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Je le recommande aux amateurs de Scott Adams!
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His new book, Your New Job Title is "Accomplice," finds Dilbert still working with the pointy-haired boss, Dogbert still offering his management advice, and Wally still finding ways to keep his job while not doing anything. Although little seems to change around Dilbert's office, Adams keeps it fresh and hilarious. Any fan of Dilbert will love this new collection.
Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the complimentary electronic review copy!
Well, this collection is primo cubicle Dilbert. There's a lot of Wally and of the pointy-haired boss. There are interns and there is Alice, as well as bitter secretary Carol. Most of the action is set in the office. You'll see more of the CEO, (he's the guy on the cover), and I'm happy to see top management getting a little more attention.
Curious, I checked and confirmed that the first Dilbert strips were published in 1989. I mention this only because it is amazing to me that this strip has lasted for 24 years and still manages to touch all of the right nerves. So, if your main question is whether Dilbert still has its mojo working and can still tickle you while depressing you in a non-lethal manner, the answer, to me, is "yes".
Please note that I received a free advance ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
Scott Adams still finds new ways for businesspeople to embarrass themselves and entertain us. He rings the changes on the main characters' peculiarities, and manages to show them from yet another viewpoint again and again.
When he stops coming up with new stuff, I'll stop buying his books. I'm budgeted out for at least two more decades. Keep 'em coming!
And this, my fellow denizens of Corporate America, is the Gospel according to Dilbert. Can I get an Amen?
"Your New Job Title Is `Accomplice'" brings fans a new batch of office truths cleverly disguised as harmless comics. No matter how absurd the scenarios presented, we still find ourselves nodding with knowing amusement. From the perils of outsourcing your servers to a third-world nation full of data vampires to the dangers of facial recognition software, Dilbert and his beleaguered colleagues commiserate with the rest of us as we shuffle through office life. My only complaint about this collection is that there is not nearly enough roboshark.
I really need my own roboshark.
Note: This review is based off of an advanced review copy.
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