Paradise Induction Chapter 5 – Extract 32
Why did it seem like the people he’d seen today were subtly saying he’d made a big mistake? No one had said anything of the sort, but there was a silent, strange air in the atmosphere, like he’d made a huge mistake in coming to the islands.
The people in the administration processes – why were they so rude? It wasn’t just lack of education. It was a clear, shocking, deliberate coarseness to their tone—like some form of defiance to an authority figure.
But one thought trumped the rest.
Working for Jacob Cain—what would it be like?
It appeared like the job was Chris’ already; no problem at all. He would have his dream job to be a published writer and that the meeting tomorrow was just a formality. So why did it feel like he was walking into a trap?
He’d only met Jacob Cain once before, but this man had stapled his impression on Chris; oh, he remembered. He remembered it well.
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