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Author: Fernando Trías de Bes Narrator: Kerin McCue Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: December 2006 ISBN: 9781436112864
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The Time Seller, the second book of business fiction from Fernando Trías de Bes—author of the international acclaimed bestseller Good Luck—is not your standard business model book nor a “get with the program” corporate drone story. It breaks the mold and offers a funny (and perhaps existential) meditation on time, work, meaning, and the true costs of “selling out” to the system.

Trías de Bes has written an acerbic commentary that seeks to awaken those bound to a routine that has become the source of alienation.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “A satire that is a generous invitation to reflection, a call to reclaim our most valuable asset: our time. In other words: our lives.” 

    Alex Rovira, author, The Inner Compass and coauthor of Good Luck

  • “Kafka could not have painted a more alienated picture of how we enslave ourselves. Fernando Trías de Bes has woven a plot with endless surprising turns and with a gift for satire, irony, and humor. He gives us a mirror in which we can view ourselves and question our lives.”

    Philip Kotler, professor of international marketing at the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management

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About the Narrator

Kerin McCue is an audiobook narrator whose readings include Charles Wheelan’s Naked Economics, Larry LcMurtry’s Horseman, Pass By, Stanley Bing’s Rome, Inc, and Tom Bissell’s The Father of All Things.