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The Devil Wears Scrubs: A Short Comedic Novel (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Freida McFadden

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Newly minted doctor Jane McGill is in hell.

Not literally, of course. But between her drug addict patients, sleepless nights on call, and battling wits with the sadistic yet charming Sexy Surgeon, Jane can’t imagine an afterlife much worse than her first month of medical internship at County Hospital.

And then there’s the devil herself: Jane’s senior resident Dr. Alyssa Morgan. When Alyssa becomes absolutely hell-bent on making her new interns pay tenfold for the deadly sin of incompetence, Jane starts to worry that she may not make it through the year with her soul or her sanity still intact.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 282 pages
  • Editeur : Hollywood Upstairs Publishing (15 décembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00EL2NH12
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Funny 18 août 2013
Par Steven - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
"The Devil Wears Scrubs" lives up to its playful nod to "The Devil Wears Prada." This witty and light read delves into the torture of medical training with a comic twist. Jane's senior resident Alyssa seems to be taking the same bitter pills as Miranda in "Prada." Jane handles her increasingly bizarre and stressful situations with sarcasm and contempt. Will Alyssa ever get pay back for the way she treats her interns?

I really enjoyed this book. The writing is hilarious, and I laughed out loud several times. It's well worth the read. I hope to see more from Freida McFadden.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Hilarious - 'Grey's Anatomy' in book form 23 août 2013
Par J.C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I bought this book hoping for a laugh and I wasn't disappointed. It strongly reminded me of the TV show, Grey's Anatomy, with screwball interns who have no idea what they're doing and a smoking hot surgeon you just want to peel out of his scrubs.

While I now desperately hope I never have to be admitted to the emergency room of a hospital, I have an insight into how much pressure the poor interns are put under. I have my fingers crossed that this isn't a stand alone book because I think it would make a good series.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Light read with substance 5 novembre 2013
Par Mariechen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I really enjoyed this book. There are quite a few novels and memoirs out there about medical education experiences, but what I enjoyed about The Devil Wears Scrubs was that it had a focus: one really awful resident, and the attempt to survive her onslaughts. That alone puts this novel head and shoulders above your average medical recollections because it provides a substantial plot.

There is nothing pretentious about the story-telling in this book. It is a lovely, easy read, and very witty. Basically, it is like McFadden’s blog on steroids – because, did I mention, the author is Dr. Fizzy from A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor? I am not a laugh-out-loud kind of person, but I did giggle a few times while reading, and that says a lot coming from me. I especially loved the little bits at the end of many chapters, where Jane declares the number of hours awake and her likelihood of quitting (and sometimes some other hilarious likelihoods).

Jane’s struggles were almost too real for me, given my proximity to graduation and internship. Her exhaustion was palpable, as was her confusion at her resident’s obvious dislike of her. I’ve known such residents. They really do exist, and they give me nightmares.

What I was happy to realise exists is people “like me”. Because even if this is only a fictionalised account of an intern year, it seems to me now that there are other young doctors or students who feel just as lost as I do at times – people who have to delve really deep to find occupational confidence and sometimes still can’t find it, and people who feel like they annoy residents and nurses and even patients just by being there. And it is a horrible feeling.

But Jane just keeps GOING, and I’m sure even she doesn’t know how she does it, but SHE DOES. And I am sure if there is ever a sequel to this book, Jane goes from strength to strength. The book already has a pretty kick-ass ending. It’s not a finale as in “and they all lived happily ever after” (which is good) but it is hopeful.

Who should read this book? If you love McFadden’s blog, you’ll love the book. But I’ve read reviews and those who don’t love her blog enjoyed the book too. If you like Grey’s Anatomy, you’ll probably enjoy this one. Plus, it’s not quite so full of angst and death as Grey’s! If you hate Grey’s because it’s inaccurate, you’ll like this book, because it is written by an actual doctor and seems accurate in my limited experience. If you want to read something funny but with some substance, this is an excellent read, and you definitely don’t have to be in the medical field to enjoy it.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A Humorous Romp 23 octobre 2013
Par Darcia Helle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
No doubt Freida McFadden is a talented and entertaining author. In The Devil Wears Scrubs, she shows us what it's like to be a medical intern at a hospital. She approaches her story with humor that is sometimes witty and sometimes sarcastic. The writing is smooth and often feels like we're sitting with a friend as she tells her story.

The book falls short for me in a few areas. First, there isn't much of a plot here, if there is one at all. By midway through, I wanted more than stories of emergency room intakes and the occasional long-term patient. While I found these anecdotes comical and, at times, insightful, it became repetitious after a while.

Second, most of the characters were more caricatures than people. They had no depth, and often no reason for their behavior aside from the expected stereotype.

And, finally, we were left with a lot of loose ends. For instance, Alyssa's behavior never made sense to me. I wanted to know why she felt such intense dislike for Jane, yet her other intern could do no wrong. I also didn't understand the roommates behavior. The absence of explanations made it appear the world was out to get Jane for no reason at all. This problem is partly explained by the lack of character development.

I should also state that, if you're extremely overweight or a you're a dermatologist, you might find the content here offensive.

I did love the ending. There were certainly moments of excellence throughout the book. And I will definitely question my treatment if I ever have to spend time in a hospital!
12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 enjoyable read 19 août 2013
Par RugbyJC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This book is a necessary investment for every intern. Not quite a modern-day "House of God," but pretty close. As a fellow physician I could definitely relate to Dr. McGill's struggles--I laughed and I cried. My only complaint is that I wish it was longer.
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