If a satire breeds misconceptions, it's an effective satire. The more misconceptions, the more powerful the messages within the satire. Satire can be witty and wise, so it would behoove the reader to drop all their judgmental baggage and other distortions at the cover before entering the pages of satire.
"A person doesn’t try to obtain freedom if they think they’re already free."
The Beasts of Success is being shadow-banned and facing every possible attack from those that don't want the truth to get out.
If you're curious about this and want to read some of the collected shadow-banning evidence and overall sabotage of this novel, you may do so on the Shadow-Banning page.
Since Amazon is deleting a staggering amount of positive reviews for The Beasts of Success on their site—which is one of the points spoken about on the shadow-banning page—I thought I'd take a screenshot of 17 good reviews and place them below in case they end up getting deleted like many others already have been.