Shaun's Reviews > Hot Lights, Cold Steel: Life, Death and Sleepless Nights in a Surgeon's First Years

Hot Lights, Cold Steel by Michael J. Collins
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Jan 27, 10

really liked it

An excellent memoir of a surgeon going through his 4-year residency here at Mayo. It's interesting to see how he learns and grows over the 4 years. His wife has 4 kids during the residency too. It reminds me of several of the sisters at church who have husbands doing the residency thing. An fun, quick and interesting read and I'm not even a doctor. I could relate to his stories and found it quite enjoyable.

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