Win a copy of Gray's Anatomy by Henry Grayby The Listener
Considered one of the great dramas of our time, a monumental 14 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy are landing on NEON from December 7.
Set in Seattle, Meredith Grey is a part of a group of surgical interns, trying to keep patients alive whilst keeping their own lives afloat. 13 years later, those who remain are fully fledged surgeons, and even though they’ve come a long way, they're discovering that nothing can be defined in black and white. Life only comes in shades of grey.
One detail which you might have missed, the title Grey’s Anatomy is a play on the 1858 textbook for surgical students, Gray’s Anatomy. Written by Henry Gray, it is still used by medical students to this day.
Thanks to our friends at NEON, we’ve got five copies of the Gray’s Anatomy book to giveaway.
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