Sub-Prime

Sub Prime Two powerless beings are swept together in a transient struggle for survival Could the human spirit transcend the brutality and indifference of their brief experience before they are once again swept

  • Title: Sub-Prime
  • Author: Emma Calin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two powerless beings are swept together in a transient struggle for survival Could the human spirit transcend the brutality and indifference of their brief experience before they are once again swept helplessly apart Far than a love story this is a story about love.Part of Emma Calin s Love in a Hopeless Place Collection a series of stand alone titles AvailablTwo powerless beings are swept together in a transient struggle for survival Could the human spirit transcend the brutality and indifference of their brief experience before they are once again swept helplessly apart Far than a love story this is a story about love.Part of Emma Calin s Love in a Hopeless Place Collection a series of stand alone titles Available as an individual e book or as a part of the boxed set These titles are linked by a common theme exploring relationships, love and survival within a contemporary working class background.

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    1. Everything I have read by this author is interesting and intriguing. This is a very short story but one I will continue to think about because I enjoy both the written details and all the truth that is under the surface and must be examined over and over again. I particularly like that the main character in this story must face his own fear of an ugly aspect a new job requires, but manages to do so for good reasons by the end of the story. The secondary character remains shrouded in mystery and [...]

    2. When Mike loses his job, and can't find another after long searching, he swallows his pride and goes to work in one of those "farms" where turkeys are slaughtered and plucked. It's a big comedown, especially when this big strong man discovers he is unable to kill a bird. "The neck was warm and living. He could feel its pulse as if it were his baby son."Mike gets help from a Roma waif working alongside him at the plant. This plain girl, who speaks almost no English, does his killing for him while [...]

    3. This gritty short story hooked me from the first page, and kept me interested throughout. It's a slice-of-life story: Stark-but-not-bleak setting which resonated perfectly with me. I felt for the character, and empathized strongly. Well worth reading, and I'm looking forward to reading more from this same author.

    4. This is a hard-hitting short story set in a bleak environment. It is brutal and to be honest quite shocking but feels very real. A tale of human survival when the chips are down and although bleak it comments beautifully on the strength of the human spirit in adversity. Short but moving and very well written.

    5. The hardships of life and how we see them and go through them and how it effects us. Not my usual read but liked it after reading it. I recommend it. It gives you something to think about. I was given a review copy and voluntarily review it.

    6. with a family to feed and mortgage payments to meet, Mike settles for "casual labor" at Celestial Farms. for Mike, the working conditions are not that bad but the job requirements are - preparing and slaughtering prime live turkeys. the term Sub-Prime refers to loans or mortgages supplied to those with lower credit ratings. according to Yahoo Answers, Sub-Prime could also mean stay away, corrupt, better luck next time, a sucker's born every minute and clean up your act (yhoo/ycKWp9). i find thes [...]

    7. Received in exchange for an honest review. Sub-Prime was a gritty story. I understood the story, but its missing a lot of development and details. Mike is jobless and down on his luck with a wife and child at home. He takes a job, not a great one killing turkeys. Which he can't do because he's not into killing. Then the girl he meets takes pity and does it all for him without the boss noticing. This goes on for a bit. She comes in one day and clearly was abused and then it sorta ends her being s [...]

    8. "Sub-prime" by Emma Calin is a short story of working an unbearable job that unemployed Mike takes to try to support his family and the mounting bills the are becoming very oprressive. The story speaks of the humanity and realities of life and survival.

    9. I found this to be an interesting, quick read. It shows the brutal reality Mike faces when he can't find work. Life is harsh and he does what he has to. This was different then most books I read but I found it to be a good read.

    10. It was different than I am use to reading and I would of liked to have read more. Wondered what became of the girl and did Mike keep working. Felt sorry for both.

    11. A well written little tale. Serves to remind that under the right circumstances people will do anything and that no matter how low you think you've gone there is always someone worse off.

    12. Interesting perspective on the taking of life. Calin does a good job in a very limited number of pages. Short but well written.

    13. I agree with those here saying that the story line was good but the story was too short and the characters underdeveloped and no real conclusion. I wanted more!

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