Sirens For the first time in one volume here are the true life stories that inspired the Channel television series Sirens started out as a blog written by Tom Reynolds a London ambulance driver That in

  • Title: Sirens
  • Author: Tom Reynolds
  • ISBN: 9780007419814
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the first time in one volume, here are the true life stories that inspired the Channel 4 television series.Sirens started out as a blog written by Tom Reynolds, a London ambulance driver.That, in turn, was published as two volumes of memoir.These have now been turned into a major new television series and are collected here in one volume for the first time.Sirens tellsFor the first time in one volume, here are the true life stories that inspired the Channel 4 television series.Sirens started out as a blog written by Tom Reynolds, a London ambulance driver.That, in turn, was published as two volumes of memoir.These have now been turned into a major new television series and are collected here in one volume for the first time.Sirens tells the story of what it is really like to work on the frontline of our emergency services It can be thrilling, it can be heartbreaking, it can be dangerous and it can sometimes be life affirming.But most of the time it is just plain annoying.

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    1. Absolutely hysterical.I have read this book twice and it has reduced me to tears of joy, laughter and sadness, all in equal measure both times.

    2. I've wanted to read this book since I saw the TV series way back in 2011. I recommended this to my Book Club, but alas, it didn't get picked.So with a grand total of £60 in vouchers for my birthday I ordered up all the books that I wanted to read.As a Care Assistant, health care does have an interest for me. I'm interested to see how other medical professionals view us. I've also always had a love for medical television, such as ER and Grey's Anatomy, but not once have I watched or read someth [...]

    3. Novela que recopila los dos libros que Tom Reynolds publicó con las posts de su blog en lo que hablaba de su trabajo como paramédico londinense.Esta edición salió con motivo del estreno en televisión de la serie titulada Sirens (que fracasó y yo aún lloro por ello), inspirada en estos libros. Como digo, el libro son las entradas de su blog, ergo no esperen capítulos al uso. Este modelo permite que sea muy fácil de leer, ya que son "capítulos" de media página a tres. No es una novela y [...]

    4. Amazing books!This two-books-in-one edition comprises blogs written by 'Tom Reynolds' (not his real name), a Paramedic. It's quite an extensive look into the life of an emergency ambulance worker, so much in it that will surprise you. There's humorous tales where people really should not have called the ambulance out! This sort of thing happens again and again. There's also some really sad stories. This really kept me enthralled, I couldn't put it down. Apparently the book inspired the TV series [...]

    5. I really wanted to read this book after seeing the television series 'Sirens', which, was based off of this book. The book is really honest and humorous (although you probably need to have a very dry/slightly mean sense of humour). One of the problems with this book is that the blog post can become quite repetitive. Another issue with the book was Tom Reynolds sometimes come across as rude and arrogant, he had no respect for other members of the healthcare professional (mental health professiona [...]

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