“Chilling . . . the right summer time page-turner.” ―Chicago Tribune
“Kafka would like The appealing Bureaucrat. . . . It’s a shocking revelation of a publication from an uncompromising writer as special as she is talented.” ―NPR
“Riveting . . . thrillerlike . . . eventually, The appealing Bureaucrat succeeds since it isn’t afraid to invite the inner most questions.” ―The big apple occasions publication Review
In a windowless development in a distant a part of city, a newly hired younger girl, Josephine, inputs an never-ending string of numbers into whatever recognized in simple terms because the Database. because the days inch by means of and the records stack up, Josephine feels more and more fearful in her surroundings―the office’s scarred pinkish partitions tackle a residing caliber, the drone of keyboards echoes eerily down the lengthy halls. whilst one night her husband Joseph disappears after which returns, delivering no rationalization as to his whereabouts, her creeping unease shifts decidedly to dread, in Helen Phillips's The appealing Bureaucrat.