Painted in gold on the circular front door are the words "Kerman Enterprises - bringing dreams into reality since 1998."
The walls to your right and left have been painted a deep, vibrant purple. So has the wall behind you, when you turn to look. The wall opposite you is completely covered with shelves. You see the company's fifty favorite books and series, featuring the top books of 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001, and all of the Hugo and Nebula award-winning novels; there's also a stack of aging newspapers. There are some comfortable chairs near the books, and one of those rolling ladders to reach the higher shelves. The floor is hardwood, and has some braided rugs on it near the bookshelves. The ceiling has a poster tacked to it, which shows a photograph of Albert Einstein sticking his tongue out.
The wall to your right has a door to a study, and a bulletin board with a few comics tacked haphazardly to it. Past that, you see an ergonomically sound chair and desk. On the desk is a clunky-looking Apple ][+ computer, complete with monochrome green monitor. On the wall next to it hangs a site map.
A small table bearing a catalog stands against the wall to your left. Past the table, a door leads into a gallery of original works of art by Quakers, and an archway opens out into the Emporium and Review.
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