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REVIEW ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Susan Stellin CHARACTERS Chancers õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Susan Stellin Ô 6 CHARACTERS In this powerful dual memoir a reporter and a photographer tell their gripping story of falling in love the heroin habit that drove them apart and the unlikely way a criminal conviction brought them back together   When Susan Stellin asked Graham MacIndoe to shoot her author photo for an upcoming travel book she barely knew him except for a few weekends with mutual friends at a summer house in Montauk He was a gregarious divorced Scotsman who had recently gotten sober; she was an independent New Yorker who decided to take a chance on a rough around the edges guy But their relatio. I ve long been appalled and embarrassed that the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world primarily because of the ridiculous and losing war on drugs According to one source we make up 44 percent of the world s population and 22 percent of the incarceration rate It s unbelievably expensive to tax payers to maintain this but we do get to exploit free labor after all For example the forest fires in Southern California are fought by real firefighters who get paid and low level drugalcohol offenders meaning they have a problem with substance abuse but are not violent make up the rest of the wildfire firefighting teamThis book is written from the perspective of a journalist who fell in love with a photographer Susan knew that Graham had been to rehab and uit drinking It took her longer to realize that while he gave up alcohol he took up crack and heroinThis is partially a true story about loving someone with an unhealthy relationship to illegal drugs but it s also about how our prison system treats people with addiction issues Mainly they don t treat them for the problem but punish them for having it It s also about how cruel our immigration system is Graham is Scottish He d been working as a successful commercial photographer in the States for 18 years when he got busted for possession So after serving time in Rikers for possession instead of being released he was whisked away by immigration where he wasn t given a lawyer and it took weeks to even see a judge He writes in the book that a mass murderer who is a US citizen has infinitely rights than an immigrant even one with a green card He writes that several of the people there had families here and only knew the United States They didn t know a single person from their country of origin where they d be flown back to with no money or possessions for minor crimes Like the Gulf War veteran who got into a bar fight defending Bush for declaring war This happened in 2010 under the Obama administration I cannot begin to imagine the hell of even documented immigrants today Graham was incredibly lucky in some ways because he speaks English and could afford an immigration lawyer and he had Susan a trained journalist exhaustively fighting for him outside the prison walls This is a fast read about a sad topic For reviews please visit No hay as felices Verónica Rosenthal #3 unlikely way a criminal conviction brought them back together   When Susan Stellin asked Graham MacIndoe to shoot her author photo for an Poesía reunida upcoming travel book she barely knew him except for a few weekends with mutual friends at a summer house in Montauk He was a gregarious divorced Scotsman who had recently gotten sober; she was an independent New Yorker who decided to take a chance on a rough around the edges guy But their relatio. 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REVIEW ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Susan Stellin CHARACTERS Chancers õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Susan Stellin Ô 6 CHARACTERS Ide from brownstone Brooklyn to a prison cell his gut wrenching efforts to get clean and his fight to avoid getting exiled far away from his son and the life he built over twenty years   Beautifully written brutally honest yet filled with suspense and hope Chancers will resonate with anyone who has been touched by the heartache of addiction the nightmare of incarceration or the tough choice of leaving or staying with someone who is struggling on the road to recovery By sharing their story Susan and Graham show the value of talking about topics many of us are too scared to address. I won this book through a Goodreads Giveaway from Bdreads Thanks so much for the opportunity to read this amazing book It s probably not a book I would pick out to read but once I started I found it very hard to put down This is a powerful dual memoir a reporter and a photographer from NY who tell their gripping story of falling in love the heroin habit that drove them apart and the unlikely way a criminal conviction brought them back together You can t help but become involved in their struggleIn alternately chapters Susan and Graham offer two perspectives on a relationship that endures against long odds Graham s account from the ravages of addiction to the chain of events that led to his arrest and imprisonment at Rikers is mind bending