A novel that is part tribute and part lampoon of office life. You’ll nosedive into absurd antics, quirky personalities, 80s nostalgia, unrequited infatuation, and Silicon Valley excess.
Luke is young and stuck at the bottom of the career ladder, but he doesn’t intend to stay there. The grizzled programmer in the next cubicle has been working on the same software for decades and just wants to stay off the radar of the executives.
Unfortunately, the corporate agenda is about to steamroll over their hope and dreams, and you know what they say about sticking your neck out too far . . .
You’ll love the perfect mix of humor, despair, and satire. Get your copy of The Branch Office today!