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Being an American in ian wasn't something twelve-year-old Brandon Rogers liked to advertise. His father had left his Indian heritage behind when he went to college and Brandon had grown up in suburbia-just a regular kid. Who neededembarrassing mumbo-jumbo to make you look different? But then Brandon...
As they race to and from emergency calls, as they wait and watch, and as they administer aid to the traumatized, paramedics tell stories. Their tales disclose much about how they view their own profession. Their duties are much more complex than the dramatic portrayals that reach the living roo...
Jason's father is a compulsively orderly accountant, while Jason, a witty right-brainer, prefers to wing it. Algebra confounds him. His bedroom is a mess, and that's how he likes it. But lately, Jason's father seems to be trying to force good-natured Jason into his mold. Jason's pop has gone from be...