Michael Ruhlman is the author of The Making of a Chef, The Soul of a Chef, and Charcuterie. He has also collaborated with Thomas Keller on two cookbooks, The French Laundry Cookbook and Bouchon. Additionally, Ruhlman has written for The New York Times, Gourmet, Saveur, and Food Arts magazine, as well as being featured on the PBS series Cooking Under Fire.
A real fan of Ruhlman's previous books, I knew that this would make for good reading.
The book is not in my possession now, as many family members have asked to read it and it is making the rounds.
As a pediatrician and parent of a child with congenital heart disease, I appreciate the telling of this story.
Although I have read this book multiple times since it was published, I finish each time shaking my head at how incredibly talented and extraordinarily hard working these folks... Read morePublished 3 months ago by matt mcaleer
The fascinating world of infant heart surgery is well explained and documented, the writing is compelling and easy to read.Published 4 months ago by Linda Sinko
I couldn't put this book down. I learned so much about the heart and what an amazing job by the author to interpret all these medical procedures so that the reader can visualize... Read morePublished 7 months ago by julie hardin
What an incredible book! Walking on Water is a very honest portrayal of what goes on behind the operating doors for the doctors caring for children with Congenital Heart Defects (... Read morePublished 12 months ago by A&JC
This book is wonderful. I love it...not much more I can say. These people are the reason I have my son today, cannot praise this world of Medical Providers enough.Published 13 months ago by mandy Schultz
As a pediatrician and parent of a child with congenital heart disease, I appreciate the telling of this story. Read morePublished 13 months ago by as
I have worked in the cardiac intensive care unit in the past. It is a nice reminder of the difficult days and miracles that I have helped with.Published 14 months ago by Lsmall
I ordered this book because my 15 year old grandson recommended it so highly.
Loved all of it, particularly because of the details.