TONES: Confessions, Perspectives, and Reflections of a Paramedic, is a true story of one man who chose a career in one medical field, the Paramedic. Wanting only to make a difference, the author was taken on a journey that would bring him to his knees, and make him question his own moral fiber. Through his honest and at times embarrassing tales, the reader will be thrust into the reality of the front line of emergency medicine, the EMS worker. This is a no holds barred look into the life of one person's experiences that also mirror those of many. Emergency work, politics, religion and other social topics are all fare game. Controversial at times, TONES will evoke almost every emotion as it brings into context the raw truth behind one man's life as a Paramedic. TONES: Confessions, Perspectives, and Reflections of a Parammedic, written by Retired EMS (Emergency Medical Services) worker David Ryden, is the brutally honest personal account of the authors experiences. TONES reveals the raw truth of one man's life as a Paramedic, as well as his thoughts and opinions on many social topics that affect us all.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1462691404