The title really does the book justice as you will see by the end of the book how the stories stick with you long after you read them.
This well written, emotional collection of stories is one that you won’t put down until you’ve reached the final chapter.
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It's not a book to "relax" with, but the stories are tightly written and do not go on excessively long, so it keeps you nicely stressed for a manageable amount of time.
There are less than two weeks until the Multistate Essay Examination!She was a "free range" kid before the term was coined and a single mother at seventeen.Life in her not-very-affluent rural community was so different from anything I have known and she writes simply but evocatively. Not only is this a captivating and heart wrenching book to read for everyone, I believe it should be a must read for anyone who may be considering becoming a Paramedic or EMT. The traditional role of working in an ambulance service as a Paramedic can at times, be physically, mentally and emotionally demanding, and the shift patterns interfering with family commitments and interrupting social relationships can be difficult to manage.But job satisfaction is high, paramedics give life, deal with death and everything in between.You can feel your senses awaken to the sights and smells of the sma Not only is this a captivating and heart wrenching book to read for everyone, I believe it should be a must read for anyone who may be considering becoming a Paramedic or EMT.You can feel your senses awaken to the sights and smells of the small agriculture town as you read each chapter.(One hesitates to use the word "etc.", but it continues in that vein.) It's written like a medical television drama.It's not a book to "relax" with, but the stories are tightly written and do not go on excessively l Affecting true personal stories from a former paramedic when her job led her to respond to calls and find people in various states of life-threatening trauma: giving birth to a deformed infant in a toilet, shot by a boyfriend and dumped in a ditch, attempting suicide with a knife...A great read to de-stress although sad at times gives a good reminder that human nature is inherently one that grows stronger with relationships and wants everyone to live. A year ago I read SILENT SIREN by paramedic Matthew Sias and I still think it's one of the most out-standing books I've ever read.Sias has spent decades in the field and is not a "recovering" paramedic, but a very active one.