Anything Goes finds Garven Wilsonhulme, a boyish prankster, champion college wrestler, and sociopathic driven competitor struggling his way to the pinnacle of success in his university life. There is nothing he will not do to get into medical school–nothing. He is willing to use his friends, destroy his enemies, lie, cheat, and steal to get there if that is what it takes. Anything Goes is the story of how that success is achieved and at what cost–to himself, to his family, and even to his friends. That cost includes alienating the most prominent professor at Stanford, which is only the beginning of his willingness to take on all comers in the jungle of modern competition.
Author : Carl Douglass Author Tag Line :
Neurosurgeon Turned Author Writes With Gripping Realism
Author Carl Douglass is a former neurosurgeon turned author who writes with gripping realism about the chutes and ladders world of medical academia, private neurosurgical practice, and the world of corporate medicine. Anything Goes is the second ?of his books that focuses on the enormous competition among brilliant men and women, all determined to make their mark in an ultimately demanding training program and profession. The fascinating experiences of his real world became the background for his fiction. Douglass is a consummate raconteur.