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Breathe by Christopher Fowler
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It would be wrong to think of the board members as villains. Nothing is as black and white as that anymore. They’re a group of ordinary, hard-headed businessmen; but their luxurious private world is cocooned, far away from the floors below. They no longer empathise, because they’re dealing now in abstract concepts.

An unqualified health and safety officer teams up with a temp and a couple of her friends to investigate a very sick building and find out what happened to his predecessor, who has disappeared without trace. An enjoyable and amusing horror novella. ( )
  isabelx | Dec 27, 2016 |
Very funny, even though it's a fearful situation. Highly recommended. ( )
  iamiam | Jan 16, 2008 |
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All is not well at SymaxCorp. The work is piled high, people are toiling overnight to meet deadlines and the supervisors are keeping their beady eyes on everyone. But staff are complaining of feeling sick, and the last health and safety officer disappeared never to be seen again.… (more)

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