The Patient in Room Nine Says He's God 
From the first page to the last, I was touched and entertained -Winona Wong MD-

I am currently reading a book by a Doctor named Louis M. Profeta,MD. I am not finished yet, but it is already one of my favorite books...ever. You'll laugh, you'll cry, but most of all you will be humbled. It is a must-read for all Docs, especially those that are a little "burned out" currently. It's also a must read if you are a patient. Sometimes doctors say things and act in ways that come across "The wrong way". We don't mean it, and this book gives lot' of insight as to "why" that happens.”  K.martin


“Your book arrived from Amazon and I could not put it down until I finished it. You are a gifted writer and obviously a caring, humble person under your gruff exterior. Your style reminds me of "Run with the Horseman" by Ferroll Sams, a Georgia physician who wrote a series of semi-autobiographical books, although the MD stuff didn't come till later in the series.”  A.Kirhman

“It was excellent!  You had me laughing and crying, and always entertained.   I hope that this is the first of many books to come ... please keep writing!”  S.Devol

“It was great . I never really read anything except magazines, and I finished this in 2 days!” J. Safrin

“Your writing style was eloquent, even with the injection of colorful phrases and language.  I could actually close my eyes and HEAR you speaking these words.  Your speaking and writing style seem to overlap, and it's all beautifully expressed.  The message itself was...well, amazing.  I can't believe how much you have been through, both professionally and personally.  How all of these events have shaped who you are and the life you aspire to lead, and how you so eloquently expressed their impact.  I was laughing out loud at several sections and I started crying out loud at a couple of sections, especially the chapter about Harry and the section on your demented nursing home patient who you cared for with your heart and soul and whole being, not simply your medical acumen (I'm choking up now as I recount and write this).”  H.Lemberger

“I absolutely loved it. Your spirit, humor and love of life are fabulous. Thank you very much for a wonderful reading! Keep writing!” D. Arbuck 

“I can hardly see the computer screen through my tears.  I'm only on the third chapter of your book and just had to lend my voice to the hordes of others who have found it so very touching.  The humanity that comes through, the drama and the beautiful small moments you describe make this one of the most meaningful books I've read  and I just want to thank you!“ B. Baily

“I just had to let you know how much your book impacted me! I laughed, got teary eyed, reflected, and most of all I questioned my purpose for being here. Doctors like teachers, never quite know how we leave the masses. However, every now and then we get a clue from a former patient/student, an AHA moment in actual time and we smile and think... who would have known. I really enjoyed the book and look forward to reading more.” J. Goins

“An AMAZING book with lots of detail & description of a passionate ER doctor and his experiences! Wow! I couldn't put it down! An easy book to pick up and read a couple of chapters, or the entire book in one sitting! Looking for a good cry or laugh? Or just want to learn about a subject many of us don't ever encounter...this book is it!”  J. Cline 

“ What a great read, tears, laughs, beautifully written and inspiring. You have a gift Lou. I can't wait to pass this on to my mom. She loves this stuff and that you are a nice Jewish boy--look out” D.Darwin

“A wonderful, thought provoking book, I very much enjoyed it although it was a bit embarrassing to explain to hubby why I was tearing up in line at Busch Gardens (never travel anywhere without a book to read during the "down" times. “  K.Hagan

“I enjoyed the book so much (I could have read it in one sitting if time permitted), that I just received three more copies of it today! I plan on giving two to my favorite professors, and one to my nursing school best friend. Best wishes for continued success!”  A Zimmerman,

“What a pleasant, fascinating, intriguing book written by an experienced physician, who has a wonderful writing style that makes you feel that you are a part of the humorous and personal anecdotal stories. He has a healthy philosophy of life's events. He is a witty, compassionate man who was meant to be a doctor, a husband, and a father. I am looking forward to reading the sequel. I love this book, which is for any patient or physician.” D.Truga 

“I stayed up late and read your book aloud to my wife. What a blessing! You have such a way of turning issues around and looking at them from many angles and then waxing poetic. ”  O.Louis

“A perfect gift!  From the first page to the last, I was touched and entertained. Dr. Profeta has a gift for crystallizing the spiritual thread that touches all aspects of life, both tragic and joyful. I will be giving this book as a gift to all my favorite people.”  Aloha  

“ It's not unusual to laugh or cry when reading a book, but it is very unusual to laugh and cry at the same time. Your stories are funny and profound, and are (frankly) therapeutic for those of us who sometimes (often) fail to find the humor in the rumbles of the day. This book is an exercise in healing on a whole other level…Thank you for writing this book. I really mean that. It should be required reading for doctors over forty and their spouses. D. Heimansohn 

“Dr. Profeta has hit a grand slam with his new book! A book that is funny, insightful, heart warming, and joyous! What a wonderful fulfilling book for anyone who is seeking God and looking for the “real” meaning of life and love.”  M.Medler



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