and heart wrenching Graham gives a stark riveting description of his slide from owning a brownstone in Brooklyn to a prison cell his gut wrenching efforts to get clean and his fight to avoid getting exiled far away from his son and the life he built here in the US for over twenty years A lot of what he wrote about prison life and the system was an eye opener for me Susan also struggles as she tries to distance herself from Graham and then she decides to follow her instincts to try and help himThis is a beautifully written and brutally honest book and my thanks go out to both of them for writing this remarkable memoir Highly recommend When googgling his name I ran across a site of some of the photos he took from a timed camera during his addiction I do hope that some of his photos are made into a book I loved the font used for the printing of this book Mapa Regional Castilla y León, Madrid (Carte regionali) us are too scared to address. I won this book through a Goodreads Giveaway from Bdreads Thanks so much for the opportunity to read this amazing book It s probably not a book I would pick out to read but once I started I found it very hard to put down This is a powerful dual memoir a reporter and a photographer from NY who tell their gripping story of falling in love the heroin habit that drove them apart and the Catalina y Catalina unlikely way a criminal conviction brought them back together You can t help but become involved in their struggleIn alternately chapters Susan and Graham offer two perspectives on a relationship that endures against long odds Graham s account from the ravages of addiction to the chain of events that led to his arrest and imprisonment at Rikers is mind bending and heart wrenching Graham gives a stark riveting description of his slide from owning a brownstone in Brooklyn to a prison cell his gut wrenching efforts to get clean and his fight to avoid getting exiled far away from his son and the life he built here in the US for over twenty years A lot of what he wrote about prison life and the system was an eye opener for me Susan also struggles as she tries to distance herself from Graham and then she decides to follow her instincts to try and help himThis is a beautifully written and brutally honest book and my thanks go out to both of them for writing this remarkable memoir Highly recommend When googgling his name I ran across a site of some of the photos he took from a timed camera during his addiction I do hope that some of his photos are made into a book I loved the font A lingua de fora used for the printing of this book

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REVIEW ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Susan Stellin CHARACTERS Chancers õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Susan Stellin Ô 6 CHARACTERS Nship was soon tested when Susan discovered that Graham still had a drug habit he was hiding   From their harrowing portrayal of the ravages of addiction to the stunning chain of events that led to Graham’s arrest and imprisonment at Rikers Island Chancers unfolds in alternating chapters that offer two perspectives on a relationship that ultimately endures against long odds Susan follows Graham down the rabbit hole of the American criminal justice system determined to keep him from becoming another casualty of the war on drugs Graham gives a stark riveting description of his sl. One couple s memoir of their relationship that survived the brutal grip of addiction Chancers Addiction Prison Recovery Love recalled by author Susan Stellin and Scottish American photographer Graham MacIndoe Truly a heartwarming story of the redemption and power of love to triumph over the harshest conditions and adversitiesThis unlikely couple reconnected through a photo shoot several years after meeting through mutual friends Despite Graham being twice divorced this didn t set off alarm bells Graham shared so openly with Susan there were explanations Graham was the father of a teenage son Neither one had ever felt that deep profound connection with anyone else before After a whirlwind trip to Hawaii Susan discovered Graham s drug paraphernalia hidden behind a bathroom mirror How could this have happened Susan would uestion every notion and belief she ever had regarding love and trust in relationships The story unfolds over many years Susan successfully published her first book and continued writing moving near Graham s brownstone in Brooklyn It was nearly impossible to keep up with Graham with the secrecy and lies associated with addiction Susan bailed him out of Riker s once it was impossible to continue a romance though the couple remained in touch as friends Not surprisingly Graham would lose everything with another prison term at Ricker s for drug possession and wrote of the horror of being chained to other prisoners while in the throes of dope sickness The process of facing his own truth s possible deportation never seeing his son again recovering in prison and staying clean were huge obstacles he would face as he worked his way back to the only lasting love he had ever knownSusan would miss out on many milestones of most women her age engagements