I Hope This Finds You Well
‘Darkly funny with a brilliant premise’ Emma Gannon
For readers who loved The Office US and Really Good, Actually comes the awkward heroine you’re about to fall in love with
Would you want to know what your colleagues say behind your back?
Jolene certainly doesn’t.
She’s riddled with anxiety, depressed, and hates her coworkers. The less she knows about them, the better.
So when a catastrophic IT f*ck up grants her access to all of their emails and private messages, she’s initially horrified. The last thing she wants is to be privy to their sad discussions about dying desk plants and marital troubles.
That’s until, with job cuts looming, she realises the power this new-found knowledge gives her.
But as she digs deeper and deeper into the private lives of her colleagues, Jolene uncovers a lot more than she bargained for… And the walls she’d so carefully built start crumbling down.
”'Darkly funny with a brilliant premise: our endearingly petty protagonist Jolene accidentally gets access to her colleagues' emails. Think The Office, but for burnt out Millennials” - Emma Gannon
”'Bright, hilarious, witty, and so moving . . . Sue portrays the tedium and triumph of life in an office cubicle . . . and the magic that happens when lonely people search for connection” - Amanda Eyre Ward, author of The Jetsetters
”'A hilarious and heartfelt exploration of the secrets we keep in order to get ahead and what happens when those painful truths no longer hold us back. Full of wickedly sharp banter and spectacularly funny office shenanigans, Jolene's story stole my heart” - Elle Cosimano, author of Finlay Donovan Is Killing It
”'Office Space meets Fleabag in this utterly unique, hilarious, and lovable novel. Natalie nails the minutiae of being a cog in the machine of corporate capitalism, but more impressively she gets to the heart of what it really means to be human” - Colleen Oakley, author of The Mostly True Story of Tanner and Louise
”'A hilarious skewering of office culture and its mundanities, I Hope This Finds You Well is also a poignant tale of human connection. Natalie Sue deftly shows us that, as much as our coworkers annoy us, most of them are just trying to do the best with the hand life has dealt them - just like we are” - Mikki Brammer, author of The Collected Regrets of Clover