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Romance novel? Sort of. Depiction of corrupt corporations? Partly. Self-compiled journal of a foreign citizen who lands in one American predicament after predicament, works in astonishing environments, and has racy relationships from coast to coast? That's "Meltdown."While every home owning American has been affected by the mortgage crisis, few understand how or why it happened. "Meltdown" answers...

File Size: 333 KB
Print Length: 166 pages
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Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc. (June 25, 2009)
Publication Date: June 25, 2009
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B002L3S85S
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the questions-but it is much more than a dry reference book.The "Meltdown" story teller arrived in the US in the late 1990s at age 23 with his national soccer team. Through a series of misadventures, he stayed and secured a wild job selling home loans. But his initial experiences paled in comparison to all that happened later.While readers will often cringe over the greed, sleaze, and dishonesty depicted in "Meltdown," they'll cheer as our lead wins one battle after another-for himself, his employees, his family and his clients. He is, however, certainly not flawless. Eyebrows will raise over the escapades at corporate "incentive trips." Mild shock will result when drug abuse and infidelity are described and used both for and against characters. Moral compasses will seek true north as careers are lost, found, changed and trashed. Readers will see that significant income does not significantly improve character.These mortgage business escapades provide entertainment-and shock. Characters are touching-or touched. Readers will often cheer for career successes-and be saddened by the failures.To protect the authors and publisher, "Meltdown" has been fictionalized. But the details are all based on real people-often doing really foolish things. The end provides a twisted 'fairness' and some smiles in a "Devil Wears Prada" meets "Wall Street" fashion."Meltdown" was written by two seasoned mortgage executives using pen names Katrina Kuntz and Eduardo Baez.