The Farm



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 get paid big moneythan 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 the grounds your every move is monitored Your former life will seem a world away as you dedicate yourself to the all consuming task of producing the perfect baby for your berwealthy clients.Jane, 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 grows desperate to reconnect with her life outside Yet she cannot leave the Farm or she will lose the life changing fee she ll receive on delivery or worse.Heartbreaking, suspenseful, provocative, The Farm pushes our thinking on motherhood, money, and merit to the extremes, and raises crucial questions about the trade offs women will make to fortify their futures and the futures of those they love. New Download [ The Farm ] Author [ Joanne Ramos ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.ukThe Farm

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  • Hardcover
  • 327 pages
  • The Farm
  • Joanne Ramos
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 1984853759

10 thoughts on “The Farm

  1. says:

    Or will she admit, as she has rarely conceded, that life is sometimescomplicated than easy judgements That maybe, sometimes, you do the most good when it seems like you re doing nothing much at all. Some time ago, I read a starred review for The Farm, requested an arc, got 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 happened.Words like dystop Or will she admit, as she has rarely conceded, that life is sometimescomplicated than easy judgements That maybe, sometimes, you do the most good when it seems like you re doing nothing much at all. Some time ago, I read a starred review for The Farm, requested an arc, got 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 happened.Words like dystopia are being thrown around in reviews of the The Farm, as are c...

  2. says:

    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 who do not breach the strict terms of their contract The story predominately focuses on Jane, an immigrant from the Philippines, who makes the difficult decision to serve as a host in order to help provide a better life for her young daughter Amalia Jane s old 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 who do not breach the strict terms of their contract The story predominately focuses on Jane, an immigrant from the Philippines, who makes the difficult decision to serve as a host in order to help provide a better life for her young daughter Amalia Jane s older cousin Ate, other hosts at the farm, and Mae, Golden Oaks Director of Operations, are secondary characters in the story The book is foc...

  3. says:

    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 parties.Oh man this could have been such a great book If you dive into this book thinking you re getting a nightmarish Handmaid s Tale ish take on a baby harvesting farm then you re going to be disappointed.This is a story about class and privilege and the disparity between th 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 parties.Oh man this could have been such a great book If you dive into this book thinking you re getting a nightmarish Handmaid s Tale ish take on a baby harvesting farm then you re going to be disappointed.This is a story about class and privilege and the disparity between the high and low ends of the spectrum The wealthy achieving their goals on the back of those less fortunate has always been the way in America and this story gives a unique take on that truthin America you only need to know how to make money Money buys everything else After reading this book I feel like the author promisedthan she delivered.The entire book hints at some underlying evil going on at t...

  4. says:

    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 clients are wealthy and white It s an intriguing story but the writing often felt motionless and toneless I kept wanting to add some Technicolor Jane, who left her own baby behind , Lisa, feisty rebel of the bunch , and Reagan are all hosts on the farm Each went through intensive 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 clients are wealthy and white It s an intriguing story but the writing often felt motionless and toneless I kept wanting to add some Technicolor Jane, who left her own baby behind , Lisa, feisty rebel of the bunch , and Reagan are all hosts on the farm Each went through intensive vetting before they were selected Other main characters are Ate, too old to be a host mother but had been a master Nanny Queen in her prime , and Mae Ms Wealthy bossy of Golden Oaks For nine months the host women are medically monitored At the end of nine months the infant gets handed over to the client whose embryo they carry The host women a...

  5. says:

    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 but soon starts missing her little daughte 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 but 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 r...

  6. says:

    2.5 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 muchIf 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 2.5 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 muchIf 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 gay couples so desperate 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 through gestation for financial rewards, it is but it sabout those who prey on those weak enough, desperate enough, or whose upper class privileged background has them wanting to giv...

  7. says:

    I absolutely loved this book The Farm, is the story of a young woman who will do anything to provide for her baby girl She ends up at Golden Oaks, which is a farm for wealthy people to have babies through surrogates I thought this book was beautifully written, and very thought provoking Although, the subject was an uncomfortable one, I don t think the writer executed it in a way that will make you cringe I think it s a very accomplished, impressive debut and can t wait to see the writer s I absolutely loved this book The Farm, is the story of a young woman who will do anything to provide for her baby girl She ends up at Golden Oaks, which is a farm for wealthy people to have babies through surrogates I thought this book was beautifully written, and very thought provoking Although, the subject was an uncomfortable one, I don t think the writer executed it in a way that will make you cringe I think it s a very accomplishe...

  8. says:

    The Farm has a phenomenal premise with well executed imagery The grounds of the farm and described so that you feel you re there yourself and the characters are all lifelike and realistic BUT, I didn t like this book as much as I d hoped I would when I eagerly picked it up The situations Jane finds herself in the farm lacked the emotion and drama that I d hoped for While she was so upset at how confining the farm was, I honestly felt like a lot of the situations weren t that big of a deal The Farm has a phenomenal premise with well executed imagery The grounds of the farm and described so that you feel you re there yourself and the characters are all lifelike and realistic BUT, I didn t like this book as much as I d hoped I would when I eagerly picked it up The situations Jane finds herself in the farm lacked the emotion and...

  9. says:

    As an avid reader, I can certainly recognize why this book is receiving the hype that it has been getting The focus on women s bodies, their role as mothers and the business side of pregnancy have been and continue to be very relevant issues In fact, it makesThe Farm a really great candidate for your next bookclub night I just don t find myself on that hype train A story narrated by several different female characters and I wasn t able to connect with them Actually, that isn t REALLY tr As an avid reader, I can certainly recognize why this book is receiving the hype that it has been getting The focus on women s bodies, their role as mothers and the business side of pregnancy have been and continue to be very relevant issues In fact, it makesThe Farm a really great candidate for your next bookclub night I just don t find myself on that hype train A story narrated by several different female characters and I wasn t able to connect with them Actually, that isn t REALLY true, I actually did find Mae s storyline fascinating and she was such a strongly written character I felt that I could question her ethics and role in this whole baby making business a heck of a lotthan other characters It was Jane and Regan the two characters I believe I was supposed to have a lot of empathy for I just didn t Given the fact that I found myself continuing to shift this book down on my reading priority list, but did enjoy some elem...

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    Follow my reviews on of The Farm and Q A with Joanne RamosWhat could be better than living on sprawling beautiful property in the country, healthy food being served to you, fresh air and exercise, massages and pampering, and a generous, life changing paycheck, while all your needs are being met The catch you must stay on the premises and be separated from your family and friends for nine months while you are pregnant with a baby that doesn t bel Follow my reviews on of The Farm and Q A with Joanne RamosWhat could be better than living on sprawling beautiful property in the country, healthy food being served to you, fresh air and exercise, massages and pampering, and a generous, life changing paycheck, while all your needs are being met The catch you must stay on the premises and be separated from your family and friends for nine months while you are pregnant with a baby that doesn t belong to you.In this stunning debut novel, The Farm, female centric and slightly dystopian will be appealing to fans of The Handmaid s Tale , author Joanne Ramos creates Golden Oaks, a secluded, country club atmosphere in Hudson Valley, NY where mostly foreign women are bearing children for elite clients who are not able to get pregnant or who choose not to....

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