This is a funny book. I like it a lot. The voice is perfect, the characters are engaging in spite of themselves, the anecdotes keep the action going in the absence of an overarching plot, and I think the comment it makes on America's professional world is damning and insightful.
It also hits the reader with serious business from time to time. The narration (the point-of-view character throughout is an anonymous "we") is a stroke of genius.
I'm glad Diana praised this book, and that I could pick up a six-dollar copy of the hardcover. Yay!