Black Flies - Shannon Burke Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099535491 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Shannon Burke / Paperback / 192 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Vintage
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by - written on 21/10/10, updated on 17/11/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
"When everything is meaningless, including the life or death of the people around you, then the door is left open to be evil, really fucking evil." Ollie Cross has failed to get into medical school. While he thinks about what he plans to do, he takes a job as a paramedic on the tough streets of Harlem, New York City, and finds his whole perspective on life and death beginning to shift. One of the first lessons for him is the importance of teamwork, and of building up a good working relationship with his colleagues, and particularly his partner on the shift. At first Rutkovsky just seems hardened, cynical and uncaring, but Ollie gradually ... Read the complete review
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