These are my top three non-fiction books by doctors. Interestingly, all three of these authors changed their paths from one area to medicine, offering them a different perspective to the field. They all confront questions about human mortality and what matters at the end of life, as well as offering an appreciation of the field of medicine at a time when humanity has depended so much on it.
Here are ten books on my summer TBR list, non-fiction edition! 📚 What do you want to read this summer? Have you read any of the below, and if so, what did you think of the books? Share your thoughts and reading lists with me!
A book about kindness, compassion, and hope. Watson takes the reader on a journey through her nursing career, when she was deciding what to do with her life, through learning what it means to be a nurse, and twenty years of nursing career. A beautiful message is awaiting in this book about love, kindness, and hope.
This book would be very suited to someone who wants to read a book about female empowerment, or is interested in medical memoirs, FGM, or international aid. Overall, this book has two particular strong points. Firstly, her story is inspiring as a strong-willed woman who relentlessly pursues what she wants, fighting against societal norms and the many barriers in her way. Secondly, it is a story of caring for others with compassion and kindness, a true story of humanity.