Pseudonymous novelist David Z Hirsch's debut novel, Didn't Get Frazzled, is a deftly written, highly entertaining story about medical students in New York City in the early '90s. Or so writes BlueInk Review. The Maryland-based physician who authored the book is way too modest to write such a thing. He's also too humble to call the book intelligent, humorous, and authentic in tone. So he doesn't. That was Kirkus Reviews. If you're interested in the sort of thing he would say, you should read his book. Also check out his YouTube channel which, in a burst of unbridled creativity, he named David Z Hirsch, MD. If you want to read an even sillier bio, go to his Amazon Author page. But don't say you weren't warned. It's quite ridiculous.
Didn't Get Frazzled
by David Z Hirsch
Didn’t Get Frazzled A provocative and humorous novel about four years in the life of an intrepid young medical student, set in the grueling world of an elite NYC medical school. “…the best fictional portrayal of med school since ER.” – BlueInk Review, starred review Medical student Seth Levine faces escalating stress and...
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