For Albert Ferenzo, life is a series of ironic events that may or may not have a reason behind them. While struggling to find a niche for himself, Albert blames the corporate world for hindering his dream of making money and living a prosperous life. After playing the good guy his entire life, Albert decides that the only way to get ahead in the world is to be the bad guy. Albert questions his own fate as he drives himself to insanity in an effort to find happiness. The destinies of Albert and everyone around him intertwine as he finally realizes what life is all about or at least, he thinks he does in this revolt against normality.
We all know what its like to be the good guy. You feel like everyone around you steps all over you like a worn out welcome mat. Well, Albert Ferenzo has decided to change all that. He is sick and tired of being used and abused. So he decides to take fate into his own hands and stop being Mr. Nice Guy.
The situations he gets himself into once he gives up the nice guy image are completely hilarious. And no sooner would he pull himself out of one crazy situation, then he would end up in another. This book was rather dry in the beginning, but then again the world of stockbrokers is a rather dry one. It isn’t until his decision to change his entire perspective on life does the story pick up. But once it does, I thoroughly enjoyed it!
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