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Posted October 8, 2008
Funny and Compelling
Initially, the book is funny and the situations immediately identifiable to anyone who's worked in a corporate environment. Much of the first section of the book is dedicated to mockery of modern management styles and the abuses of the English language that often accompany them. But the odd first-person-plural narrative comes off as somewhat gimmicky and, initially, there's not much difference between most of the characters and little sense of plot. But this changes throughout the book and it really picks up some speed and an interestingly menacing tone towards the end. The relationships hinted at in the final section come off as a bit forced and I'd have liked a little more character development in the beginning to justify it - but still, it does come together quite nicely and in general this is a great book.
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Posted September 22, 2010
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