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EBOOK ⚛ The Devil Wears Scrubs × Newly minted doctor Jane McGill is in hellNot 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 HospitalAnd 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 This was a mildly entertaining read Not enough plot, character depth or character growth for me. 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 wantedthan stories of emergen 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 wantedthan 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 werecaricatures 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 Jane McGill is working her first year as a intern at County Hospital, dealing with drug addict patients, a roommate who is a control freak, and sleepless nights on call but what is really making her life hell is dealing with her senior resident Dr Alyssa Morgan, who seems to be bent on making Jane feel incompetent Jane starts to wonder if she will make through her first year as a doctor with her sanity intact.There really wasn t much of a plot to this story, but it was humorous, and I enjoyed Jane McGill is working her first year as a intern at County Hospital, dealing with drug addict patients, a roommate who is a control freak, and sleepless nights on call but what is really making her life hell is dealing with her senior resident Dr Alyssa Morgan, who seems to be bent on making Jane feel incompetent Jane starts to wonder if she will make through her first year as a doctor with her sanity intact.There really wasn t much of a plot to this story, but it was humorous, and I enjoyed it I think this book would appeal to those who enjoy TV shows like Grey s Anatomy and Scrubs I m very confused after reading The Devil Wears Scrubs Why did the author end the story in the middle of the nowhere Things were just starting to get really interesting, and the characters were slowly becoming fleshed out and three dimensional and then the book ended Just like that, with absolutely zero resolution, explanation, or apology And up until then it was great no FANTASTIC As a medical student, fast approaching my first year as a real doctor, I could empathise with Jane s I m very confused after reading The Devil Wears Scrubs Why did the author end the story in the middle of the nowhere Things were just starting to get really interesting, and the characters were slowly becoming fleshed out and three dimensional and then the book ended Just like that, with absolutely zero resolution, explanation, or apology And up until then it was great no FANTASTIC As a medical student, fast approaching my first year as a real doctor, I could empathise with Jane s plight Her characters were absolutely spot on, and she could have been writing about some of the doctors I ve come across at the hospital where I m studying.Another thing that really bugged me why the title The bad guy girl in the story wasn t even a surgeon, and it draws such a blatant parallel with a similar themed book, which was phenomenally written, that the author is really setting herself up for a major failure.The book was on it s way to being a 5 5 star read, but the author only wrote 2 3rds of a story Surely the beta readers and editor must have felt that something was missing Freida McFadden missed an opportunity to write a romantic comedy masterpiece, but it feels like she gave up instead of tackling the drama that she had created.It s worth a read, very funny, and very accurate observations about working in a hospital which some people will find intriguing, but it will leave you frustrated by the ending