Every bit as funny as the first one, every bit as powerful, surprising and unflinching
Richly comic. Kay's writing is a constant pleasure.
Fantastic. Everything you could want in a book.
Hilarious... such is (Adam Kay's) craft and candour that you find yourself simultaneously guffawing and welling up.
Adam Kay is at the top of his game here. Even his footnotes are funnier than most comedians' best gags. But there is darkness here, too, and he handles it so well I had to lay the book aside until my heart was ready for the rest.
I don't think anyone has made me laugh so much about the human body as Adam Kay, while simultaneously bestowing the gift of impotent rage at the state of the NHS
A gaspingly honest, hilarious and heartbreaking book from one of Britain's funniest writers
A funny, truthful and fascinating memoir.
Piercingly funny... breathtakingly sad.
Equally frank and funny as its predecessor.
The anecdotes are hilarious, the personal life fascinating, the insights into our health service compelling.
Brilliant - even better than This is Going to Hurt
Very funny, very moving - Adam Kay has done it again, the talented c***. PS Sorry for swearing in this quote
Thank you, Adam Kay [...] for your courage, candour, wit (and filth, of course) in your brilliant new memoir. Undoctored really is fantastic.
The reason Adam Kay sells millions of books is not because he used to be a doctor, it's because he writes so well. Undoctored is another triumph; funny and moving and thoughtful.
Extraordinary... super-readable, funny and disturbing.