I highly recommend this easy to read, and well written book.
Dr. Vertosick is a great author (or he has a damned good editor; either one will do) and has a very inviting style of writing about very complex subjects.
Really interesting book , great information for everyone even if you are not medically inclined.
I absolutely loved this book and intend to keep it to read again. I am a former nurse, having worked with doctors of all specialties, and after I earned my PhD, I began helping... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Carolyn Dargevics
Worthwhile reading for anyone who enjoys reading about the medical field.Published 12 days ago by Joy Merritt
What a great read! Very interesting, informative with humor, grace and not an ounce of ego! I really recommend this book!Published 24 days ago by KarenLisa
Dr. Vertosick's view on life, surgery, and the way we treat patients is an eye opener. He immerses you in the life of a neurosurgeon in the making. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kurtis G
This is an Interesting memoire of a brain surgeon's residency. It reflects the instruction for the surgeons to teach them to dissociate from their patients--to the point where a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. Mackenzie
Excellent book about the realities of modern day neurosurgery and resident training in general, told by an experienced neurosurgeon. Read morePublished 1 month ago by H. Hall
Love this book. Its a great (and easy) read. An opportunity to look into a surgeon's insight about medicine.Published 1 month ago by Maria Camacho
Dr. Vertosick spins a good yarn. -ONLY IT'S THE TRUTH, sometimes reality beats fiction every time. From an actual neurosurgeon, the stories he has to tell are quite absorbing and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nirvananow