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    [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk Joanne Ramos ä 2 Review Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Joanne Ramos The Farm is a place where women especially immigrants go to serve as surrogates for wealthy families while living in spa like surroundings These women are handsomely paid for their services making it a win win for both partiesOh man

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    Characters The Farm Joanne Ramos ä 2 Review [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk The Farm is a story about women serving as surrogates hosts for wealthy clients at Golden Oaks a private estate in New York The host selection process is intense and competitive but offers a large financial reward for those selected w

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    [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk Joanne Ramos ä 2 Review The Farm is a biting social commentary Joanne Ramos is outraged in a good way Her outrage simmers below the surface at times Other times it boils over At first glance the novel appears as an indictment of the one percent and their exploitation

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    [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk “The Farm” called “Golden Oaks” is a surrogacy Farm Women are impregnated with sperm to host a child Most of the ‘host women’ are black Caribbean immigrant women They need jobs the money is good The cli

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    [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk This was an ok read but could have been even better The Farm is a place where young women are recruited to become surrogate mothers for wealthy clients The recruits are watched at all times even their emails are monitored they have a prescribed diet and an exercise plan they have to adhere to Motivated by the hefty cash b

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    [ KINDLE The Farm ] author Joanne Ramos – nettlecombewestsomerset.co.uk 25 ‘Meh’ StarsA bit predictable one dimensional the only thing that wasn’t flat for me is the image on the cover The ending is oddly disconnected to the rest of the book as though there’s an entire thought process or some key informa

