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A Day In The Life Of Death: A Behind The Scenes Look At The Mortuary Business epub

by Ryan M Lee


A Day In The Life Of Death: A Behind The Scenes Look At The Mortuary Business epub

ISBN: 145373483X

ISBN13: 978-1453734834

Author: Ryan M Lee

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Business Culture

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 1, 2010)

Pages: 148 pages

ePUB book: 1870 kb

FB2 book: 1148 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 739

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It was nice to understand from the morticians view, I think we often forget that it is someone job to care for our loved ones after death. joseph scarduzio rated it liked it Sep 28, 2017. Matt Lucarelli rated it really liked it Sep 01, 2014. Ebonye Kaufman rated it it was ok Dec 27, 2016. Ethel R Hurst rated it really liked it Apr 20, 2018.

Ryan M. Lee is a graduate of the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science and Chapman University. His career in the funeral industry began in his late teens and continued for nearly a decade

Ryan M. His career in the funeral industry began in his late teens and continued for nearly a decade. His sense of humor and conversational writing style offer a never before seen look at the business of death. His candor offers a uniquely honest perspective on an often misunderstood industry.

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From those very first days at the Municipal Mortuary right up to the end of my mortuary career I never considered the daily opening of the bags a chore. Suffice to say, to me every day was like Christmas Day in the mortuary. This was especially true one December when we opened a body bag to reveal a plump old man with white hair and beard in a full red jogging suit. To this day I’m not sure if he was purposely trying to resemble Santa or if it was just a huge coincidence.

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This book contains names and identities that have been changed to protect the privacy of the staff and patients I encountered over the years, with many tales and conversations made up of remnants from various incidents. However, it is the truth. It is also a chance to thank those who helped me bury that cat and find my path in life, as well as those I subsequently met who helped steer me along my path in death. And then I got a good look at him. I’d never seen anything like it: he resembled a knotted white twig with a few extraneous branches and hairy bark.

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This book is your guide to the "death care industry". Within the pages of this book you will discover ways to save thousands on funeral expenses, uniquely honor your loved ones and learn the secrets of an industry that for decades has operated in the shadows of our society.
Oh my...
I was so excited to get this book and dive right in. However, the grammatical and punctuation errors (overuse of quotation marks, misuse of commas and capitalization, incorrect words - he said people "take it for granite" instead of granted, etc...) were extremely annoying. I'm sure there's value in the book, but the lack of proofreading makes it so distracting. I couldn't finish it.
One of the most intersting things I learned from this book was how large funeral conglomerates operated...or didn't. I had worked in a funeral home between my freshman and sophomore year in college thinking I would like to explore the possibility of entering the profession...which I did not...and I learned a lot of the things that I DIDN'T learn while at the funeral home that helped me see that nursing was really my path.
I never thought I would enjoy a book about the death care industry, but I literally couldn't put it down. Ryan Lee's conversational style helped keep my attention and I actually gained a greater knowledge and appreciation for what happens when our loved ones depart this life. I admired his candor in sharing his background and personal stories. I now understand that this is a profession that is incredibly emotionally and psychologically draining, but Ryan Lee's compassion and at times playful and entertaining style disprove the "creepy mortician" stereotype. An entertaining and engaging read to be sure!
I bought this book because I'm getting a degree in mortuary science, and looked forward to reading the experiences of a funeral director. However, this book was on a level with one of my fifteen year old niece's school essays. She is a C student, by the way. Issues of vocabulary and sentence structure aside, it was mainly a list of grievances detailing why this individual left his profession after just a few years. I found it to be tiresome and annoying.
This book was recommended to me this past weekend. I had NO idea what to expect! However, I couldn't put it down. This book is written in such a way that you feel like you are sitting down and having a conversation with an old friend. The books subject matter, was well laid out. The chapters cover single subjects, so if you didn't want to know "all the sectrets", you could choose to read about only those subjects that intrigue you. The author has a certain panache and a very unique sense of humor. The humor in this book was both appropriate and well placed. Having had to make funeral arrangements for loved ones in the past, I wish I would have had this book before now. You will not be disappointed. This book is a must read!!!
Saturday I downloaded the book and it was so interesting, informative, and humorous I couldn't put it down.The chapter on arranging a funeral was worth the price of the book. Each chapter could be an independent artical full of facts and information presented in an easy to read and understand format.
It was interesting. A nice insight to this life and it was very educational. I wish I had read earlier, would have saved me some money.
I bought this book based on the amazing reviews I read about it. I was surprised when I began reading this book to find so many grammatical errors, typos, and just flat out using the wrong words and punctuation. It made it very difficult to read. While there is a good bit of information in it, it's hard to get past the errors. For someone who claims to have attended the "Princeton" of mortuary colleges, I would at least expect to have this book proofread prior to printing. I got to the point that I wanted to type it out correctly and send it back to the author. I'm not sure how he passed an English class with this type of writing.