In the not too distant future one labor organization rose to power out of the ashes of a global economic meltdown. In a world where everyone was required to be employed and no one could be fired, a bunch of mindless idiots found themselves with jobs and the Office Hunger Games was created. Each month a Company was selected for the games and the employees must either side with Management and get a lot of work done or fight to the death. The games were the only time that anyone was allowed to be fired and to be fired meant you were to be killed. Management had never lost….until now.
If you’ve ever wanted to legally kill your boss, the Office Hunger Games is your chance. Pick up that AK-47 staple gun, man a paperclip machine gun, and fire that toner cartridge mortar! Just don’t forget to clock in and out on time or you might get a letter opener to your throat. You’ll have so much fun that it will make the rest of your life feel like a meaningless waste of time.
Here’s what some people are saying or probably would say about the Office Hunger Games if they could:
“I think it’s an incredible philosophical and metaphysical journey. The reader will invariably question his own reality, his own sanity, and even his own hairstyle. Almost too powerful of a journey, yet one that must be undertaken if one is to live a life of meaning. I recommend that everyone should purchase 5 copies of the book at once.” – Brian Burns, author of Office Hunger Games
“Astonishing.” – Homeless guy in Los Angeles
“Without a doubt the best book I never read.” – An illiterate
“I conquered most of the known world in my time but I can say for certain that this book is truly what is great.” – Alexander the Great
“I don’t think I even needed to come down there, this book says it all.” - Jesus
“It’s as good as it’s gonna get.” – An honest reader