3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Interesting - But Over My Head in Many Places,
This review is from: A Taste of My Own Medicine (Kindle Single) (Kindle Edition)
I enjoyed this Kindle single and liked the small snippets of this new doctor's life. Parts of her college career were talked about as well. I was prepared for it to be technical and have a lot of medical jargon - unfortunately the level was beyond what I expected and quite a bit of it went over my head. Even the general banter was somewhat...different, heavy.
This author seems to have a wealth of material. I just wish it would have been presented in a way that was easier to understand. I feel the impact was lost since I didn't grasp a lot of what was written. I won't mark this lower than a four. I feel it was my issue and not the author's.
A very interesting topic - a little too smarty-pants for my average brain.
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Initial post: May 30, 2012 7:23:41 AM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
I don't know your level of intelligence, but I feel pretty capable of grasping whatever I read if I take the time. This single didn't make me WANT to take the time. I think it may just be an issue with the writing. (From one reader who was also frustrated, to another)
In reply to an earlier post on May 30, 2012 8:00:54 AM PDT
Ah - I thought it was just me not grasping the concepts. It had potential. We've all Googled symptoms and been scared out of our minds with what we found.
I'm hoping for another ebook to be written, "Don't Google That Rash - It's a Mosquito Bite, Not Leprosy."
Ha ha - I probably spelled that wrong.
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