I found this book to be kind of boring. The first CD hits hard with the sort of "Big Business is Evil" mantra that is common from the left these days. Maybe this alone is worth listening to the book if you enjoy conspiracy theories. But I continued listening hoping the author would get around the "subversive satire" as the description says. It is tempered more in the rest of the novel, but the action never intrigued me enough to make the time spent worthwhile. I was hoping for a shocker in the end about who really dunnit, but it all seemed to come unraveled with too many bad guys, no real growth for our narcissistic hero, and a wholly unsatisfying, fast-forward "where are they now" ending.
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