Pitying the Prisoner | Park Jimin
Cora works for an organization known to her only as "The Company." Her job is to break prisoners -- to destroy their will to live; to essentially bend their minds to The Company's will. She's excellent at her job, the best The Company has ever seen.
One day, a new prisoner is brought in, and it's Cora's job to break him. Something about him is different, though, and Cora can't quite identify what it is. He intrigues her.
So, when it all comes down to it, is it Cora who breaks Jimin, or the other way around?
- this book will take about three hours to read, so if you have three hours to kill, give this a shot! thanks!