There are some good interview tips in this book. At the start, anyway, then it turns into the worst interview ever. Some unusual psychometric questions are quickly followed by a disappearing interviewer. Except he hasn't disappeared at all, he is watching as the interviewee tries to get out of a locked room.
This is a fast and tense thriller with few characters. It is written mainly from the first person point of view of the interviewee, with a few chapters from other characters in the third person. However, the attempts to escape from the locked building did go on for a very long time and it is a bit too much.
An original premise and brilliant opening. A great read for those who like 'cat and mouse' type of thrillers.
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Published by Pan MacMillan on 17 February 2022.
Advanced review copy supplied by the publisher.