|# of Units:||10 CDs|
|Length:||11 hours, 30 minutes|
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Struggled to make it halfway through the 2nd CD and gave up. Nothing was happening and I didn't care about any of the characters.
Good read to the very end. It took turns you would never suspect ...
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Anyone who has everyone worked for a large organization---especially in sales---will relate to the dynamics and the undertones. Story moved along quickly and, although some plot lines were obvious, I was always fully engaged. Worth reading especially if you enjoyed his other book, Corporate Man (unsure of exact title).
Joseph Finder is the author of The Moscow Club (1991), Extraordinary Powers (1993), The Zero Hour (1995), and High Crimes (1998). He is an expert on Russian affairs, international politics, and intelligence, and has written for The New York Times, The New Republic, and The (London) Times.