Good books about surgery/medicine?
bluebellbkk: Start with 'Do No Harm'
Start with 'Do No Harm': Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery', by British neurosurgeon Henry Marsh. It's a series of chapters about incidents in his long career, written for the general reader and certainly OK for an interested 13-year-old. After that, go on to similar books by American surgeon Atul Gawande.
Marli: Brain : the complete mind
Brain : the complete mind : how it develops, how it works, and how to keep it sharp Sweeney, Michael S. is a likely book. Note the Dewey Decimal Classification number and the Library of Congress Subject headings. See if it or books like it are in your library, or if they can be borrowed from elsewhere. Innovation is rapid in surgery and medicine, so today's books will be seriously out of date by the time you are in med school. Still you are wise to get and maintain a good understanding of what you need to know. Keep in touch with your guidance councillor and your librarians
Blueb. has some good suggestions. I would also recommend the works of Oliver Sachs.
The Surgeon's Mate by Patrick O'Brian
coma by robin cook
Look for them at your local library and ask for help from one of the librarians and then you can borrow it without the expense of buying it until you are sure that you like it plus if they don't have it then they can get it from another library on loan.
" but i don’t want to do endless studying " Becoming a M.D. involves a LOT of study. Then surgeon. Then neurosurgeon . You need four years Pre-med. Four years medical school .Training in each of the specialties .In ten yours from now, if all goes well and your study endlessly, you will just begin medical school. Good luck .