Nurses were Heroes…and Patients were Healed

Do you still feel the passion to Help? Can you still see the miracles? Or are you exhausted by Burnout? Suffering “Compassion Fatigue”

Here is a book that will shatter forever 
your casual assumptions about medicine, doctors, and especially about nurses.


This book is a moving and important affirmation of courage. Of the power of Love and of tragedy redeemed by compassion. The Nurse’s Story is a uniquely honest account of one woman’s dedication to America’s least understood vocation. A truly unvarnished portrait of the role and life of a nurse… 

“Carol Gino has written a wonderfully moving book. She tells The Nurse’s Story with just the right blend of emotion, compassion and wisdom.” Harold S Kushner, author of “When Bad Things Happen To Good People”
“A shattering, exhilarating book. A tribute to human dignity and courage.” Mario Puzo, author of The Godfather.
“Gritty and honest. It has a fierce compassion.” Martha Lear, author of Heart Sounds. “Riveting, wrenching. Few nurse’s have experienced the range of cases this dedicate nurse describes: cancer, burn unit, emergency room, birth, brain damage…The writer is a vigorous, optimistic, caring woman. And she exudes frankness…” Los Angeles Times

“A touching work, highly recommended for nursing, medical, and health sciences libraries..” Library Journal