The good: it has a few insights into software project management. Most are pretty trivial though.
The bad: in terms of prose, the story and characters, it’s simply horrible. Such lame and superficial literary devices.. e.g. at the very end the authors wants let us have closure, I guess, about the major characters. So he arranges for the protagonist to meet with a future-teller who then foretells him what each character ended up doing years after. Like some lame ass montage at the end of a horrible cheesy movie. The entire book is like this.
I say if you’re going to read something by the author, stick to the nonfiction, because you’ll get more bang for the buck and you wouldn’t have to endure what I just went through with this thing.