Stunningly well written workplace tragicomedy. If white-collar neoliberalism had a story, this is it.Published 25 days ago by Fulano Mengano
The book is so funny, the conceit delights and haunts. The book is playful in form while remaining heartfelt. I'll be rereading it soon.Published 3 months ago by bmpbmp
I really liked this book. It was smart, clever and really, really funny. I can see how some reviewers did not like it - if you don't like this type of humor, you will not like... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Knerrd
'Jill is one of those rare people who are more timid on e-mail than in real life. Sometimes she waits till Friday to send her nonurgent business e-mails, because then she can add... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Simon Barrett 'Il Penseroso'
I was all set to love this book. It was witty, amusing and outright funny in parts, but tiresome at about the 1/2 mark. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Jennifer L Glaeser
I kept thinking, Is the author of Then We Came to the End suing Park?
Personal Days, like TWCE, is told in plural first person. Read more
There was never a point where the book grabbed me. It will definitely make you chuckle a few times..
It's not really a narrative from start to finish.. Read more
For me, this book never really came together. One of those books where the whole is NOT better than the sum of its parts. Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by Joshua Maislin