An office drone, Wilbur Rush, recently is promoted from a chattel to a Mid-Manager, who is always afraid of Human Resources considering him no longer useful. His fate to be turned into enough power to light a one-bedroom dwelling for less than an hour.
No one in F-Block had ever heard anything as violent as this slamming door before. Not even when HR gunned random chattels down on the street to ensure their population quota was in check. Distraught from a long day at the office, Wilbur searched his dwelling for nostalgia and found an old box and discovered he had a child he never knew about.
The search and staying under HR’s radar is at the core of interweaving plots between Upper-Management, who sit on top of the caste system, as well as the rebellion of the maintenance men, and a hidden automated enemy trapped in an abandoned amusement park. All the while the lowly chattel workers hum away in their cubicles.
Look around your cubicle. Most office dwellers already experience the nightmare that will unfold in the pages that follow. You already dread a visit from Human Resources. Resign while you can.
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Heath grew up Wyoming in a small-town like what you see in 1980s films with the 10-speed bicycle being the primary form of transportation. His debut novel, Human Resources, was launched in 2020. He is currently working on a sci-fi novel; How the Moon was Split in Two as well as an interconnecting short horror story collection.
Heath has a degree in History from the University of Wyoming and holds an MBA from the University of Mary. He has a career as a full-time Data Scientist and writes while code is compiling. He currently spends free time with his wife and two daughters building Legos, hiking, gardening, and amateur astronomy. He lives in Wyoming with his wife Jillian and daughters. You can contact him at email@example.com