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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • Working Fire The Making of a Fireman
  • Zac Unger
  • English
  • 08 October 2019
  • 9780143034957

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READ & DOWNLOAD ä Working Fire The Making of a Fireman SUMMARY Working Fire The Making of a Fireman Rible in his uniform Working Fire is the story of how from this unlikely beginning Zac Unger came to feel at home among this close knit tribe came to master his work’s demands and came to know what it is to see the world through a firefighter’s. The book fighting fire The making of a Fireman By Zac Unger was very interesting and never once did I find it to be boring or bland I loved how the book used a lot of imagery so that the reader almost felt as if the experience was for real and could really depict what was going on I also loved how action packed the book was with the narrator always attending to a big fire or an emergency call in nearly every chapter What I disliked about the book was the repetition of the narrator explaining why he wanted to be a firefighter and what he has to do He does this multiple times from the start to the beginning and after a while it gets a bit boring What also stood out to me was when in chapter 15 the narrator reveals that a well known firefighter that he knew was killed in a fire What amazed me was how the narrator was able to make me feel sympathy for the firefighter who was killed because of how he described him Some parts that confused me was when at a fire the narrator would use all of these different machinery that I had no idea what they were or what they were used for This book really answers the uestion of what does it mean to be an American In the book the narrator always describes why he chose the job and what it means to serve the public For example in Chapter 15 the narrator describes I made a deal when I took this job I swore an oath to the citizens of Oakland We re always careful suicide is not heroic But the essence of my job will never change My life for theirs my health for their safety This shows what does it mean it be an American because he serves and protects the people of his community He puts everyone else before himself which shows he is a true American A uote that supports my book review is in chapter 16 When a firefighter dies it doesn t matter what city he worked for just that he did the work we all do took the same risks kissed his sleeping wife good bye in the morning and never let himself think for a second that it would be the last time he d ever do it This shows what sacrifices firefighters have to make and what it takes to be a firefighter I would recommend this book to high schoolers because it is a fun read and also very action packed and interesting I also recommend it to high schoolers because if anyone is considering a job as a firefighter it would be a good read because it explains and portrays what the life of a firefighter really is like Anticancer (Evol - dev't personnel) going on I also loved how action packed the book was with the narrator always attending to a big fire or an emergency call in nearly every chapter What I disliked about the book was the repetition of the narrator explaining why he wanted to be a firefighter and what he has to do He does this multiple times from the start to the beginning and after a while it The Feral The last Line Book One gets a bit boring What also stood out to me was when in chapter 15 the narrator reveals that a well known firefighter that he knew was killed in a fire What amazed me was how the narrator was able to make me feel sympathy for the firefighter who was killed because of how he described him Some parts that confused me was when at a fire the narrator would use all of these different machinery that I had no idea what they were or what they were used for This book really answers the uestion of what does it mean to be an American In the book the narrator always describes why he chose the job and what it means to serve the public For example in Chapter 15 the narrator describes I made a deal when I took this job I swore an oath to the citizens of Oakland We re always careful suicide is not heroic But the essence of my job will never change My life for theirs my health for their safety This shows what does it mean it be an American because he serves and protects the people of his community He puts everyone else before himself which shows he is a true American A uote that supports my book review is in chapter 16 When a firefighter dies it doesn t matter what city he worked for just that he did the work we all do took the same risks kissed his sleeping wife Le Comte de Monte Cristo good bye in the morning and never let himself think for a second that it would be the last time he d ever do it This shows what sacrifices firefighters have to make and what it takes to be a firefighter I would recommend this book to high schoolers because it is a fun read and also very action packed and interesting I also recommend it to high schoolers because if anyone is considering a job as a firefighter it would be a Planeta mediocrilor good read because it explains and portrays what the life of a firefighter really is like

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Working Fire The Making of a Fireman

