From Publishers Weekly
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Still, I have not laughed so hard since the first time I read 'The Dilbert Principle'.
The Way of the Weasel is goes a step beyond Scott Adams comic strip books and includes written discussions which support each strip.
As you race through it, the only downside is the shrinking number of pages remaining to be read.
I read this book a long time ago and loved it. I just bought this CD after reading Scott Adams' latest book, "How to Fail at Almost Anything and Still Win Big. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Joy Casey
I got this as a gift for my dad because he loves Dilbert. He seemed to like receiving it. I didn't realize it was as thick as it was, but he looked forward to reading it.Published 1 month ago by Jodi
Classic Dilbert. Always makes me laugh and laugh. Added value to my humor.Published 2 months ago by Mick
Just like the other Dilbert books I own I love this one for it's grasp on reality. I'm one hundred percent certain that every single boss I have now would fit into the weasel... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amanda A Haaland
If you like Dilbert's guide to the rest of your life dispatches from cubical land you will love this book but just don't buy it used.Published 3 months ago by melvin Coplin
In this hilarious addition to the Dilbert library, author Scott Adams supports his contention that all people are weasels. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
Looking forward to his latest book coming out soon. Just wish Calvin and Hobbes were stil going. Next best is the guy from Alaska. .Published 10 months ago by P. Van Scoten
This book is very funny. Much of what the author says I can relate to from working in the corporate loony bin for so many years.Published 17 months ago by Carl Persson