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Soon the advice of a mysterious, unscrupulous magician propels Janie and Benjamin into danger, and toward the land of the dead. Meanwhile, their friend Jin Lo washes up on a remote island where an American spy is stationed, and finds herself on the trail of a deadly threat in China.
On the other side of the world, Benjamin and his father are treating the sick and wounded in the war-torn jungles of Vietnam. But Benjamin has also been experimenting with a magical new formula that allows him to communicate with Janie across the globe.
The three friends are thrown into a desperate chase around the world to find one another, while unraveling the mystery of what threatens them all. Acclaimed author Maile Meloy seamlessly weaves together magic and adventure in this breathtaking sequel with stunning illustrations by Ian Schoenherr. The walls are lined with paintings of hospital notables, such as attending surgeon Thomas George Morton, MD, who dedicated nearly 40 years to the hospital; attending physician J.
A photo of the apothecary in its golden days remains on the wall, as well as a few original hospital documents, but the room has otherwise completely transformed over time. This is unsurprising, of course; PAH has always been a working hospital, not a museum. No dusty vessels once filled with pastes and powders remain, and supply lists of the time were not kept.
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Nevertheless, it only takes a walk around those grounds to get a feel for what the Apothecary would have kept stocked. Other remedies likely contained ingredients like calamine, chalk, barks, witch hazel, and other botanicals — some with strange, exotic names and scents, and others that would likely be considered questionable today. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive an e-mail notification when new content goes live! Views expressed are those of the author or other attributed individual and do not necessarily represent the official opinion of the related Department s , University of Pennsylvania Health System Penn Medicine , or the University of Pennsylvania, unless explicitly stated with the authority to do so.
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