This highly intelligent and deeply funny debut memoir skewers a segment of the economy that nearly every white-collar worker has learned to fear and loathe: consultancies. . . . His reconstructed dialogue from within his (unnamed) firm and from his time serving clients is alone with the price of admission. "Publishers Weekly
A more entertaining book about business is unlikely to appear for a long time. "Economist.com""
Exceedingly smart and funny ... Kihn's breezy, Jay McInerney-inspired writing renders the damnable daily life of the management consultant precisely, often hilariously. "Salon.com""
A dark but bitingly funny behind-the-scenes look at the consulting industry in the tradition of Liar's Poker and Monkey Business