The Job Offer



Situation Vacant Operative Required, Post Includes Full Training, International Travel And Slight To Moderate Chance Of Death No Allergies To Animals Preferred Jennifer Graham Has A Dead End Job, A Grotty Apartment And A Boyfriend Who Was Last Seen Skipping Town With Every Cent She Owned An Ordinary Life, Until The Night A Tall Dark Stranger Breaks Into Her Home, And Offers Her A Job A Secret Organisation Wants Jennifer, Why They Will Not Say, But Introduced To A World Of Myths And Monsters, For Jennifer The Race Is On Can She Learn Enough About This New World And Herself To Survive ItThe Job Offer

Edmond Barrett is a native of the North West of England and a resident of Dublin, Ireland An amateur student of history, a fan of Terry Pratchett and low tech science fiction He writes military science fiction and urban fantasy Currently he is working on the final book of the Nameless War Trilogy The Last Charge which is due for release in October 2014.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 106 pages
  • The Job Offer
  • Edmond Barrett
  • English
  • 05 March 2017

10 thoughts on “The Job Offer

  1. says:

    At just below 40 000 words this is really a novella rather than a full size novel Normally I am not to interested in these shorter works like novellas and short stories However, this particular one is written by the author of The Nameless War trilogy which I like quite a lot I am currently reading the third book in that series The book blurb also did appeal to me so I gave it a shot.I quite enjoyed this book To me the main drawback was really its length I would very much have liked it to b At just below 40 000 words this is really a novella rather than a full size novel Normally I am not to interested in these shorter works like novellas and short stories However, this particular one is written by the author of The Nameless War trilogy which I like quite a lot I am currently reading the third book in that series The book blurb also did appeal to me so I gave it a shot.I quite enjoyed this book To me the main drawback was really its length I would very much have liked it to be afull sized book Jennifer is thrown into the deep end of the world of things that go bump in the night Not only that but, as she is about to discover, she might actually havein common with that world than the one she has been used to live in I do like these kind of stories.Given the shortness of the novella there was of course not much room for neither world building nor character development Still the author managed to create, or at list hint at, a world and scenario that caught my interest He also managed to create two interesting and likable characters, Jennifer and her, initially somewhat mysterious, new friend Colin who is a tea drinking British gentleman Ehhh, on second thought forget the man part Actually maybe we should forget the gentle part as well.The book is condensed as I wrote and the story moves along at a fairly brisk pace It is not a bad story and, as an introduction, it works quite well So well that I hope the author actually continues this story in afull length novel After all, even though the actual mission in story is concluded, at the end of the book the stage is really set for a continuation

  2. says:

    This story takes place in modern times It is a story of the paranormal I liked this so much I am writting a review I would love to seeadventures of Jen and Colin If you like Black Wings books by Christina Henry following Madeline Black or Allie Beckstrom books by Devon Monk you will love this one.

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