Having been a college writing adjunct for more years than I would like to admit, the Kindle Single, Adjunctivitis, caught my immediate attention when I was searching for a quick read. However I hesitated in purchasing it. I asked myself, could I really relive the horror of those days? The ceaseless grading of papers, the lame excuses of students asking for extensions, the paltry stipends, the benign neglect of supervisors, and the sheer futility of teaching what few students wanted to learn. Well, I did summon the courage to relive those days and purchased Adjunctivitis. I am happy to report that Gordon Haber does a wonderful job of capturing the absurdities in the life of one downtrodden adjunct professor, Robert Allen Rabinowitz, whose reaction to some choice opening lines of student essays alone is worth the $2.99 price of the book. Let's say that openers like, "Since the beginning of the universe, American society has always loved reality TV" cause Professor Rabinowitz's stomach to do more than turn. However you do not need to be a cynical adjunct or ex-adjunct to love this book. Anyone who has ever had a dead-end job should be able to appreciate the honesty and wit of Gordon Haber's Adjunctivitis. In fact the book may even prove infectious and inspire some who have miserable jobs to move on to pursue what they love instead!