After becoming doctors, when college and medical school were over for them,. Influenced by the wrong crowd or the environment surrounding you can also have an impact as well. A story about changing your life, and the lives of those you love most. Since the importance of mentoring is stressed by The Three Doctors and by the film, Spark Media has developed relationships with numerous mentoring organizations, including Future Black Men, African American Male Leadership Institute, and the Maryland Mentoring Partnership. When done reading this very inspiring novel, The Pact makes you realize that you can really do anything you put your mind to.
We did this because we hope that our story will inspire others, so that even those young people who feel trapped by their circumstances, or pulled by peer pressure in the wrong directions, might look for a way out not through drugs, alcohol, crime, or dares but through the power of friendship. Now, years later, these three men have overcome countless obstacles and proudly bear the subtitle of doctor, serving as the face of health and education for youth and families across our country. All three boys are trying to make it from a ruff New Jers When done reading this very inspiring novel, The Pact makes you realize that you can really do anything you put your mind to. The best part of this book is that you get to see how all three characters experience their struggles. The novel is written by the three main characters whose names are Drs. This book is a great read and very inspiring. I think this is a good book because you get to read about their lifestyle in chunks.
My struggling readers were able to relate to the personal stories of these fine men as told in their own voices---as if they were sitting face-to-face. That was the curiosity the dentist saw in me the day I showed up at his office to get braces. I would recommend this book to everyone. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt are not only friends to this day—they are all doctors. The memoir The Pact by Drs.
This book also goes back and forth with all three writers telling there part of the story. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt with Lisa Frazier Page, is the true story of how three young men join forces to beat the odds and become doctors. The Pact is about believing in yourself and reaching your goals. I think this book made me realize that having very tough childhoods and hanging out with the wrong crew can't stop you from achieving your goal. They went onto starting a charity, writing books, and giving interviews based on the lessons their pact taught them. Some of that is ugly and difficult to admit, and we suffered pain and other consequences.
By far, I promise, I have never felt such a sense of emotion in another book as I did in this one. This book had really changed my outlook on school and hardwork. They grew up thinking that they would never make it and that they weren't allowed to go to college. A New York Times best-seller, this is a story about the power of friendship, beating the odds and changing your life and the lives of those you love. The Pact is powerful and inspiring as it shows the importance of good decision making in all aspects alike. We were sure we had been robbed. My stepfather didn't care much for sports, so we couldn't bond while watching the Knicks on television or sharing hot dogs at Mets games at Shea Stadium.
But one day these three young men made a pact. Unfortunately, some of them may find out too late that it just doesn't work that way. Main Author: Other Authors: , Format: Book Language: English Published: Riverhead Books, 2003 Edition: First Riverhead trade paperback edition. My brother took full advantage of her leniency. Living around an environment of drugs, gangs, and violence and kids there age get into that mess and die everyday. These things include violence, anger, and therefore arrests.
It urges one to run that extra mile as it shows how even the least unexpected human being can accomplish big things if they learn to balance their time. I certainly understand that may seem like the only way, especially when you don't have a lot of support from home and you are surrounded by many others who have chosen that route. The amount of inspiration that you receive from reading this book is huge. This book really caught my attention, because I like reading about true events and stuff that actually happened. In the next chapter, the three of them took the test to see if they could continue with the next course. The complex operated like a co-op. A story about changing your life, and the lives of those you love most…together.
The memoir The Pact by Drs. Not just to become doctors but to make it in life and get out of the projects. These 3 men really proved that hard work really does pay off in the long run. I never saw life break her down. The authors provide a lot of information to really make you realize how much of a struggle it was growing up and their family problems. After finishing this book, it really makes you wish there was a sequel. The friendship they share truly does inspire others.
As teens, they made a pact to stick together through college and medical school, to help one another reach their goals. There were no doctors or lawyers walking their streets. This book shows that hard work does pay off. The reason I choose to read this book was for class. And there was no greater gift for a smart kid growing up in a place where dreams were snatched away all the time.