"Because Eisner is himself a former engineering executive who ran a Boston company similar to Electronic Technologies, it's perhaps too easy to assume that this book is partly a memoir. But in either case, it never quite crosses the line that divides a compelling novel from a vanity project."
William Eisner's (The Sevigne Letters
, 1994) tale of corporate intrigue has an interesting start: Laid-off high-tech engineer George Breal spends half a year coping with unemployment and finally secures an interview with Dr. John Lowell, president of the Cambridge, Mass., company Electronic Technologies.
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