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The Takeover
     

The Takeover

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by Jack Drew
 

Chance Fordham is offered a dream job: a six figure salary and a house in an exclusive neighborhood filled with his coworkers. With no more debt to speak of, this job sounds like a dream come true for Chance and his wife.


But soon, what started out sounding perfect degrades into a horrifying microcosm of terror. His job is not what it

Overview

Chance Fordham is offered a dream job: a six figure salary and a house in an exclusive neighborhood filled with his coworkers. With no more debt to speak of, this job sounds like a dream come true for Chance and his wife.


But soon, what started out sounding perfect degrades into a horrifying microcosm of terror. His job is not what it seems.


The Company is evil.


He just never knew HOW evil.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011126642
Publisher:
Jack Drew
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
666,626
File size:
656 KB

Meet the Author

In 2000, I entered two short stories in The Garden State Horror Writers' Association's annual short story contest. One story took Second Place and the other won the Graversen Award for that year. I was informed that no one has ever taken 2nd and 1st place together. After that, I was off and running.


I've placed fiction in a bunch of outlets including print anthologies such as TALES FROM A DARKER STATE and DARK NOTES FROM NJ as well as web outlets like HORRORFIND.COM (under Brian Keene's helm) and the IN A FEARFUL STATE e-anthology from the GSHW.


I currently reside in Central New Jersey where I split my time between my family and my writing. I've written several novels, all of which will be published in the next year or so from Screaming Aphony Press.

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Takeover 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Pete-E More than 1 year ago
I know it's only a dollar, but it's not even worth that. Characters are not anyone you'd care about, plot is iffy at best. (A huge, national corporation kills or kidnaps thousands of its employees and their families over decades, and no one - ever - notices.) Scenes seem to be inserted for no particular reason, and never developed. I don't know what this "Graverson Award" is, but it apparently is awarded for substandard work.
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