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liked it 3.0  ·  Rating Details ·  51 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Join Bill Morison on his journey through corporate America, as he learns about auditing insurance and just how irritating people can be. This book contains office related humor, inspired by the author's experiences in navigating through corporate life. If you've ever worked in an office with coworkers you just couldn't understand, you will find yourself reminiscing about ...more
Kindle Edition, 146 pages
Published April 16th 2010 (first published April 8th 2010)
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Aug 20, 2011 Elaine rated it liked it
This author has talent. Just needs to be honed. For instance, Bill gets a ride into work with his friend Ankle in his Camaro but at the end of the work day, Bill gets in his own silver Impreza to go home. And I'm glad Adrian has "matching eyes." My question would be "As opposed to what?"

"She looked over her shoulder at him and shuttered." I think the author means "shuddered." Shutters would have to do with what one has on their windows. Fiasco has strait teeth? Get a dictionary, bro!

Ha! That was
Dec 31, 2012 Nyssa rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone who liked Office Space
Actual rating 3.5

LOL. What an oddly enjoyable story. Just an average man, with an average job and average, but quirky, coworkers, going about his days, weeks, months. Nothing special, yet somehow the writer manages to suck you in.

If you like the movie Office Space (which it does reference at one point), then I think you'll like this book. I did have to knock down the rating, however, for the sloppy editing towards the end of the story. The further you go along the more missing words, misspelling
Sep 07, 2016 Liz rated it liked it
I took a chance on this one because office-related stories aren't usually what I'm into, but it was pretty enjoyable! It was a light, funny read and it would have been quick if I wasn't busy lately.

I enjoyed how each chapter seemed to be a random day in Bill's life working for Riders insurance. There wasn't much development anywhere because of that, but some of the characters were funny!

There are quite a few typos and not enough commas, but it's not that much of an issue while reading (for me).
Sep 21, 2011 Tristan rated it it was ok
I actually enjoyed the light-hearted first person style used by the author but after reading through half of the book, I found myself wanting the book to either end or develop some high or low points. Someone else noted it is reminiscent of The Office and it is, but it feels like a marathon of episodes, rather than just one. This can be released as short stories and be successful too. Good start and good exposure for the author!
Jul 23, 2012 Andrew rated it did not like it
Terrible writing and spelling. Sometimes seems like a demo for product placement in book form. I mean, how many times does the protagonist need to mention his love of Buffalo Wild Wings? More like a poorly written blog than a book.
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Jul 12, 2011 Beckimoody Moody rated it really liked it
This was better than I expected with a lot of office-based humor. While I have never worked in an insurance company, I could relate to a lot of the situations in the book.
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It definately had its funny moments. I actually liked the ending.
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Funny. I so can relate
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I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. I didn't want to write until October of 2007. While I was driving around with a friend and said "hey, I wonder if I can write a book." So he thought he would try and write outline and see what happens. I has written two books that are in podcast form, and has over 80,000 downloads on his podcasts. Both of my books are out in ebook form with 8810 in ...more
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