READ & DOWNLOAD ä Working Fire The Making of a Fireman SUMMARY Working Fire The Making of a Fireman Eyes From the raw material of his days’ work alarm calls both harrowing and hilarious moments of triumph and grief Unger has forged a timeless story of finding one’s path and a rousing adventure about the bravery and sacrifice of everyday heroes. Zac Unger grew up in Oakland California with a desire to rescue people He channeled that into scuba diving and studying to become a forest ranger until his mother encouraged him to become a firemanRather than telescoping chapters that evolve from one another Working Fire unfolds in a series of essays This makes for some odd jumps in time where the reader senses uite a lot must have happened to get Unger where he was when the story unfolded One of those leaps seems central to the point of the memoirYou would think that a book called Working Fire would be primarily about fire its colors its hungers its beauties and dangers Several fires do appear in the pages of Unger s memoir as breathless set pieces that completely absorb the reader But though Unger continued to work as a fireman at some point he grew bored with waiting for fire to break out He went back for his paramedic certification so that he could actively save the lives of people who d dialed 911 The paradigm shift from saving buildings to saving people is huge but isn t explored in any detail The only training Unger recounts here is his initial academy experience before joining his first firehouse The point of that story seems to be that one needs to suppress any individuality one has in order to succeed In terms of being a fireman it is an important lesson but doesn t suit the arc of the book as much as exploring how he chose to get his hands bloody might haveThe fires Unger chooses to recount are strange ones the time he got lost in a smoky basement full of pipes and survived only because the other firemen got the flames put out the fire they couldn t reach because the hose was too short a grass fire in the Oakland hills finally a real battle inside an apartment I would have been happy with story after story about facing fireThat said the most emotionally intense event in the book involves no fire at all Unger s firetruck was summoned to an accident on the Oakland freeways A woman was pinned inside her black luxury car by the engine block in her lap As the firemen struggled to free her Unger crouched beside her and told her they were going to get her out One of the ambulance medics warns him to step back as soon as they pull the dashboard away from her That s when they always bleed out It s like they wait until you re ready to save them and then they just die on you Like it s a choice the unfortunate victim makes In the end the ambulance took the woman away and Unger never knew if she survivedThe heart of Unger s book comes in the chapter called Things I Wish I Didn t Know In it his prose approaches poetry Fire fighting is not about the fire It s about the save It s about keeping the flames from licking too deeply into a vulnerable life and wreaking havoc there In his final chapter he spells it out Fire fighting isn t really about fire in the same way that police work is obsessed with crimeFire fighting is not about the thing we conuer but about the things we save It s a distinction that I didn t understand until reading Unger s book Final Diagnosis grief Unger has forged a timeless story of finding one’s path and a rousing adventure about the bravery and sacrifice of everyday heroes. 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READ & DOWNLOAD ä Working Fire The Making of a Fireman SUMMARY Working Fire The Making of a Fireman Zac Unger didn’t feel like much of a fireman at first Most of his fellow recruits seemed to have planned for the job all their lives; he was an Ivy League grad responding to an ad at a bus stop He couldn’t keep his boots shined and he looked ter. Since my husband is a firefighter I ve read uite a few books on the subject I mostly read them because I find they re all over the house they wouldn t normally be my first choice Compared to other firefighting books this is 5 stars Working Fire stands out because it reads like it was written by an honest to God paycheck earning author not just a firefighter who has some good stories to tell I can t remember the last time I read a book that is this well written The author IS a firefighter though I m sure of it because of the accuracy in his descriptions of the daily life mindset and language I mean sometimes I turned to my husband and we laughed at how spot on he was His descriptions are refreshing thoughtful and often funny I d like to meet Zac Clever Anticancer (Evol - dev't personnel) grad responding to an ad at a bus stop He couldn’t keep his boots shined and he looked ter. Since my husband is a firefighter I ve read uite a few books on the subject I mostly read them because I find they re all over the house they wouldn t normally be my first choice Compared to other firefighting books this is 5 stars Working Fire stands out because it reads like it was written by an honest to God paycheck earning author not just a firefighter who has some The Feral The last Line Book One good stories to tell I can t remember the last time I read a book that is this well written The author IS a firefighter though I m sure of it because of the accuracy in his descriptions of the daily life mindset and language I mean sometimes I turned to my husband and we laughed at how spot on he was His descriptions are refreshing thoughtful and often funny I d like to meet Zac Clever