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by Susan Farren

Author: Susan Farren
Subcategory: Regional U.S.
Language: English
Publisher: Hachette Books; First Edition edition (March 8, 2006)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.8
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The Fireman's Wife book. Susan Farren didn't plan on marrying a fireman  . Yes, I know it was a memoir, but it had every fireman cliche I know of.

The Fireman's Wife book. And I am a fireman's wife - 16 years and going strong. I understand that what she went through was rough, but a few things bothered me.

Susan Farren didn't plan on marrying a fireman. Having herself spent several years as a paramedic, she knew too well the dangers of the emergency profession. But as fate would have it, she met Dan-and everything changed. Suddenly she was married to a man who had wanted to be a fireman ever since he was a child, and she found herself faced with the sacrifices and struggles that accompany this challenging career.

This is a terrific book, Susan Orlean at her considerable best. Her only peer for nonfiction is John McPhee, in my opinion.

bringing to life a place and an institution that represents the very best of America: capacious, chaotic, tolerant and even hopeful, with faith in mobility of every kind, even, or perhaps especially, in the face of adversity. This is a terrific book, Susan Orlean at her considerable best.

Susan Farren didn’t plan on marrying a fireman. Being a fireman’s wife meant relocating her family, living without her husband for days at a time, and wondering every time she heard a siren if he would make it home safely. Ultimately, it also meant receiving the phone call every fireman’s wife fears may come: the news that her husband had been in an accident. Susan speaks on behalf of thousands of firemen’s wives nationwide–the women who hold down the fort while their husbands are on the job. Their sacrifice is our gain, and for the first time, this book tells their story.

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Susan Farren didn't plan on marrying a fireman. Having herself spent several years as a paramedic, she knew too well the dangers of the emergency profession. But as fate would have it, she met Dan--and everything changed. Suddenly she was married to a man who had wanted to be a fireman ever since he was a child, and she found herself faced with the sacrifices and struggles that accompany this challenging career. Being a fireman's wife meant relocating her family, living without her husband for days at a time, and wondering every time she heard a siren if he would make it home safely. Ultimately, it also meant receiving the phone call every fireman's wife fears may come: the news that her husband had been in an accident.Susan speaks on behalf of thousands of firemen's wives nationwide--the women who hold down the fort while their husbands are on the job. Their sacrifice is our gain, and for the first time, this book tells their story.