A crackling satire of corporate America, it has been compared to other classics of the genre Sorry to Bother You by Boots Riley and Jordan Belfort's The Wolf of Wall Street'
A satire about race, work, ambition and power, it's sharp and hilarious. . . Different and fabulous
A wonderful, riotous romp
An entertaining read with much to say about race relations
An irresistible comic novel
Askaripour closes the deal on the first page
Askaripour wields a sharp satirical blade to deliver social commentary . . . He may have written the first satire that doubles as self-help
Askaripour's satire of the tech industry-and of the intersection between capitalism and American racial politics-will appeal to fans of Paul Beatty's Booker-prizewinning novel "The Sellout" and Jordan Peele's film "Get Out"
Black Buck is as funny as it is smart
Blazing . . . A fast-paced, sharp, hilarious story with a lot of heart.
Different and fabulous
Energetic . . . Black Buck boasts a brisk pace, ebullient narrator and an inspirational tone
Fast-paced, energetic and confident
Rhapsodic and incisive
Sharp, clever and often hilarious
This quick-witted, trenchant debut novel starts like a superhero origin story . . . What follows is a harrowing tale that operates at the fraught intersection of capitalism, race, and class