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Free Koins Motel kindle å eBook Í reflectionslisburnltd ´ Set in a seaside Resort Town on the ueensland Coast of Australia amid the glitz and glamour of a millionaire's playground a tale of exploitation by the wealthy of the disenfranchised the homeless the pensioners and the labourers Of drug dealers thieves adSet in a seaside Resort Town on the ueensland Coast of Australia amid the glitz and glamour o ”When walking on glass walk carefully”This story is told through the eyes of a woman whose name we never discover In fact we find out little about her except that she’s not planning on being a long term resident at “Koins Motel”Set somewhere in ld where the heat eventually gets to people the motel is a run down sad complex The building is as crumbing as the lives of the people within it Itinerant workers who have seasonal jobs such as strawberry picking or working on the sugar cane fields tend to be drawn to the anonymity of the place A hot pot of characters who mainly have some sort of chip on their shoulders ”The three monkeys had been invented for a place such as this she was positive of that”Our protagonist is not staying for the long term This is her “sea change” of sorts after a lifetime of looking after others Not the place I’d chouse to kick back and watch the world go by but there you go People mainly keep to themselves don’t get involved and are out for themselves ”Just ignore it and work around it was the convenient foundation the whole place seemed to operate on”Each chapter is devoted to one of the residents of “Koins Motel” Most of them are just battling to survive with various physical or mental impairments The stories tend to be borderline depressing with no hope for the character’s life to improve or annoying as the character is wasting their little money on drink and drugs or having fisticuffs with the other residentsThere’s a bit of laconic Aussie humour through out such as the punchup at the complex’s Christmas party which started when one resident wouldn’t share their Jim Beam with someone else who had “run out” Oh dear Heat booze do not mix But a good time was had by all ”A good punchup for right or wrong was something any red blooded Aussie bloke enjoyed thoroughly and loved to get amongst especially those under the age of thirty”I was so pleased when in the last chapter our mystery woman with no name was closing her apartment door at “Koins Motel” for the last time It was time for her to move on her adventure was over This chapter was actually beautifully written and sad in respects as she was well aware that she was closing that chapter of her life whereas many of the other people who remained there may never have the option to do the same

Koins MotelSet in a seaside Resort Town on the ueensland Coast of Australia amid the glitz and glamour o ”When walking on glass walk carefully”This story is told through the eyes of a woman whose name we never discover In fact we find out little about her except that she’s not planning on being a long term resident at “Koins Motel”Set somewhere in ld where the heat eventually gets to people the motel is a run down sad complex The building is as crumbing as the lives of the people within it Itinerant workers who have seasonal jobs such as strawberry picking or working on the sugar cane fields tend to be drawn to the anonymity of the place A hot pot of characters who mainly have some sort of chip on their shoulders ”The three monkeys had been invented for a place such as this she was positive of that”Our protagonist is not staying for the long term This is her “sea change” of sorts after a lifetime of looking after others Not the place I’d chouse to kick back and watch the world go by but there you go People mainly keep to themselves don’t get involved and are out for themselves ”Just ignore it and work around it was the convenient foundation the whole place seemed to operate on”Each chapter is devoted to one of the residents of “Koins Motel” Most of them are just battling to survive with various physical or mental impairments The stories tend to be borderline depressing with no hope for the character’s life to improve or annoying as the character is wasting their little money on drink and drugs or having fisticuffs with the other residentsThere’s a bit of laconic Aussie humour through out such as the punchup at the complex’s Christmas party which started when one resident wouldn’t share their Jim Beam with someone else who had “run out” Oh dear Heat booze do not mix But a good time was had by all ”A good punchup for right or wrong was something any red blooded Aussie bloke enjoyed thoroughly and loved to get amongst especially those under the age of thirty”I was so pleased when in the last chapter our mystery woman with no name was closing her apartment door at “Koins Motel” for the last time It was time for her to move on her adventure was over This chapter was actually beautifully written and sad in respects as she was well aware that she was closing that chapter of her life whereas many of the other people who remained there may never have the option to do the same

mobi ✓ Koins Motel ☆ D. O'Brien

Koins Motel ½ Homeless the pensioners and the labourers Of drug dealers thieves addicts and street workers Looking at the cover and reading the short description I had anticipated that this would be filled with some mystery or intrigue Instead it was a book that described the different residents of the motel used as permanent housing for low income or out on their luck folks in individual chapters There was no continuity to the story or a plot simply a description of residents as told by the narrator who was a nameless woman of an older age Some chapters were interesting while others dragged on and took me some time The writer is a huge fan of commas which was distracting as they were misplaced throughout the book I received this book from the AuthorPublisher through Goodreads in exchange for an honest review mobi ✓ Koins Motel ☆ D. O'Brien

D. O'Brien ☆ Koins Motel eBook

D. O'Brien ☆ Koins Motel eBook F a millionaire's playground a tale of exploitation by the wealthy of the disenfranchised the Awesome read Dirty realism Would make a great movie or tv series I like how it is written and it flows well so I found myself reading it fairly uickly It's like getting to peek inside someone elses life during one of their most traumatic life chapters You cringe you sniffle you feel