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I'm not exactly sure what to say about this book. It had some funny parts, because if you've ever worked in "cubicle land", you can identify with some of the characters and... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Marc A. Baldwin
Based on reviews from reputable sources from Stephen King to The New Yorker, I took a chance on Joshua Ferris's "Then We Came To The End. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Shadowrun
See my Comments about The Unnamed Joshua Ferris by the Same AuthorPublished 27 days ago by Richard A. Roberts
Who knew a book on typical, if over-the-top, office drama could be so enthralling? Ferris apparently, and he nails it.Published 1 month ago by Bryan Redding
I bought this book several years ago and it's one of the few books I can say I've read three times. It takes you on a journey where you are following along the lives of workers in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicole P.
Then We Came to the End, by Josh Ferris—I read the mixed reviews and then it struck me that mixed reviews may just be the type of book I'm drawn to—hit or miss. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JulieAnn Carter-Winward
Ferris is great. This book is, at times, very funny and terribly sad. Then We Came to the End is an interesting look at the way we live and work.Published 2 months ago by James A Davidsmeyer
It gets as tedious as the cubic life it explores but it has its like moments.
Light reading and good guide for switching cubic furniture about. Ends with a sigh.
This book is at once funny, touching, very human and absolutely accurate in it's portrayal of a worker's life as a cog in the machine that's the functioning office environment. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Binky McGee