Wanna break up? There's an app for that.
Dexter meets Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce in this snarky black comedy that follows Eris as she toys with people's lives.
When 25-year-old Eris gets fired from her minimum-wage job, she stumbles on her friend's startup which outsources bad news to people. But will she manage to keep her friendships intact when she finds out she's very good at delivering breakups, when demand is really picking up, and when the recipients don't take to the news too kindly?
Inspired by the Greek Goddess of discord Eris and by today's app services obsession.
Do you want to meet Eris? Do you want to see the waterworks? Then listen to this black comedy that will make your heart break.
©2016 George Saoulidis (P)2017 George Saoulidis
I am an avid reader and reviewer. I enjoy listening to audiobooks .
take a girl Eris who can't hold a job a friend with a startup and you find the best pairing.
Eris is a bit on the morbid side but she finds her life job in giving bad news and enjoys it.
I wish the story was a bit longer for sure but as a teaser it's great.
the narrator was fabulous, she made you want to continue to listen to rest of the story.
I was gifted this audio book and have given this review to the best of my ability.
my final word is listen to or read this book if you are into dark comedy.
Willow Star Serenity
I couldn't really get into this story and I was glad when it ended. The main character was horrible. The story wasn't written all that well. It was hard to follow or get into. The narrator made it worse in my opinion with her way too peppy voice narration. I won't be reading the rest of the episodes.
Funniest by far!
I love the twisted idea of someone giving the bad news for someone else.
Yes. Even better. I think comedy is her thing.
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