weddings marriage and children After three years feeling paralyzed and unable to move on after all the self analysis Susan provided one of the most articulate reasons for discontinuing therapyTherapy has been enormously helpful to me in many many ways but something about constantly uestioning and analyzing everything in my life was getting me down I need some space to see what s working and what s not so I can get a clearer sense of what I want to address or changeOut of contact with Graham for a long period of time Susan was greatly concerned fearing he might have died from an overdose she tracked him down through prison records online How they would reconnect was nothing short of miraculous The second half of the book moves at a snails pace yet shows the frustration of dealing with prison officials bureaucracy and the cold hard facts of criminal justice Graham s immigration attorney would encourage them to reconnect through letters which would help articulate on deep seated issues This is an inspiring unforgettable story of love surviving against unmerciful unthinkable oddsMuch appreciation and thanks to Ballantine Books for sponsoring the Goodreads Give aways where I won a copy of this book for the purpose of review The Very Expensive Coconut unfolds in alternating chapters that offer two perspectives on a relationship that The Truth About Me A Hijra Life Story ultimately endures against long odds Susan follows Graham down the rabbit hole of the American criminal justice system determined to keep him from becoming another casualty of the war on drugs Graham gives a stark riveting description of his sl. One couple s memoir of their relationship that survived the brutal grip of addiction Chancers Addiction Prison Recovery Love recalled by author Susan Stellin and Scottish American photographer Graham MacIndoe Truly a heartwarming story of the redemption and power of love to triumph over the harshest conditions and adversitiesThis Ayodhya unlikely couple reconnected through a photo shoot several years after meeting through mutual friends Despite Graham being twice divorced this didn t set off alarm bells Graham shared so openly with Susan there were explanations Graham was the father of a teenage son Neither one had ever felt that deep profound connection with anyone else before After a whirlwind trip to Hawaii Susan discovered Graham s drug paraphernalia hidden behind a bathroom mirror How could this have happened Susan would May God Bless You Dear uestion every notion and belief she ever had regarding love and trust in relationships The story The Sun that Rose from the Earth unfolds over many years Susan successfully published her first book and continued writing moving near Graham s brownstone in Brooklyn It was nearly impossible to keep Sonetos del Amor Oscuro ; Divan del Tamarit up with Graham with the secrecy and lies associated with addiction Susan bailed him out of Riker s once it was impossible to continue a romance though the couple remained in touch as friends Not surprisingly Graham would lose everything with another prison term at Ricker s for drug possession and wrote of the horror of being chained to other prisoners while in the throes of dope sickness The process of facing his own truth s possible deportation never seeing his son again recovering in prison and staying clean were huge obstacles he would face as he worked his way back to the only lasting love he had ever knownSusan would miss out on many milestones of most women her age engagements weddings marriage and children After three years feeling paralyzed and Cómo viajar sin ver unable to move on after all the self analysis Susan provided one of the most articulate reasons for discontinuing therapyTherapy has been enormously helpful to me in many many ways but something about constantly Three Merchants of Bombay uestioning and analyzing everything in my life was getting me down I need some space to see what s working and what s not so I can get a clearer sense of what I want to address or changeOut of contact with Graham for a long period of time Susan was greatly concerned fearing he might have died from an overdose she tracked him down through prison records online How they would reconnect was nothing short of miraculous The second half of the book moves at a snails pace yet shows the frustration of dealing with prison officials bureaucracy and the cold hard facts of criminal justice Graham s immigration attorney would encourage them to reconnect through letters which would help articulate on deep seated issues This is an inspiring Malgudi Adventures unforgettable story of love surviving against Python of Pura Malai and Other Stories unmerciful SuperFreakonomics Global Cooling Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance unthinkable oddsMuch appreciation and thanks to Ballantine Books for sponsoring the Goodreads Give aways where I won a copy of this book for the purpose of review


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  • Hardcover
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  • Chancers
  • Susan Stellin
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  • 20 August 2018
  • 9781101882740