The Store is about a huge online store which delivers your heart’s desire to your back door…for a price of course.
Nearly unemployed writers Jacob and Meagan decide to go undercover and work for The Store while digging up its secrets to include in a new book.
They move from New York to a small town, in rural America, where The Store’s main office/warehouse is located. They are, upon arrival, greeted by name by residents of the town who are all total strangers. This unnerves both of them.
Upon moving in to their home, provided by The Store, they discover it is contains many surveillance cameras which they remove. The next day the cameras are replaced even though their house was locked when they left for the day. And that sets the scene for The Store.
While reading The Store all I could think of was some of today’s online stores which, to my knowledge, have no physical presence. Were the authors making inferences? Or is it my furtive imagination?
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