Sunday, December 28, 2014

Ten of the best overlooked memoirs of 2014

At Biographile Joanna Scutts tagged ten top overlooked memoirs of 2014, including:
Sandeep Jauhar’s memoir Doctored is the sequel to Intern, the first part of his story of long disillusionment with the career he’s dreamed of. Now an attending cardiologist, Jauhar is in a position to see the medical profession from the position of career success -- the point toward which he struggled for so many years. It’s not a pretty picture: Doctored is a blunt indictment of the bureaucracy and obsession with money that are undermining the morale of American doctors and their ability to deliver high standards of care.
Learn about another book on the list.

The Page 69 Test: Intern: A Doctor’s Initiation.

The Page 99 Test: Doctored.

--Marshal Zeringue