Take The Risk, Dr. Ben Carson M.D. Pca English 12 Book Report

421 words - 2 pages

Meshach Roman Lesson 100
1/24/2018
Critical Book Review for ‘Take the Risk: Learning to Identify, Choose, and Live with Acceptable Risk’ by Dr. Ben Carson
Those who take calculated and carefully thought out risks will find success in the end . Take the Risk: Learning to Identify, Choose, and Live with Acceptable Risk is written by renowned brain surgeon, Dr. Ben Carson. It is a biography and a self-help book at the same time. The book outlines his experiences growing up and as the title states, it is all about the risks he took and invites us to do the same if we want to achieve greater successes. The main objective of this book is for us to embrace risk and look at it as something that can make your life better and more fulfilling.
Dr. Carson starts with a long introduction that covers two chapters with the attempted separation of Iranian twins. These two young female lawyers, Laden and Laleh, are both connected to each other at the base of their skull. They both desperately wanted to lead separate lives and gain their independence from each other. Dr. Carson strongly advised against the risk as the procedure is risky and extremely complicated. The surgery is a big team effort of experts with the world...

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