A Great Read

From Scout:

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Through Hell and High Water,” a serial narrative told in 22 daily chapters, reveals what happened inside two hospitals, one private and one public, during the days after the levees broke in New Orleans.

It is an intimate portrait of medical professionals who faced unprecedented conditions and acted heroically to keep their patients alive. It is also the tale of daring rescuers who came to the aid of those the government had abandoned.

This reads like a novel. It is excellent. There are also videos and podcasts. The first Chapter is here. A drop down box in the sidebar to the left provides links for the other chapters released so far.