This is Going to Hurt was the publishing phenomenon of the century, read by many millions, loved by at least fifty of them, and adapted into a major TV series. But it was only part of the story. By turns hilarious, heartbreaking and humbling, Undoctored is about what happens when a doctor hangs up his scrubs, but medicine refuses to let go of him.
It’s about an extraordinary medical school education. It’s about opening old wounds and examining the present-day scars. It’s about hospital admissions and personal ones.
It’s about blowing up your life and stitching it back together. It’s about being a doctor and being a patient. It’s about 300 pages long.
Undoctored is Adam Kay’s funniest and most moving book yet – an astonishing portrait of a life in and out of medicine, from one of Britain’s finest storytellers.