Everything Under the Sun
Posted by Literary Titan
In his book Everything Under the Sun, Bruce Rowe invites the reader into his life as a family physician. A good chunk of the book is about medicine and everything in between, but the authors uses language so that the reader can easily understand and relate to what Bruce experienced. The medical terms are beautifully explained and the reader is made to understand how some diagnoses are made. I appreciate the author for openly talking about the challenges he faced in his practice. His experiences show that, while getting the doctor title is fancy, there are a lot of ups and downs one has to go through before establishing oneself.
Bruce Rowe is such a natural writer that one gets to fall in love with his writing even before getting to understand his background. The author narrates every stage of his life tenderly, making the reader enjoy every part of his narration. You can feel the passion Bruce Rowe has for his family and profession. Each stage of the author’s life brought various lessons. His personal life, family, days of studying, and practicing medicine are all distinct and bring different obstacles and all the emotions that come with them.
Bruce Rowe’s narration is engaging throughout the book and makes the reader feel like they are in the same room with him. When talking about his losses, the reader could feel the author’s emotions through the text. One not only sympathizes with the author’s experiences but also applauds him for standing high and not letting any failure bring him down.
Everything Under the Sun is a one-of-a-kind biography that feels like someone is inviting you into their life. I appreciated how the book discussed rarely mentioned realities and truths in the medical profession. This is a perfect book for the holiday’s, one that reminds you of the importance of family and warms your heart.
Pages: 364 | ASIN: B085GMF3J2
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Posted on November 9, 2020, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged author, biography, book, book review, bookblogger, Bruce Rowe MD, ebook, Everything Under the Sun, goodreads, kindle, kobo, literature, medicine, memoir, nonfiction, nook, read, reader, reading, story, writer, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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