Take a normal, footloose 30 something, put him in a pressure cooker and see what comes out. A highly entertaining take on big business and redundantly, their lack of ethics. What happens when you find yourself compromising your basic personality? Do you give up, cave in or grow. Having spent some time, 25 years, in the tech industry, I found the premise entirely too believable. A compelling read, I recommend the story to any of you who have ever questioned the moral aspects of your career. In spite of the thought provoking content, a quick and engrossing book.
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