|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Talk about who's making money off of the public that doesn't deserve it.
If you've ever wondered what its like to really be a pharmaceutical salesman, this book is a great read, just for the info on sales.
I am disappointed that I did and wouldn't have spent the money on the book because frankly it was pretty boring.
Enjoyable and as a salesman who frequents the same bars as he has, relatable. but quite an anticlimactic end. Overall worth the read thoughPublished 4 months ago by Brendan
Catchy title - but that's due to screenwriter Ted Griffin. He talked the author out of using an earlier one. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jet Lagged
The author is a likable guy but the story is not compelling (at all) until you find out how it is this thing ever showed up on your book search.Published 10 months ago by Billy T
Very funny and easy to read! This was a very candid book about Reidy"s experience as a pharmaceutical representative during the hey-day of the pharmaceutical industry.Published 14 months ago by Karla Kassey
I HATED reading this book for my Pharmacy Ethics class. I started to give this one star because I hated the book so much, but I didn't want that to look bad on the seller. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stephanie
Love the book... really love the movie.....Both will one day be a classic.....Ann Hathaway..and.. Jake Gyllenhaal....make the book come alive on the screen
You would expect a book about a Viagra salesman to be chockfull of cocky bravado -- but it isn't! It's and incredibly entertaining story about a guy who lucked into a great career... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Stephen Belanger
It would be interesting read during the early years of Viagra, read it in 2013 and it's dull like raw egg.Published 23 months ago by Jozef Thenu