Review of Medical Diver

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Re: Review of Medical Diver

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Very interesting as he talks about everything in the society, how the rich stay reach and suppress the poor but to be sincere I'm a medical student but his vulnerability and risk makes me feel very bad
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"I like that he did not mask his vulnerability and assume superhero status" . I felt very impressed with this line and for this reason alone I will definitely read this book very soon. I hardly read memoirs but this might be a refreshing change for me.
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In my opinion, I think that this book would be great and fun to watch as a movie *.* Thank you for the amazing review 👍
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Post by Lucy V »

It is awesome to see a book that has both lessons and a great storyline especially one that is none fiction. This book contains reports from a trusted professional. I would love to read it.
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Post by Darlington O »

This review in itself is very educating. I just got to learn about what or who a medical diver is. I am guessing that the book would be very educational too. You did an amazing job with your analysis. Thank you for the recommendation.
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This book seems like an educational book. From your summary and the positive aspects you stated, there are actually quite a lot to learn from this book.I would love to learn about diving and whatever it entails. I would even get to learn about dolphins? Thank you for this beautiful review.
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Im interested to know more about the authors time in jail. This book seems to bring to light a new vocation. One that i havent heard of. Starbeck is an excellent author and from your review, this one is also a masterpiece.
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Going by your review, this book seems like it contains a lot of information. I would be glad to learn about diving, dolphins and the other things mentioned in this book. Thank you for this wonderful review. I would check out the book when I am less occupied
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Post by Walter R »

I would love to read more about being a medical diver. I never really knew it was a profession. I am glad that the author decided to put his experiences into writing and glad that the book is diverse.
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Post by Victoria Ahiaba »

The story line of this book is the perfect definition of a pure soul, although in today's world nurses re not valued but their selfless work is more than money can buy, that is to say it is a great profession.
The book reminds me so much of a movie I have seen some years back titled "the hacksaw ridge".
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Post by Abigail Omoigui »

I have always wanted to know how a diver feels when they are under pressure...this book shows that... Thanks
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Post by Precious Gilbert »

Wonderful review , I have always wanted to know the inside life of medicine and sea ; and here it is in one book . Am definitely adding this to my shelf .
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Post by MAHAN BABOORIAN »

doesnt sound like a book that I might choose to read, though I liked the fact about Dolphins in your review. thanks
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Post by MAHAN BABOORIAN »

the other important point you mentioned psychologically wise, is how societies make convictions and stereotypes on jobs and status.
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Post by Mrs D O »

I enjoyed reading your informative review. Thank you. The interesting medical theme seems to be enhanced by other themes like capitalism and discrimination. It was helpful of you to explain the educational value of this book.
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