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Ever By My Side

A Memoir in Eight Acts Pets

by Dr. Nick Trout

Ever By My Side
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    Feb 2011, 320 pages
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    Feb 2012, 320 pages

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Dr. Nick Trout

Veterinary surgeon and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Nick Trout is beloved among readers and is often compared to the late English veterinary surgeon James Herriot, author of the classic memoir All Creatures Great and Small. In an interview with Boston Magazine, Dr. Trout describes his feelings about this comparison:

I grew up reading James Herriot, and was fortunate to meet the man himself when I was a kid and my parents lived in the heart of Herriot country, in the Yorkshire Dales. There will only be one James Herriot and no one else will ever come close. I can only try to bring his stories into the 21st century and, in doing so, try to point out that the humor and the pathos of Herriot's novels, the passion to heal sick animals, the quirky and charming characters, still exists in today's veterinary medicine.

It is clear that Dr. Trout's writing shares Herriot's compassion and sense of humor - not only in Ever By My Side but in his prior works as well:

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