Making it Rain (Paperback)David Armstrong (author)
Paperback 458 Pages / Published: 18/04/2017
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Set in south London, Making It Rain is a satirical dissection of office life and politics. We've all been there - workplaces made dysfunctional by inflated egos and competing ambitions - not to mention petty jealousies, imprudent liaisons, bullying and harassment. We may have variously enjoyed, ridiculed, challenged, lamented or simply endured the resulting disruption. Now, Making It Rain lifts the lid on some of our more squalid transgressions and spills the all-too-familiar beans with frankness and wit. Compounded by sexual tensions, the many threads within this intricate narrative start to unravel when Hannah exposes a very basic error in a prestige-project supposedly managed by her bosses. No one is very surprised when the messenger is blamed for her message... As the story unfolds, almost everyone proves vulnerable and strangely flawed... Deeply personal scores accumulate and wait to be settled... And will it ever stop raining?
Publisher: New Generation Publishing
Number of pages: 458
Weight: 669 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 26 mm
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