Corporate spaces may seem boring and dreary, but they have immense material for storytelling. 10 Best Books Based On Office Politics
One of the only debut novels on this list, this one is a work of absolute brilliance and insane importance which deserves every accolade it has received.
This book follows Andrea Sachs, who is freshly out of college and lands a job that millions of girls are vying for – assistant to Miranda Pristley.
This book follows Candance Chen, who works in a sleek office in Manhattan. Then a pandemic sweeps the country, the Shen fever, which makes people repeat the same tasks.
The setting of this book is a NYC company, following the professional lives of people who work in it.
This book is the story of Katie Brenner, who is stuck I a rut while her boss, Demeter Farlowe lives the dream life.
Part romance, part office drama, this book follows the newly broken up Laurie, who dreads going to work because her ex works there.
This enemies to lovers romance set in a workplace called Bexley and Gamin. Lucy Hutton is nice to everyone and loved by anyone in the office – except Joshua Templeman.
This is a book told entirely in the form of email messages to and from Martin Lukes, a hilariously condescending man.
J.W Wells and Co. is an interesting company. But it is also very sinister. It offers lucrative promotions and offers to its distracted employees, but they have to pay a price for it.
This book follows Jason Flynn, who must work at his mother’s office as a punishment for being naughty.