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As a fourth year medical student going into orthopedics, this was a great read as it provides some insight as what to expect during residency. Read morePublished 7 days ago by erica
Not an outstanding specimen of this type of book. The writing is fine but nothing that happens in the half of the book I managed to read is very gripping. Read morePublished 1 month ago by hako
My wife will be starting her residency in July of 2016 (gen surg) and as a diligent husband, try to become more knowledgeable with what she has in her future (the medical field... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian R. Thompson
Honest and gripping stories from his journey as a resident, but like a few others I noticed blatant sexism, which made me quite uncomfortable.Published 2 months ago by Mary Schultz
A very interesting read though a little sexist or narcissistic at times. It was not entirely my taste at all points, but was interesting and honest.Published 5 months ago by CSN
Fun stuff for those who want to vicariously experience the excitement and fear of being a surgical resident. Collins writes with a lively, humorous style.Published 6 months ago by Max Martini
Absolutely love this book. I recommend everyone who is pre-med read this book before going into medical school. It's very insightful.Published 6 months ago by xena
An awesome book...I couldn't put it down! It tells of a M.D. orthopedic surgeon in traing and is filled with with pathos, despair...hope and joy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer