David Zaring at the Conglomerate Blog (which tax types will recall also used to feature Vic Fleischer) has just posted a brief review of Getting It. David finds it "concise, witty, and sometimes racy. I just sped through it, and commend it to you all."
As a serial reviewer of legal fiction, David compares Getting It to Kermit Roosevelt's In the Shadow of the Law, which I haven't read but realize I should. The two apparently take similarly dim views of life in a big law firm, though (as David notes) Kermit wrote in the thriller genre whereas I employ "black humor."
A word on the "concise" point. Getting It is indeed short - if you want to be technical about it, 61,000 words or so. Elephantine fiction is all the vogue these days. Back in the day, another aspiring author told me I'd have a better shot of finding a mainstream commercial publisher if I expanded it to 100,000 words or so. I declined; padding it struck me as insane, and I think the pace is a real strong point.
If you're taking your summer vacation any time soon, keep in mind that the Amazon shipping weight is only 6.4 ounces. But I get the sense from readers that you may want to set aside a stretch of time when you don't have to worry about other obligations while in the middle of it.