When Death Becomes Life Lib/E: Notes from a Transplant Surgeon

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About the Author

A graduate of Cornell Medical School, Joshua Mezrich, MD, is an associate professor of surgery in the division of multi-organ transplantation at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Josh Bloomberg has recorded audiobooks for most of the major publishers, lending his voice to many different genres. His versatility and acting background have helped him access the styles needed for a variety of works. He has narrated several notable works, including titles by Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling authors (some of them, under a pseudonym). He directed the audiobook for The Storm of the Century, written by Al Roker. He also announced the categories and nominees at the 2017 Audie Awards ceremony. Josh also performs on-screen, recently on the Netflix series Greenhouse Academy, and records commercial voice-over projects. Josh is a member of the Audio Publishers Association.


A fascinating examination of our bodies' organs and the intimacy of their placement and replacement.

-- "Danielle Ofri, M.D., Ph.D., author of What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear"

An outstanding memoir by a transplant surgeon who combines an autobiography and operating room dramatics with an equally engrossing history of his profession...Medical memoirs have become a significant genre over the past two decades, and this one ranks near the top.

-- "Kirkus Reviews (starred review)"

Often pulse-quickening, sometimes stomach-churning, and always immersive...Mezrich does a commendable job sharing his death-to-life experiences in a vital field.

-- "Publishers Weekly"

A well-paced book taking readers through complicated medical procedures with real-life examples filled with suspense...A great read for fans of narrative nonfiction, medicine, and real-life suspense stories.

-- "Library Journal (starred review)"