An Animal Life by Howard Nelson Krum
A Chance to Cut (Series Book 2)

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BOOK 2 IN THE AWARD-WINNING SERIES Outrunning a broken childhood, Mike London is the vet school's top-dog senior student cruising toward graduation and a coveted internship when a flash of bravado with a blade nearly costs a vital service dog its life. The fatal near miss sends Mike into a tailspin threatening the lives of whales, sea turtles, and first-year students as he wrestles with his boyhood torment and a surgeon hell-bent on seeing him fail. A Chance to Cut is Mike's only chance to heal. In this true-to-life story of heartache and humor, Howard Krum explores "the difference between you and me" through the guiding principle of modern veterinary medicine: all animals (including people) are more alike than different - we all need love to heal that broken part inside."Krum tells this tale of human and canine struggles with humor and sensitivity, and as a result, it's both touching and fun."   -- Kirkus Reviews

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Published March 11, 2015 by Fluid Design Foundation. 310 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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The second novel in a series that depicts the challenges and triumphs of veterinary school.

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