4 out of 4 stars
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By William H. Coles
A Book review by Emjopin
McDowell reflects this note about the author, “lasting character-based fiction with strong dramatic plots that stimulates thought about the human condition.”
Doctors especially Surgeons when making medical decisions must be stripped off all emotions, biases and prejudices … that sooner creates a purely academic hardened soul. McDowell is portrayed as a typical healthcare professional aiming for the most coveted position that entails iron stiff competitions. It takes two to tango, the tough victor and some paralyzed losers. The stakes are enormously huge and glaring that soft hearts fail to even yearn for. Some all-time flunkers grieve and grow envy that sparks hatred and crop destructive plots.
McDowell recounts the struggles and inconsistency of science that makes arts and music a safe refuge for zipped truths about science and humanity trapped in a commercial world wielded by gold, guns and pressured press. No matter how you aim for ideals and nobility, the battle between good and evil sets affronts to surmise. Vying for the top has always been ingrained in achievers but getting there is a unique experience, to each his own wit.
Isolated case as it may seem to be, but McDowell explicitly spills the beans in medical parlance. Weighing the cure versus the adverse reactions, the sincerity of experimentations, the mission and vision vis a vis any untold myths and dangers. This human drama unfolded in different chapters collates the sophisticated city life entwined with serene nature trips.
Emotion as an integral part of personality has been well expressed. Marriage, the bliss and disappointments were well portrayed by McDowell, his wives and children. Romance and true love were touched in the midst of crime and betrayal. Its quite whimsical to guess but nonetheleas it’s a human need that needs to be fulfilled.
McDowell opens with the struggles of life, profession and unrequited love.
It ends with a professional offer and living happily ever after.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 because of its simple but clear recount of unravelled facts hidden in between pages of text books and newsprint. This book appeals more to ages 18 and above. Those who are about to embark on their goals and glam.
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