Book Review: Emotional Paramedics By Susan E. Barton

October 11, 2016

Title: Emotional Paramedics

Author: Susan E. Barton

Series: N/A, stand-alone novel

Publication Date: August 18, 2016

Page Count:201

Genre: YA, coming of age, Homelessness & Poverty

Format: eBook

Source: ARC

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MY REVIEW:

This book is a wonderful example for a messed up life, and how to come out of one. This book touched me in so many ways, showed me the dark side and the kind side of humanity. August is a kind, strong, intelligent young women living in a world of chaos. Her mom (Alis) is a slutty hooker that doesn't think twice about her daughter's well-being, even when August is in physical danger and constantly being sexually assaulted. But she also get some love, from her half sister and her grandmother that for some reason never manage to win custody of her. Then she died and August lost the only light of her life, while her mom uses her to get hands on the inheritance that August's grandmother left her. 

 

After she was kicked out of a house from Alis' rapist boyfriend, August found herself in a kind and caring family that gave her the love that she had lacked for a long time in her life. 

 

The plot-line brought us up and down into a roller coaster ride, with multi-dimensional characters with extremely well-written plot-line and writing techniques. This is a book that is worth every penny and everyone should read. 

 

 

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