“A madcap, riotous adventure. … Bardsley excels at fast-paced, observational wit that manages to poke fun at our modern life while adding a little heart.Booklist

“[A] funny romp.” San Jose Mercury News

“A fresh satire that is both spot-on and hilarious.” Tim Dorsey, New York Times bestselling author of  Florida Roadkill

“The most fun book I’ve read in a long, long time.” — Jessica Anya Blau, bestselling author of The Trouble with Lexie

“Likably wry and dementedly screwball.” Lou Berney, Edgar Award winning author of The Long and Faraway Gone

Greg Bardsley has a keen sense of the absurdity of everyday life, particularly Corporate America. But he gets the real things right, too, like all the messy stuff that makes us human. My advice: ditch your next meeting and start reading. You won’t regret it.” Matthew Norman, author of We’re All Damaged

“Fasten your seatbelt. THE BOB WATSON is a madcap race against time and conflicting priorities in California’s go-go Silicon Valley—a raucous parody of the valley’s twisted family and corporate values.” – Al Riske, author of Precarious, Sabrina’s Window, and The Possibility of Snow

“The Bob Watson is wonderfully inventive, decidedly absurd, and sidesplittingly funny. I pulled a ‘Bob Watson’ – abandoning friends, family and work – and raced through it in a day.” – Mark Richardson, author of Hunt for the Troll