Anatomy is a love story set in the medical world. Dana Schwartz tells the tale of two young people who are trying to find their way in life, and ends up finding each other along the way. It’s a heartfelt and honest account of first loves and how they can sometimes be so intense that they feel like nothing else matters in the world.
For who is this book for ?
It’s for young adults who are interested in the medical world, and want to read a love story that is realistic and honest.
- The characters are believable and relatable
- The plot is interesting and keeps the reader hooked
- It’s a great read for any age group
- It is a little bit slow in the beginning
- The ending might be too cheesy for some people
- It is not very well written
Learn more about the author
Dana Schwartz is a teen & young adult author from Long Island, New York. She graduated from Brown University in 2014, and currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
“Anatomy is the perfect title for this novel. It’s a story with hidden meanings, just like an anatomy chart. Dana Schwartz has written a beautiful and complex love story that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.”
“Anatomy is an interesting and unique book. Dana Schwartz takes a different approach to the love story by setting it in a medical school environment. I really enjoyed her characters and their development throughout the novel.”
“I absolutely LOVED this book! Dana Schwartz tells an amazing and heartfelt story about two young people who find themselves in the medical world. It’s a tale of first loves, passion, and how everything can change in the blink of an eye.”
“This book was amazing! It is such a realistic portrayal of teenage love and all the ups and downs that come with it. I could not put it down!”