5 out of 5 stars
Share This Review
People may have different reasons for living their lives in a particular way, but no matter how it's presented, a life of selfishness and self-centeredness can never be appealing to me. This book, McDowell by William H. Coles, is based on the life of a man named Hiram McDowell, a conceited and self-centered surgeon who was eager to do whatever it took to achieve his objectives. If you enjoy reading books that are educational, inspiring, and interesting, this book would be a perfect fit for you.
According to the story in this novel, Dr. Hiram has aspirations to become the president of the International College of Surgeons, and for this reason, he would need the votes of as many as possible. In order to get the large number of votes that would make him president, he reached an agreement with Dr. Michael O'Leary. What kind of agreement will this be? Would Dr. Hiram eventually become president? Would he keep to his own part of the deal with Dr. Michael? Read this book to find out.
McDowell may not be a true life story, but its story is quite inspiring and interesting and would make you think otherwise. This book also contains vital information about parenting, and from this, I was able to learn a thing or two about the necessity of close parenting. Of all the aspects of the novel, the underground incidents that were also covered and may be related to real-life events most piqued my curiosity.
The positives of this book are so obvious for every active reader to notice, and it would be wrong if I didn't congratulate the author for a job well done. One of this book's distinctive features that piqued my interest was its plot, which the author made more unpredictable than most books of its kind. The writing style, which made reading this book enjoyable and intriguing, is another crucial element that shouldn't be overlooked. It is also necessary to point out that the author did a wonderful job of character development.
There were no negative aspects I was able to notice in this book, and I do not dislike it in any way. It's also paramount to state that this book contains absolutely no typos or grammatical errors, indicating that it was exceptionally well-edited and clearly deserves a rating of five out of five stars. I would recommend this book to those in the medical and political fields, parents, and those who love interesting, relatable novels.
View: on Bookshelves | on Amazon | on Smashwords