Didn't Get Frazzled

To be honest, this is the first medical fiction I have read, barring a love story set up with a medical college in a backdrop. What sets this book apart is the way it follows the life of a young medical student during his life in a medical college.

The plot revolves around the ups and downs in the life of a medical student through his medical traing in a medical college.

To be honest, David included every little information on branches of medicine in his narration. This turned out to be a bit of a problem. I have been a student of humanities throughout. Hence, the medical terms were a bit difficult to understand. There were medical jargons as well which continued to add to my woes. The language used acted as a small deterrent in my comprehension. There were slight jerks in the story which could have been avoided thanks to the issue I had with medical terms. However, I must admit, this story helped open up a whole new genre for me.

The characters are well developed. Sadly, they speak a language I do not understand at times. However, the best part about this story is the way it showcases doctors as humans with varied emotions. Through them, the author brings out humour, love and empathy that doctors have.

To sum up, this story is really likeable and worth reading if you wish to have a peek into the life of medical students in a medical college.

P. S - Thank you David for introducing me to medical fiction. My review is my honest opinion after reading the story.

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