So Say the Waiters, Book 2: Episodes 6-9

So Say the Waiters Book Episodes Book of Justin Sirois s So Say the Waiters explores the history of kidnApp long before everyone carried cell phones While Henry and Dani become accomplished kidnAppers it s Glen Haymaker one of th

  • Title: So Say the Waiters, Book 2: Episodes 6-9
  • Author: Justin Sirois
  • ISBN: 9781301664078
  • Page: 470
  • Format: ebook
  • Book 2 of Justin Sirois s So Say the Waiters explores the history of kidnApp long before everyone carried cell phones While Henry and Dani become accomplished kidnAppers, it s Glen Haymaker, one of the company s co founders, who is stealing the show and maybe He is concerned about the public spectacle and becoming a celebrity within the network than sticking toBook 2 of Justin Sirois s So Say the Waiters explores the history of kidnApp long before everyone carried cell phones While Henry and Dani become accomplished kidnAppers, it s Glen Haymaker, one of the company s co founders, who is stealing the show and maybe He is concerned about the public spectacle and becoming a celebrity within the network than sticking to the company s ethics Jess and Kelly see Haymaker s extreme methods firsthand, and it will dramatically change their relationship Uly, Jess s younger brother, might be caught in that crossfire.If So Say the Waiters Book 1 made you question what you might do with the power of kidnApp, book 2 will scare you into realizing the creators and administrators of these apps live in a world between worlds Haymaker, through his dazzling manipulation, will push that power to its very limits.

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    1. Book two did not disappoint and with the set up for the third can't waitLoved the back story of how things started and a certain father/son relationship revealed. I cant look at a shredded tire on the side of the highway without smiling now ;) .

    2. So Say the Waiters presents a fascinating concept that seems eerily possible in this day and age. The plot, as a whole, revolves around the new app KidnApp, which allows people to essentially arrange their own abduction. They write when they would want to be taken, for how long, and what they would like to have done to them. Over a 72 hour period then, they become the Waiters who the Takers eventually abduct, and then return. It's consensual, creative, and an altogether fascinating concept. Henr [...]

    3. I wanted something fresh and current to read. I certainly found it in Justin Sirois’ So Say the Waiters series. I read purely for the entertainment value and was tired of the reoccurring themes I’ve found recently in the Top Seller lists. KidnApped breaks the mold. Hip, trendy and modern, this series reads like I think. I found myself reading non-stop to the last page and now salivate waiting for the next series of episodes. I’m hooked! The kidnApp is a fictional phone App that may even be [...]

    4. I was hooked on the first book, but this one is even better! As one hopes to find in a series, the characters here take on deeper dimensions, plots and subplots expand, and the action heats up even more.What I really appreciate about the author's work is that he explores the depths of all the characters. It's a deceiving ploy, actually, as you think you understand all the motivations behind their actions, and then the author puts the Kibosh on you by throwing in a plot twist when you least expec [...]

    5. The tension has just ramped up to the next level. If you read the first book, you need to see this. If you haven't read the first book, you need to get it and then go right onto this one. Still an exploration of something strange in our societal makeup, this volume doesn't need any additional strangeness over what was introduced in the first and it doesn't strain itself to try. Instead, the stakes rise rapidly, making this one more about the tension and the development of the plot over weirdness [...]

    6. I liked book 2 better than book 1 - it expanded on several characters who were much more interesting to me than the characters in book 1. There is a young lesbian who is "helping" her girlfriend, who is a Taker. And her teen brother, who is a poet. We are also given the history of KidnApping, and learnthat Barnstormer is the father of the founder. We are also given hints that Haymaker is up tomething, something nefarious.I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for something a little [...]

    7. Had planned on reading one "episode" a day, but ended up devouring it instead Like any great ensemble story -- Buffy, the Wire, Seinfeld, Star Wars, I could name a dozen more -- it picks up steam an layers meaning on top of meaning as you dig deeper. No spoilers, but I will say I wish the "bad guy" piled on more menace, more concretely, and more quickly --but I don't doubt that's coming around the next corner right quick. When's the next one out?

    8. This series just keeps getting better! Dani is, as I hoped, slowly bringing Henry around. The twists added in this installment have me on the edge of my seat. What's up with Haymaker? How are thing going to end up with Barnstormer and Elyse? Will Henry continue to evolve from his gloomy state? I can't wait to see how it all comes together!!!Looking forward to book 3hopefully it will be out very early in 2014!

    9. So Said the Waiter Book 2 is another wild ride through the streets of Baltimore. Henry continues his Taker apprenticeship at KidnApp--enlisting the assistance of veteran waiter, Dani , who proves to invaluable with some of Henry's takings. The reader learns more about the origins of KidnApp and learns more about Kelly, Jess, and Ulysses. Continues the fun of Book 1. Can't wait for the next installment.

    10. Book 2 was another great read. Easy, entertaining and it kept my interest. Now what????? Book 3 will be out: ________________? Fill in the blank, Justin!

    11. This is a great book two in a series. There is no drop off in quality from the first book to this one. It complements the first book, and it starts right where it left off. This book two gives readers more background information on kidnApp and how and why it was created. It goes into more detail about the founders including bringing forth a family relationship that was not known before. Henry and Dani are back and are continuing their partnership in taking waiters. Henry is still not completely [...]

    12. Unsurprisingly, more of the same. Except there's a (slight) touch of character maturing, origins are visited, and seemingly even more typos. I understand that this was probably just too long to put out as a single book, but that should have been a clear sign that significant editing was called for - there's simply no good reason for this story to run to nearly 900 pages (there's a 3rd volume), and the author does nothing to help the reader reorient oneself after a break.

    13. This follow-up to the first book was my favorite of the series. The story telling just gets better and better – the characters become even more developed, the plot thickens, and I felt myself becoming more wrapped up in the whole thing. Plus, it just made me feel cool reading it!

    14. I didn't read Book 1, so was a bit lost here, as this is definitely not a standalone. While some things confused me (the money flow, for instance), I did find some of the ideas and characters intriguing.

    15. I am looking forward to the next book. I had a hard time wanting to put down the first book, the second proved to be the very same.The characters keep you wanting more.

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