First line: “I always wanted to be an agony aunt.”
The sub-title and cover art tell us a lot about what you’ll get in the book: “all the office questions never dared ask”, with sticky note questions such as “should I tell my boss what I think of him?” and “Is it okay to date a co-worker.” Yes, some of the answers seem rather obvious – unless you’re the person who is doing the asking. It’s much harder when we are in fact the one in the scenario. What makes The Real Office a winner is not just the relatable situations and the witty and logical answers, but the answers from other commenters who help keep things in pespective and help us to see there is no one right answer for real life in a real office.
For: Anyone who works in an office and for those of us who don’t, to help us appreciate being out of the rat race, or help us muddle through. – Malena Lott