Book Review: Very Bad Company by Emma Rosenblum

Get ready for a wild corporate ride with Very Bad Company! This delightfully mischievous novel takes readers behind the scenes of a swanky tech company retreat in Miami, where the sun is sizzling, and the drama is even hotter.

I listened to the audiobook of this one, and I thought it made for a great listen. The narrator, January LaVoy, was great. I’d definitely listen to more books narrated by her.

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Our protagonist, Caitlin Levy, is the newest member of Aurora’s elite crew, scoring an enviable gig as the head of events. With a jaw-dropping seven-figure salary, cushy perks, and all the vacation days her heart desires, it seems like Caitlin has hit the jackpot. But as we all know, when things look too good to be true, there’s usually a catch.

The fun and games take a sinister turn when a high-ranking executive mysteriously vanishes on the first night. With millions of dollars hanging in the balance, Caitlin and her colleagues must maintain a picture-perfect façade, playing along with team-building exercises and brainstorming sessions while the suspense simmers behind the scenes.

Very Bad Company is a deliciously snarky sendup of corporate culture, dishing out both laughs and thrills in equal measure. Buckle up and enjoy this compulsively readable romp through the treacherous world of big business and bigger egos. You’ll be equal parts entertained and appalled – in the best way possible!

This reminded me of one of my favorite Ruth Ware books, One by One. If you’re looking for another great corporate retreat thriller and haven’t read that one, make sure you add it to your TBR!


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