Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Anthony Youn knew he was going to be a doctor, although for opposite reasons, he wanted to get "laid", because all doctors got lucky! At one point, Anthony Youn thought he wanted to be in family practice, though to his father's dismay, he said, ok, you be in family practice and be broke. His father said to him, "you become plastic surgeon, one surgery, ten thousand dollah". It was very comical and I caught myself chuckling more than a handful of times. From grammar school, to high school to 4 years of med school, to being different (as he calls himself, a "nerd"), to girls, this book is a must read for all.
I enjoyed reading this book, learning of Dr. Youn's journey from beginning to now, and the path he has chosen. You will read the different routines in the hospital Anthony Youn must learn and how he comes of learning his fate and what he will be.
During his tenure of figuring out his fate, he finally realized that he wanted to be a doctor to "fix people".
I give this book 8 stars out of 10. A well written book, one that kept my interest from one page to the next.
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of this book for my honest opinion. All words expressed above are 100% mine and completely honest. I read the book, and really enjoyed it.