Mannequins in the Audience

David J. Rollins

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Mannequins in the Audience

Mannequins in the Audience In the future technology advances to the point where anything is possible Fashion is delivered to subscribers on a daily basis and clothes are disposable Products like hallucinogenic toilet paper an

  • Title: Mannequins in the Audience
  • Author: David J. Rollins
  • ISBN: 9781492100591
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the future, technology advances to the point where anything is possible Fashion is delivered to subscribers on a daily basis, and clothes are disposable Products like hallucinogenic toilet paper and barbituated deodorant make the most mundane tasks fun than they should be Spouses which have been tailored made to their partner s tastes and desires are even availaIn the future, technology advances to the point where anything is possible Fashion is delivered to subscribers on a daily basis, and clothes are disposable Products like hallucinogenic toilet paper and barbituated deodorant make the most mundane tasks fun than they should be Spouses which have been tailored made to their partner s tastes and desires are even available at any of a variety of budget levels There is a bad side to all those new products though, and that bad side is salespeople Salespeople are needed to introduce the amazing innovations to the public and force them on unsuspecting buyers One day, Vyla, a receptionist at a company that is targeted by many of those salespeople, is singled out at work to attend a seminar on how to deal with the aggressive sales tactics She learns many things at that seminar, and very few of them relate to dealing with salesman This edition also includes a bonus short story, The Sixth Level Executive, about Codly Purppen Codly is the type of employee who never intended to go to work He is too happy enjoying his easy carefree days of getting paid simply to be available Then something happens to the five levels of executives above him, and he is called into work He doesn t even know what his company does.

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    1. Isabel Pohl on said:

      ReviewI'm glad I read this.You may or may not have read my review for the first book in this series (The Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesman), but if you did, you might remember I was upset about Gelmon's (the main character of that book) disrespect toward a teenage girl working at an information booth. That girl's name is Dellella. She's the daughter of this book's main character, Vyla.Vyla is a much nicer person (and, in my opinion, a more developed character) than Gelmon.She's a receptionist a [...]

    2. Sean on said:

      I enjoyed this - there are a number of times that the author gives you a new twist on how the future/alternative world might be, and the focus on sales people is a good one. The characters are interesting, and the situations are too; another fun twist when the husband is asked by his wife to leave something at home! The story moves along at a good pace and since you care about the main character, you're left wanting to know more about what happens to her. I look forward to reading more from this [...]

    3. Dallas on said:

      Funny how even in "their world" things aren't that different than in ours. Teenagers know more than adults give them credit for, no one believes anyone is listening to them, women settle for what they think they deserve & men take more than they need. I hope there are more stories to follow with these characters; it would be fun to see how they connect with the others.

    4. Nick on said:

      A fascinating book to read. I am trying to work out whether this is a Utopian society where individuals who do not meet the financial, social, and employment requirements of the time slip in to their own Dystopia. I thoroughly enjoyable read and I am pleased that the author has left enough room to be able to develop the characters further and write more books in this series.

    5. Tom Vause on said:

      First of all I wont this book via First Reads.Right now that's out of the way I just wanted to say that I enjoyed this book a lot. I found it amusing and entertaining. I would recommend it to a lot of people. I like the characters and the world created. My favourite was actually the short story at the end. Enjoyable all round!

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