Sanctuary

Sanctuary Sanctuary is the home of all who can no longer work to earn their place in Basic Living That is until the Program gives them a month to find alternate care If no private person or charity steps forwa

  • Title: Sanctuary
  • Author: G.M. Whitley
  • ISBN: 9781499334012
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sanctuary is the home of all who can no longer work to earn their place in Basic Living That is, until the Program gives them a month to find alternate care If no private person or charity steps forward to take responsibility, the Sanctuary resident is sent to Peace Out Sanctuary is the final book of the Futures Trilogy, which explores an America that is both eerily famSanctuary is the home of all who can no longer work to earn their place in Basic Living That is, until the Program gives them a month to find alternate care If no private person or charity steps forward to take responsibility, the Sanctuary resident is sent to Peace Out Sanctuary is the final book of the Futures Trilogy, which explores an America that is both eerily familiar and terrifyingly strange Whether it is utopia or dystopia depends on which future is yours.

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    1. Sanctuary, the third book in the Futures Trilogy, was the most gut-wrenching of the three. Sanctuary takes care of those who can't work and who don't have family who can take them in. If only it provided true sanctuary.The stories told in Sanctuary were of those who Christians would consider "the least of these." Sanctuary provides a place for the old, people with mental or physical disabilities, and those who are terminally ill. Children are Peaced Out when they are eighteen if they are not ado [...]

    2. Downloaded the Kindle version yesterday and settled in to read a few pages before going to sleep. Two and a half hours later, I reluctantly forced myself to stop (I was about 80% done with the book at that point).Finished today on my lunch break. So that should speak to how engrossing the plot lines are.This is the third book in the Futures Trilogy, but this is a trilogy in a different-than-usual sense. For the most part, this isn't a "first Book One happens, then Book Two happens, then Book Thr [...]

    3. This book is thought provoking. A reminder of how what at one time would be mind bending becomes the norm and within a very short amount of time. Sanctuary offers case studies of how government managed care allows people to peace out (voluntarily become deceased). In some cases the peace out is revealed to not be so voluntary and the public is not generally aware of this fact. As the people and circumstances become real to you their cases become compelling causing your mouth drops open in disbel [...]

    4. The best of the Futures Trilogy! Once again, Whitley envisions a possible (probable) future in which society has created strict guidelines for dealing with used-up, seemingly useless, and terminally infirm individuals. How these guidelines are played out is revealed in several self-contained stories and multi-chapter archs. Each character faces difficult choices which, in turn, force the readers to debate the choices themselves. There are no black and white answers to the all-encompassing moral [...]

    5. I read all three of the books in this series, and while I liked them all, Sanctuary is my favorite. In all three books, you are pushed to think of really important social issues in new ways. Any person interested in social work or public policy should absolutely read this book, although I think the issues are relevant to everyone.

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