What would you do if you seemed to be immortal? How would you spend all that time? And would you ever write a memoir? The narrator of Life Is A Temp Position says he's tried seven times before. He says he's almost a thousand years old, and still doesn't kw how or why he's immortal. And it doesn't matter. He's one of the richest people in the world. The true top 1%. Or so he thinks. Eric has seen things that most people don't kw were ever even there. He used to be the Black Knight, of Arthurian Legend. In the mid-1600s he helped kill the last two Thunderbirds - or dragons - in North America. He was treated like a living god in El Dorado before the arrival of Spanish conquistadors. He's kwn as something of a demon in the criminal underworld. But the facade of a man in control disintegrates as he comes to terms with his own identity, and those of the other immortals he finds. And battles. And loves.