What do readers have to say? Style A New York Times Review says that Bolton's memoir "has been written with so little discernible attention to style and narrative form...." One reader (who asked to remain anonymous because he/she fears retribution at work) finds You're Hired! to be an "extremely well-written book." Brian Blase found it to be "enjoyable and easy to read." Tone Back to the review of Bolton, "Underneath it all courses a festering obsession with his enemies ...the book is bloated with self-importance." Pages xii and xviii of You're Hired! explain how I was "the Apprentice" and that readers should be "prepared to be as amazed and humbled as I was." By Joe Grogan's reading, You're Hired! is an "an insightful, honest, book ... free from score settling and self
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