A review of the above book
"Medical students in the 1960s didn't have it as easy as today's students but they appear to have worked hard, played hard & benefited from the expertise of excellent teachers who taught them value and integrity along with medicine. Dr.Veerasingam who was a medical faculty student during this period....shares humorous anecdotes that are often politically incorrect and which border on the risque' while remaining free of malice. One cannot help but be taken up with the story-telling and the chances are that you will begin recounting these vignettes to your family, around the dinner table long before you even get to the end of the book".
..."This is, indeed, a little gem of a book; wickedly funny, entertaining and deeply evocative at times; a lovely slice of topical, Sri Lankan, post-colonial history. The stories and characters are as real as they are unforgettable. Veerasingam is a fine storyteller and has shown considerable skill in the way he has used the valuable template provided by his batch-mates to create a fascinating picture of what life was like at Medical College in the sixties. The editor too has done a good job in cleaning up the manuscript ..."
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