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New Hire   By: (1915-2003)

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In New Hire, author Dave Dryfoos presents a thought-provoking and gripping tale that delves into the fundamental aspects of human behavior and the dynamics of corporate culture. Set in a fictional tech company, the book follows the journey of the protagonist, John, as he navigates the daunting challenge of starting a new job.

Dryfoos masterfully captures the anxieties and uncertainties that come with being a "new hire" in a hyper-competitive environment. Through John's perspective, readers are introduced to a multitude of characters, each with their unique motivations and agendas. This allows for a fascinating exploration of power dynamics, office politics, and the pursuit of success within a cutthroat industry.

One of the book's greatest strengths lies in its ability to create a sense of realism. Dryfoos expertly crafts a believable corporate setting, complete with relatable scenarios and relatable characters. The interactions between colleagues and the subtle nuances of office life feel authentic and add to the overall authenticity of the narrative.

Furthermore, the author skillfully weaves in thought-provoking themes throughout the story. The exploration of ambition, integrity, and the compromises individuals make in the pursuit of their goals are handled with a delicate balance. This offers readers ample opportunities to reflect on their own experiences and values, making New Hire not just an entertaining read but also an introspective one.

However, it is worth noting that the pacing occasionally falters, with certain sections feeling slightly drawn out. While this can temporarily disrupt the narrative flow, it does not detract significantly from the overall reading experience.

Overall, New Hire is a captivating novel that combines elements of psychological suspense, workplace drama, and moral introspection. Dave Dryfoos skillfully brings his characters to life, presenting readers with a multifaceted exploration of the corporate world. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the complexities of human ambition and the ever-shifting landscape of the workplace.

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This etext was produced from the September 1953 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.



Illustrated by BALBALIS

Very admirable rule: Never do tomorrow what you can put off until after the age of forty!

One thing about an electronic awakener: no matter how elaborate its hookup, melodious its music, and important its announced reminders, when it goes on in the morning you can always turn it off again. Boswell W. Budge always did exactly that.

But there's no turning off one's kids, and thus, on the most important morning of his life, February 30, 2054, Bozzy arose, much against his will, promptly at 0800.

His Sophie, eight and ladylike, merely shook the bed with a disdainful gesture. But Howard, six, masculine, and athletic, climbed right up and sat on Bozzy's stomach. Baby Ralph, of the golden smile, gave Bozzy a big kiss, and Bozzy thus shared the gold, which was egg.

"Did your mother send you in here?" Bozzy demanded, gazing suspiciously around with one eye open... Continue reading book >>

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