I Hope This Finds You Well: Unabridged edition

By Natalie Sue, Read by Nasim Pedrad

‘Darkly funny… will resonate with anyone who’s ever rolled their eyes at the water cooler’ HARPER’S BAZAAR

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.

Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 23 May 2024
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-860448-6
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
Natalie Sue is a bicultural Persian British Canadian writer. Until recently, she worked in criminal justice. She lives in Calgary with her husband, daughter, and dog.

”'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

‘A darkly funny riot… a heroine you end up feeling fuzzy about' The Times -

”'This darkly funny debut novel will resonate with anyone who's worked a soul-crushing corporate job” - Red

'Wickedly funny … This sparking debut will have you snickering in the break room' People Magazine -

‘A darkly funny satire that cuts right to the quick of modern office life, this will resonate with anyone who's ever rolled their eyes at the water cooler' Harper's Bazaar -

'A sweet and smart reminder that no one has this figured out' Stylist -

”'A sharp, witty debut” - Woman & Home

'Such a clever, funny, bittersweet read - if Eleanor Oliphant worked in an office, she’d be friends with Jolene' Belfast Telegraph -

”'Bright, hilarious, witty and so moving … Sue portrays the tedium and triumph of life in an office cubicle” - Amanda Eyre Ward, author of The Jetsetters

'Unexpected, surprisingly sweet, and totally made my day. Which is to say: I devoured it! Fans of The Office will delight' Shelby Van Pelt, author of Remarkably Bright Creatures -

'I knew I would fall in love from the first page … This is a book you're going to want to read as slowly as possible to savor every hilarious, heartfelt moment' Jesse Sutanto, author of Dial A for Aunties -

”'Office Space meets Fleabag in this utterly unique, hilarious, and lovable novel” - Colleen Oakley, author of The Mostly True Story of Tanner and Louise