Money For Nothing

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Dave Marsdon has it all - men envy his intellect, bravado and fine threads and women quiver with excitement when he enters the room. He has worn a mask for so long that he now buys the bullshit he has spun about himself. However, Dave has a secret. How long can the guy who seemingly has it all carry on this façade? Will anyone uncover Dave’s secret from 14 years ago?
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 108,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458094933
About Dom Price

Born to Joy in 1977 in the wintry conditions of Manchester, England, I am a born again author. Having succumbed to the charms of the corporate world out of University and worked across the UK, Europe, USA and Australia, I had my Epiphany. I was a jerk!

Now a recovering accountant and IT consultant, I've been dry for over 2 years. To fill in some time and to fulfill a life long dream, I decided to write a book.

It's a book for everyone, because I think everyone will be able to empathise with at least one of the characters, because they are all real.

Reviews

Review by: Richard Higgins on Feb. 20, 2011 :
Money for nothing is one of those 'switch off and relax', easy read books that you will enjoy from the start and finish with a smile. There are plenty of laughs (and a few cringes) as Dave Marsden navigates his way through life in his quest for a corporate kingdom of his own. If you’ve even been a young professional working your way to the top, you’ll find the characters, stories and anecdotes highly relatable and entertaining.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Andrew Bornhorst on Feb. 08, 2011 :
Fantastic and humorous story that captures your attention and keeps you from putting it down as you read on autopilot to the very end. Dave Marsdon is the extreme of a relatable character that speaks to every perfectionist professional trying to ‘climb the corporate ladder’ and attempt to ignore their own human emotions and shortcomings.

The beginning of the story multi threads some unrelated stories that leaves the reader laughing, but wondering why they are included. As the book goes on, the stories meld together as they add to the legend of Dave Marsdon and set up the perfect ending.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Anthony Kirkham on Feb. 02, 2011 :
A very enjoyable read with an interesting and believable yet unbelievable character. The chapters move quickly and each delivers a little punch that keeps you reading on and on; the final few chapters really deliver.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Eric Leo on Jan. 04, 2011 :
Great fun. Dave Marsdon is the (inner) consultant you love to hate, would love to be, can't really believe exists, can't stop wanting the very best for, can't wait to be smacked (hard) on the head, all in one.
You probably fall more in love with the characters in his life, but you can't stop rooting for this simpleton genius they have in theirs.
The writing style takes a little while to start its flow, but some grammatical bumps aside it's not long before you're eating through the chapters, eager to live the journey that is Dave's passage into the greater reality.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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