Title: Out Of Work: Lionel’s Promotion Becomes His Demotion
Author: Chris Henry
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform(December 27, 2013)
Number of Pages: 490 pages
ASIN: B00WN7G0C0 (EBook)
About The Author:
Chris Henry is a new Author based in Atlanta, Georgia. He’s one of the new kids on the block who is bringing fresh perspectives about everyday life to the written page.His debut novel “Out of Work” homes in on the humor in real-life, on-the-job circumstances. This novel was born out of Henry’s belief that he can find “the funny” in almost any situation.In Out of Work, Henry introduces megalomaniacal bosses, crazy co-workers, itty bitty paychecks and much more. He explores unexpected family dynamics like unstable relatives and finances as well and somehow manages to find the laughter. Out of Work will keep you rolling from cover to cover. So be ready to enjoy this honest and light-hearted gem, “Out of Work”.
About This Book:
This is a story about a guy who settled in a position at Allen Shields. After a few years of ass kissing, he got a big promotion that placed him right at the top, except now he’s managing a warehouse full of people who hates his guts. As a result, Lionel changed overnight and became the meanest boss anyone could ever work for. Even Lionel’s wife could see a change in him. Sheila wasn’t happy with the person that he became, nevertheless, she continued to support him. Hate from his employees grew by the day and it didn’t take long for Lionel to realize that working as a Plant Manager wasn’t what he expected.
Out Of Work: Lionel’s Promotion Becomes His Demotion Book Review:
Chris Henry’s novel “Out Of Work: Lionel’s Promotion Becomes His Demotion” takes you on a comedy journey to discover life at the work place from the way of looking of a married manager. Chris Henry throw in diverse characters and plot convolution into a laughable glimpse at balancing aspiration, trustworthiness, and personal values within on the job and at home with family. As I was reading “Out Of Work: Lionel’s Promotion Becomes His Demotion” reminds me as a Comedy block buster movie with an adult version with a combination of several of loose-jointed skits with approachable predication for the average individuals working a 9 to 5 job. The cleverness of this comedy narrative wrap around the main character of Lionel, who is entirely written as a freshly promoted plant manager at a new location space of a prominent California warehouse. This make the readers vision of Office Space in a warehouse. In defiance of Lionel’s becoming a middle management jerk, he not in any way seems to disconnected his chemistry throughout the story because of the representation ludicrous and achingly humiliate moments he give the feeling of fallen right into both at work and at his household. Occasionally, Lionel’s impression is like the literary chip off old block of Homer Simpson, George Jefferson and Al Bundy. In the act of the loving and deeply supportive wife, Sheila is the perfectly comparison to Lionel and his self-explanatory flaw. Even though this book have more than 450 pages but this massive book in my opinion is a simply to read narrative that create energy throughout take care of the worth for every page with massive die laughing.
Chris Henry really penned a graceful book that’s full of amusement. He takes the reader on an undeniable life journey and display for the readers about how not to take things so seriously in the work place. I believe that Chris written this book as an easy read that’s created like a play, a sitcom or even a movie. This book will both captivate and show the ropes about How To Be On Your Best Behavior at the Work Place. I am very sure that we all know someone at work who is an apple-polisher and grumpy person who are in charge over us. On this journey, Chris proceeds to prepare us on a journey with Them and provide us a commendable unrestrained laughter at the same time. I recommend this book everyone that are employees, employers, business owners and etc. You will definitely will get a great laugh. I was on the floor laughing from reading this book. Thank You Chris Henry for writing this great book especially for me because I definitely need a good laugh. Laughter is truly great for the soul.