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Tedious and lacking any purpose. I was hoping for some revelation at the end as hinted in the book's title but this non-story just ended. Read morePublished 1 month ago by self
This book doesn't really have a plot or even a focal protagonist, so it requires perseverance. I work in an office and related to the characters. It has a very satisfying ending.Published 1 month ago by JaneReader
This book was assigned as required reading for my English class, and I plan to burn it as soon as the essay is finished. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bobbo90
Love this writer's style. His use of the collective narrator is great. His narrators (in this book and To Rise Again at a Decent Hour) are hilarious and terribly flawed.Published 5 months ago by dntnnyc
This is the funniest book but also so heartfelt! Such insight into every characters heart and soul I absolutely loved this bookPublished 5 months ago by Peggy Gail
Another workplace tragicomedy. The first-person plural voice is amazing, and gets at the hollowness so many of us feel at our jobs. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Fulano Mengano
Loved this book. It is a wonderful still life of millennial, corporate Americana, which sounds dull and cliché, but this representation hits the mark with a unique... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer