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Dream Job

janet garber
 
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Full Title
Dream Job: Wacky Adventures of an HR Manager
Format
  • eBook
  • Paperback
ISBN
9781483447476
Dream Job

Book Description

Melanie Kohl is like a hamster on a treadmill, running in place and getting nowhere, starting with her mind-numbing commute to work, her job as employee relations manager/Ms. Fix-It at a comically out-of-control medical center in New York City, and ending each day when she crawls into her basement apartment, bemoaning her sexless, uneventful private life, rocked by disturbing dreams of mayhem and murder. As she heads inexorably towards a breakdown, hastened by the murder of her much hated boss and the appointment of an even more sinister and stupid replacement, she finally flies off the wheel and catapults into the arms of a handsome stranger. Will love conquer all? Well . . .

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"A wonderful, entertaining read"
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5.0
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This is a wild and wacky book all right, and it’s a blast. From the moment we meet Melie, she’s mired in HR insanity and an existential crisis of romantic desperation: “Men seem to want something she just couldn’t give. They drifted in and out, leaving more rusted wreckage in her dump of a heart.” Matching the story perfectly is Garber’s writing style, which is the linguistic equivalent of a New York City attitude. The sentences come at you as brisk, overlapping waves, hurling you across the story. The book is filled with vibrant characters, and why not? We’ve all worked with these people. And I must say, they are much more fun as someone else’s problem. My favorite character was Ted, possibly the least likely romantic lead in modern literature. I shall say no more, just read it for yourself. And not to get into plot points, but I did feel it appropriate that Melie would finally make some healthy choices only as she reached the pinnacle of her meltdown. Yep, been there. A wonderful, entertaining read.

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