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Posted February 15, 2014
A richly-detailed analysis of the meltdown of a large family bus
A richly-detailed analysis of the meltdown of a large family business, as seen through the eyes of a long-term employee. The characters are very well portrayed, and it is easy to align with the main narrator. The story itself is detailed and exciting, and the ending is kept in doubt right to the very end. It is an excellent study of how human nature can destroy the greatest of enterprises and the closest of families. I found it a little extreme that every woman in the story is beyond the 99th percentile beautiful, and from the description mostly clones of each other. All the rest of the characters were identifiable as real people, and the presentation of human nature at both its best and worst was very satisfying. I enjoyed the book and recommend it for a pleasant read.
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