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The Farm is a place where women especially immigrants o to serve as surrogates for wealthy families while living in spa Like Surroundings These Women Are surroundings These women are paid for their services making it a win win for both partiesOh man this could have been such a On Disgust great book If you dive into this book thinking you reetting a nightmarish Handmaid s Tale ish take on a baby harvesting farm then you re oing to be disappointedThis is a story about class and privilege and the disparity between the high and low ends of the spectrum The wealthy achieving their oals on the back of those less fortunate has always been the way in America and this story New Menopausal Years gives a uniue take on that truth in America you only need to know how to make money Money buys everything elseAfter reading this book I feel like the author promised than she deliveredThe entire book hints at some underlying eviloing on at the farm yet nothing ever happens on that front The Farm itself is pretty straightforward leaving the story to rest solely on the characters namely the surrogatesAside from Jane the main character we don t learn a whole lot about the other surrogates the wealthy parents to be or the people running the farm Although Joanne Ramos has written a book featuring a timely subject matter her telling of the story falls flat on all frontsI received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The Farm is a biting social commentary Joanne Ramos is outraged in a Faja (Naslouchač, good way Her outrage simmers below the surface at times Other times it boils over At firstlance the novel appears as an indictment of the one percent and their exploitation of the poor But for Golden Oaks the novel s high end surrogacy business to thrive the desperation of poor surrogates is only one component of the story Golden Oaks also depends on the complicity of the slightly better off poor the cold ambition of the white collar class and the ood intentions of the socially conscious affluent Perhaps the most chilling aspect of the story is that there doesn t seem to be anything standing in the way of a facility like Golden Oaks operating in real life This is troubling The Farm is a brilliant debut novel Add it to your summer TBR list 25 Meh StarsA bit predictable one dimensional the only thing that wasn t flat for me is the image on the cover The ending is oddly disconnected to the rest of the book as though there s an entire thought process or some key information missing That being said I do think that this will likely be commercially successful because it seems to promise so much If you re thinking this is some sci fi or dystopian story it s not If you re thinking of reading this with some idea that this is about women or couples or ay couples so with some idea that this is about women or couples or Dirty Work gay couples so to have a baby or babies that they hire a surrogate to do the physical labor for them that s closer to the truth but even there I felt the story fell flat and felt untrue If you re thinking it s about poor women perhaps especially immigrants who choose to carry another s child throughestation this had a really interesting concept and some thought provoking uestionsdiscussions but it definitely could have benefited from a concrete story arc As I begin writing this review I feel like it might be an unpopular opinion However as of this time the average rating is 351 stars and most of my Goodreads friends seem to be Hearts Farthings giving it 3 stars So while my rating is lower than most overall the opinions of this book seem to trend downwardsWith my 1 star rating I feel like doing a bullet point review that is introduced by one of my favoriteifs This was me throughout this book I am not sure I have ever read a book that was trying so hard to manufacture suspense without success This book had the potential to address some serious social issues but the way the story was told refer to Tommy Lee Jones above The characters were not interesting and their personalities were so forced and unbelievable The story was all over the place I could not tell exactly what it was trying to do or where it was The Mount Shasta Mission going The lack of coherent continuity was annoying With all that is mentioned above I spent most of my time rolling my eyes and praying for it to end When it finally ended and went into a fairly excessive epilogue nothing had really happened Everything was over and everything looked like it wasoing to be fine As a reader I went through a whole lot Nestled in the Hudson Valley is a sumptuous retreat boasting every amenity organic meals private fitness trainers daily massages and all of it for free In fact you Little Darlings get paid big money than you've ever dreamed of to spend a few seasons in this luxurious locale The catch For nine months you belong to the Farm You cannot leave therounds; your every move is monitored Your former life .
F nothing to end up with a whole lot of nothingI hate to start of 2020 with a 1 star book before my first 5 star but my time with this book was too frustrating to rate it any higher I think that a few tweaks here and there and some better editing would have done it a lot of Greenwich good Also Io back to the lack of urgency and suspense that made me not care about anything that was oing on If the author could have organically developed a thrilling and smoothly flowing storyline I would have enjoyed this a reat deal This was an ok read but could have been even better The Farm is a place where young women are recruited to become surrogate mothers for wealthy clients The recruits are watched at all times even their emails are monitored they have a prescribed diet and an exercise plan they have to adhere to Motivated by the hefty cash bonus paid upon baby delivery Jane a single mother from the Philippines signs "up Jane doesn t mind being at the Farm at first " Jane doesn t mind being at the Farm at first soon starts missing her little daughter who is less than a year old and was left behind to be looked after by Jane s cousin What the book does well is highlighting the economic disparity between rich and poor the struggles of immigrants and ethnic minorities and their financial motivation to join the Farm I also appreciated the insight into the lives of Filipino women living in the US However one of the problems I had with this book was that there were too many side stories and characters thrown in that were totally unnecessary as they did not add anything to the overall story The story is told from a Number Of POV Following Stories of POV following stories a couple of irls at the Farm the Farm director and Jane s cousin I did care about Jane and her story and I wished there was focus on her as the Main CharacterThe Ending Of The Story Surprised characterThe ending of the story surprised but not in a ood way It felt as if the author wanted a happy ending for every character at all costs when clearly things happened between certain characters that they would struggle to put behind them in real lifeOverall I think the premise of the book is uniue and thought provoking but in my opinion the author did not push the envelop far enough What could have been a jaw dropping dystopia ended up being just an average novel Many thanks to the publisher for my review copy Or will she admit as she has rarely conceded that life is sometimes complicated than easy judgements That maybe sometimes you do the most Mate Me [If You May] (The Millennium Wolves, good when it seems like you re doing nothing much at all Some time ago I read a starred review for The Farm reuested an arcot approved and then promptly forgot everything about the book that had made me want to read it in the first place And let me tell you I think this is the best possible thing that could have happenedWords like dystopia are being thrown around in reviews of the The Farm as are comparisons to The Handmaid s Tale but this is misleading This book should not be regarded as a dystopia it is a mere breath away from reality It is almost entirely a contemporary Most if not all of what happens in this book is already happening If I had True gone into this believing I wasetting a dystopian novel I would have been disappointedInstead The Farm is better viewed as a character driven exploration of race immigrants class and reproductive rights in modern America As technology develops we see the disappearance of blue collar jobs long filled by immigrants and the poorest Americans Out of this will A Fairly Honourable Defeat grow and arerowing service based jobs One such job that is increasingly becoming an option for former blue collar workers is surrogacy This is not a dystopian matter Companies like Growing Generations already exist offering you the chance to earn up to 63000 plus benefitsThis book is about a company called Golden Oaks similar to Growing Generations above except that it offers a live in center for the surrogates to be free from outside threats and distractions eat only the most nutritious food and live stress freeRamos uses this setting to examine several very different characters There s Jane a Filipina who joins Golden Oaks to earn money for her own 6 month old baby and her older cousin Evelyn who has a long history of caring for rich people s newborns There s white pretty and educated Reagan a premium host who is driven by her need to do ood and be of use There s Lisa also white who is on her third pregnancy at Golden Oaks and freuently crit. Ill seem a world away as you dedicate yourself to the all consuming task of producing the perfect baby for your überwealthy clientsJane an immigrant from the Philippines and a struggling single mother is thrilled to make it through the highly competitive Host selection process at the Farm But now pregnant fragile consumed with worry for her own young daughter's well being Jane rows.

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