So Say the Waiters Book 1
So Say the Waiters, no. 1
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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.
The last thing Dani expects is to start collaborating with Henry who needs all the help he can get. Throughout the series, Henry ties to balance his normal life and job while kidnApping on the side. Dani transitions from a hardcore kidnApp user to a nearly full time employee, confusing her already fragile sense of identity.
Eventually, Henry and Dani become the best kidnApping pair on the east coast, but Henry can only get the credit. The company, Henry’s boss, and the app’s users (nicknamed Waiters), cannot find out they are working together. Eventually Henry is promoted to regional manager and starts making well over a six figure salary, plus bonuses. He has to hire a crew. Dani is his right hand girl.
The unlikely duo start to change each other in ways they never expected, both good and bad. Their professional relationship, however unlikely, becomes an adventure beyond just kidnapping the simple Waiters.
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"So Say the Waiters could easily be the next Repo Man."
"Sirois is well on his way to becoming Baltimore's most important novelist."
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Book 3 PLEASE!
Tore through book 1 & 2 while traveling for work. Ordinarily might not be something i'd pick up but it kept me hooked. Can't wait to find out what happens next.
Wait....does this App actually exist?!?
Sirois has struck gold! The concept of kidnApp in So Say the Waiters is so clearly articulated, it left me to think, this has to be reality.