The following brief review was published in the Midwest Book:

You can learn alot about something, just not in the ways you suspect. “Doing Nothing” is a novel from Neil Kurtzman as he presents the tale of the education of Richard Grollman in Medical school, and the madness he encounters as a resident and student in the medical field. With discouragement and lessons in many directions, “Doing Nothing” is a humorous read of medicine and how anything really gets done, highly recommended.

John Taylor
Bookwatch June 2012
Midwest Book Review