Cutting for Stone - Abraham Verghese, Sunil Malhotra
I don't think I can do justice to this book right now. It's been a full 24 hours since I've finished this but I still can't wrap my head around the emotion that was ripped out of me during my time with this book. I'll have to come back to this review when I'm not so raw, as it may be easier for me to outline all of my emotions.

What I will do is jot down some thoughts that I want to touch on with the review:

1. Lots of medical jargon. I'm in the medical field so I know the terms but I felt bad for someone reading without that knowledge. I think it would be hard to get some of that stuff.

2. Characters were so fantastic. Not necessarily even the twins, but the people in their lives, the lives they touched, and the lives that they weren't fortunate enough to be able to save.

3. Great world-building. I have never been to most of the places described in this book, but I felt like I was there.