to follow along and is fired.Georgia fights alongside Jonah for what s right, but something happens Something harmful.The Antidote for Everything is a timely and important novel I didn t realize this type of scenario was still happening in our nation s hospitals, but apparently it is I loved the characters, especially Georgia and Jonah I wanted Jonah to be my best friend, too.There are also some adorable cameos here as a reward for those of us who have been following Martin s books No spoilers.I m grateful Kimmery Martin took on this medical topic because she s written an illuminating and provocative story that will hopefully put important issues like these in the forefront of stakeholders minds, sowill do what is right and treat everyone with equity as our nation s founders would insist.I received a complimentary copy All opinions are my own.Many of my reviews can also be found on my blog www.jennifertarheelreader.com and instagram www.instagram.com tarheelreader Dr Georgia Brown is as vibrant as her fiery hair A smart, witty, and tenacious urologist, Georgia is full of life despite her love life being somewhat lackluster She works at a clinic outside of Charleston, South Carolina, with her closest companion being her coworker, family medicine doctor Jonah Tsukada Georgia and Jonah are as tight knit as they come, but Georgia has to head out to a medical conference without himWhile Georgia is whisked up by the beauty of Europe and a magnetic ex pat Am Dr Georgia Brown is as vibrant as her fiery hair A smart, witty, and tenacious urologist, Georgia is full of life despite her love life being somewhat lackluster She works at a clinic outside of Charleston, South Carolina, with her closest companion being her coworker, family medicine doctor Jonah Tsukada Georgia and Jonah are as tight knit as they come, but Georgia has to head out to a medical conference without himWhile Georgia is whisked up by the beauty of Europe and a magnetic ex pat American called Mark, Jonah receives jarring news at work His patients have been told to find a new doctor, and his LGBTQ patients are being denied care The clinic intends not only to deny medical care to these patients but to enforce their morality clause, putting Jonah, a gay man, in the line of fire Upon hearing this news, Georgia vows to fight for her friend and closest ally However, amidst this battle for what s right many people are harmed and dark secrets are unearthed.Kimmery Martin, an emergency medicine doctor and author of The Queen of Hearts, delivers a captivating and provocative novel of friendship, difficult choices, and the intolerance still happening today This story is both thought provoking and heartwarming It handles sensitive and timely topics such as medical discrimination, equality, and mental health while balancing them with love, friendship, and loyalty