Revenge of The Outcast
by R. Richard
Jim refuses a career ending assignment to a field site and loses his job.
Outcast Jim gets another job, with a company that acquires his previous company.
Jim then gets to interview the people who made him an outcast.
Jim doesn’t seek revenge, or does he?
No. words: 9484
Style: General Fiction
Product type: EBook
Published: 2 / 2018
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Job politics skills experience infighting
I spent my early years in the part of Los Angeles known as the South Central. I was known as Whi' Boy, which was sufficient to identify me in that place. I'm a skilled kung-fu player, using a system that I learned from a Korean I knew only as 'Pak.' It would be easier to tell you the places that Pak wasn't wanted by the police, rather than the places where he was wanted by the police. Pak's kung-fu system, augmented by some bits and pieces from some Chinese practitioners is quick and effective, or I wouldn't be alive today. My early education was mostly obtained by stealing books from the public library [I always returned them and the Librarian even began to provide me with reading lists.] I did go to high schools, but I never really learned anything there. I eventually graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, UCLA, with a degree in mathematics.
I write science fiction and erotica.