Oh Doctor, the Places You Will Go...

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Brutally honest yet inspirational, this fun book contains 13 colorful illustrations written and drawn by James Chang, MD completely on his iPad 2.

This ebook is a fun and free gift for premedical students, medical students, interns, residents and fellows.
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Review by: Robert Zimmermann on Dec. 25, 2013 :
This was an ok book. I liked the idea behind it, and with it being (obviously) inspired by the Dr. Seuss book of similar name, I maybe went into it expecting more.

I feel that the rhyming didn't feel very natural at times, and in this type of book, rhyming is key. And it's it's forced, the reader will know. Though, this subject matter (the medical field) makes it a little difficult to rhyme at times, I'm sure. There are many strange words to work with, so I did appreciate the effort put into making various lines work. A few things felt repeated too often as well, like the length of becoming a doctor being compared to other professions. I understood that this is a humorous book. That can across well enough, but the material was used too often for a short book.

Still, in the end, this was a fun quick book to check out. Just the fact that the author also illustrated this book...using his iPad...made it interesting to check out, alone.
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Review by: David Elvar on Sep. 6, 2011 :
A good point well made. As for the rhyming and illustrations, I've seen a lot worse. If this author has any more in the same vein, I for one would be very happy to see it.
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Review by: Daniel Kim on Sep. 6, 2011 :
Sweet pictures! Quick read. But why all the bitterness towards lawyers? Could be a little longer, but what can you expect for free?
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Review by: Peter Thompson on Sep. 6, 2011 :
A quaint idea but poorly executed. I'd humbly suggest that the author should stick to medicine and leave literature to the writers. The rhymes don't rhyme. The material is crude and the pictures amateurish. Thank goodness this is free.
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