Do Not Resuscitate Book Ú 302 pages ✓ Naturaltreatment

Book Do Not Resuscitate

Do Not Resuscitate Book Ú 302 pages ✓ Naturaltreatment ð Jim Frost thinks that when you’re dead you’re dead Gone Finished Kaput But on the eve of his seventy third birthday his daughter suggests he have his brain downloaded to a microchip for safekeeping and Jim is forced to consider what it really means toRned with his plasma TV high speed Internet and continual supply of hash twentysomething Jim takes an under the table job off Craigslist delivering mysterious red coolers to strangers in cafés in an effort to pay the bills But when Jim’s enigmatic employer asks him to fly to North Korea for a delivery Jim starts to wonder what he’s gotten himself into Nice easy fun book I really enjoyed the story and the lighthearted feel throughout the book The only complaint is the ending It ended so abruptly and felt like a large chunk was missing Overall still a really good book

Nicholas Ponticello Å Do Not Resuscitate Mobi

Jim Frost thinks that when you’re dead you’re dead Gone Finished Kaput But on the eve of his seventy third birthday his daughter suggests he have his brain downloaded to a microchip for safekeeping and Jim is forced to consider what it really means to die and what it might mean to live forever Recipient of the 2015 Green Book Festival honorable mention I can't explainI'm not really sure what it was about this book that I found so enjoyable but enjoy it I didIt's the memoirs of Jim Frost a rather cantankerous old gent who through no real effort of his own became a wealthy and well known celebrity The book is in no particular order going back and forth through events as they happen to occur to Jim There's not much really going on; catastrophic events are mentioned in an offhand casual way Nothing really happens And that's why I can't explain what made this so compelling to meOh and the ending is just too abrupt It didn't suit the ebb and flow of Jim's story it was too jarringResults I thought it strange and oddly compelling and I'm still unsure what it was actually about

Book Ç Do Not Resuscitate Å Nicholas Ponticello

Do Not ResuscitateIn fiction and semi finalist in the 2015 Kindle Book Awards Do Not Resuscitate is the firsthand account of Jim Frost an aging misanthropist who witnessed the rise and fall of the United States as a world power the digitalization of the planet the advent of the water wars and the near collapse of the global economy Yet he remains impervious to it all Conce Once I started reading this book was something to look forward to I'd call it a page turner but I read electronically Jim Frost the main character at 73 looks back at his life which has been unorthodox due to his mysterious job as a young man of picking up and making deliveries involving small red coolers He's thinking back because his daughter wants him to get his memories essence downloaded to a microchip for prosperity although Jim himself is not too into the idea This is a story where Jim at 73 is in the year 2035 or thereabouts and things have changed although not for the better Jim has fared well despite the environmental and economic changes depicted It may just his make up but Jim's insight and humor makes sense of his past as the mystery of what's in the coolers plays out This is uite simply a wonderful book