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    Mission Improbable

    Lots of fun and adventure in this one. If my Monday has to be a "manic Monday", let it be like this.... And it's nice to see someone out there who understands ADD and ADHD so well! Looking forward to reading more...
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    Mission Improbable. J J Green

    Despite starting with a scatty ditsy heroine, I found she grew on me. She turned out to be a likeable young woman. The plot also seem quixotic bordering on silly. It too develops into matters of life and death which I found myself being curious enough to care about the protagonists. All in all a good read. Thanks J J Green.
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    Accidental Job

    When reading this book you have to suspend rational thinking. The main character, Carrie Hatchett, is young (about 20) and has failed at every job she has ever held. Mainly because she doesn't listen or follow procedures and just wings it. She places a personal ad which gets misinterpreted as a job application with an intergalactic space agency. At the interview, she accepts the job offer simply because she wants the bag/purse that the tools come in. When she gets home, she leaves all the tools and uniform on her kitchen table. When she gets transported to her first assignment, she has no tools and no clue as to what she's doing. With gigantic office supplies and a sea full of custard, she stumbles to solve the planetary crisis.
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