Believable dialogue, a whip smart and cynical central character, clever reversals and an entertaining amount of bone-crunching violence help wrap up this nasty package with a pretty little bow. An entertaining, ferociously violent romp about a morally bankrupt killer trying to find his way home.
Black humor and surprise twists distinguish Kuhn's highly entertaining debut, which puts a fresh spin on the theme of the hardened criminal planning one last job.
All of the testosterone-bloated wisdom of Tucker Max mixed w/the satire of American Psycho.
An immersive literary experience
A serious guilty pleasure. (Well, semi-serious and semi-guilty, but definitely a pleasure.)
Dark, but brilliantly written
Set to be the book of the summer
Kill Your Boss has "cult classic" written all over it... fast-moving, twisty, ultraviolent... revelling in its own lack of pretension and sheer entertainment value
A thrilling, jet-black comedy that crackles with action... sleek, quirky and enjoyable
On highly original, entertaining movie of a book. Sometimes funny, often gripping and always keeping you on your toes, Kill Your Boss is up there with the better of the year's books
Kuhn's writing is cartoonishly violent, adolescently cynical - and enormous fun