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"So Say the Waiters could easily be the next Repo Man."
The Baltimore Chop
“As a reader, I’m always looking to get lost in a story, to open a book, turn one page and then another, and find myself unable to put it down. So Say the Waiters achieves this in spades. Sirois has created a dazzlingly raucous and fast-paced world, filled with characters that are relatable yet still capable of remarkable surprise. You have to read this.”
Laura van den Berg
author of What the World Will Look Like When All the Water Leaves Us
"This is a wild ride. Once again Justin Sirois presents a fast-paced, character driven novel that, once you start, is as inescapable as a holding cell. So Say the Waiters is filled with the people you used to work with and the people you might date someday, but no one will ever be in the predicaments Sirois dreams up for the people in this bright-idea of a book. I was hooked from the start."
of Publishing Genius Press
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White-collar everyman, Henry, is hired by a successful software developer and college friend who has created kidnApp, a cell phone app and social network that allows people to kidnap each other for fun. The app is growing faster than they can handle. His friend wants to groom Henry as the Mid-Atlantic regional manager with part ownership of the company, but he will need to become a seasoned kidnApper first. The problem is, Henry is stuck in his conservative job, suffering from post-fiancée breakup depression, and he definitely sucks at kidnApping. But this is an opportunity he cannot refuse.
Danielle (Dani) Hardly is an aimless bartender at a rundown nightclub. She is barely scraping by, but she is one of the first users of kidnApp in Baltimore. She uses the app as an escape from the increasingly difficult world around her, often time pushing the limits of the experience. During a botched kidnApping, she is rescued by newly recruited Henry – someone she has nothing in common with until Henry opens up to her about his less than mediocre kidnapping skills.
Book 2 available in June.