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.
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
Set to be the book of the summer
A thrilling, jet-black comedy that crackles with action... sleek, quirky and enjoyable
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.
An immersive literary experience
Kuhn's writing is cartoonishly violent, adolescently cynical - and enormous fun
A serious guilty pleasure. (Well, semi-serious and semi-guilty, but definitely a pleasure.)
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
Dark, but brilliantly written