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Accurately captures life in corporate America
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2021
The author has really done his homework on corporate America. Any working man at a corporation can identify with the protagonist and the tensions he faces as a caring husband and soon-to-be father.
Where the story went off the rails for me was the treatment of the evil villain, Kurt Semko. He was just too evil to be believable. The ending was too James Bond like. The hero kills the villain, frees the friend who was close to death, gets promoted to the highest ranks of the company and is adored by the love of his life...the end. It seemed very rushed. I was hoping for a much more nuanced conclusion which would have made this a 5-star review.