The Message

The Message

by Eugene J. Coyle


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The Message by Eugene J. Coyle

Doctor Eugene Coyle M.D. an Orthopedic Surgeon, a Concert Tenor, a Humanitarian, and an Author. He truly cares about people. Their quality of life, and the direction in which that quality of life is heading.

In a nutshell, that is The Message Doctor Coyle is trying to convey in this book. He is hoping his message be heard and be an incentive to combat the fast-moving trend north of heaven and south of hell.

Born in Donegal, Ireland, the discerning, perceptive, and intuitive Irish man, attended Blackrock College in Dublin, Ireland, and graduated as a Doctor from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland. He then immigrated to the United States and completed an orthopedic surgical residency at New York University's Belleview Medical Center where he is now a Diplomate in that surgical specialty. He practiced as a trauma surgeon at Hackensack University Medical Center for twenty five years.

Eugene Coyle would likely have become a classical singer of note. Singing as a hobby, he studied opera in Italy and achieved greatness and success and raised thousands of dollars for charities. His many Charity Concerts were lauded and applauded, two of them in Carnegie Hall in New York City.

It is the youth that concerns him the most for they have the most to lose. They enter a new world of mechanical and mental dictatorship and will likely be consumed if they do not become combatants and help establish an alternate direction. Otherwise, we all will cross a Rubicon, a point of no return.

He hopes "The Message" will prove to be a wake up call for awareness and re-direction. At the very least this book is insightful, thought provoking, and a GREATREAD.

Martha Dietz Novelist• Rue de Naverin

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781615792375
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 01/08/2010
Pages: 500
Product dimensions: 1.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 8.25(d)

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