- File Size: 1473 KB
- Print Length: 296 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 147926282X
- Publisher: Severed Books (January 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00A6RGFK6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #937,789 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So Say the Waiters book 1 (So Say the Waiters book 3) Kindle Edition
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Either way, this is.... wow, I can't even begin to do this story justice.
The idea for this book, an App you can download to be kidnapped is brilliant. I mean, who wouldn't want to be whisked away from their life for a short while (or a long while).
There are rules to each kidnapping, you set the parameters, how long, the time.
But then you have to wait.
You don't know when it's going to happen, or how. And you wait.
And all of a sudden each person you see becomes a potential TAKER. That person in the public restroom? Yeah, they could take you. That person behind you in line at McDonalds? Yup. That car driving behind yours on the highway? Possibly.
Life takes on new meaning when you are a WAITER. Every experience is heightened. You pay attention. Memorize details.
Instead of walking through life a zombie, you look up, you look around... and your heart beats just a bit faster with every passing moment.
So, I have to be a bit honest. The characters in Book 1 are a bit flat. BUT you can easily overlook it. (Book 2 get's better, so hang with it).
The editing is subpar, but then again, overlookable.
The story, the idea, it's just too brilliant for words.
Seriously, just read it. Thank me later.
P.S. - Mr. Sirois, if you're reading this review, I'm waiting to be taken. So please hurry with the next installment of your fabulous series.
Dani was the exact opposite of Henry - a tattooed twenty-something bartender living on tips and playing keyboard in a little local band. She was exactly the kind of character I would expect to find in this book, only I would have expected her to be a kidnapper.
This book did not read like a traditional novel. There was no easily-identified climax or major disasters, and the ending felt more like the end of a chapter than the end of a novel. (It might have been more structured within the individual "episodes" - I wasn't paying attention to where one stopped and the next began.) But I enjoyed the story, figuring out the details of kidnApp, and trying to understand how Henry and Dani's plots fit together. Justin Sirois was brilliant at bringing together random plot lines into a great story.
The very, very best part about SO SAY THE WAITERS was the idea. An app for people who want to be kidnapped for fun - awesome! "Waiters" who want to be kidnapped can specify how long they want to be taken, how rough their "Taker" can be, even little stuff like if they want a bag over their head or just a blindfold. I want to be kidnapped. And then I want to kidnap people. I don't even know if this would be legal, but it would be fun!