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Whisper Network EPUB Whisper Network Chandler Baker Thomashillier.co.uk Four Women Learn Their Boss A Man Who S Always Been Surrounded By Rumors About How He Treats Women Is Next In Line To Be CEO What Will Happen When They Decide Enough Is Enough Sloane, Ardie, Grace, And Rosalita Are Four Women Who Have Worked At Truviv, Inc., For Years The Sudden Death Of Truviv S CEO Means Their Boss, Ames, Will Likely Take Over The Entire Company Ames Is A Complicated Man, A Man They Ve All Known For A Long Time, A Man Who S Always Been Surrounded Bywhispers Whispers That Have Always Been Ignored By Those In Charge But The World Has Changed, And The Women Are Watching Ames S Latest Promotion Differently This Time, They Ve Decided Enough Is Enough Sloane And Her Colleagues Set In Motion A Catastrophic Shift Within Every Floor And Department Of The Truviv Offices All Four Women S Lives As Women, Colleagues, Mothers, Wives, Friends, Even Adversaries Will Change Dramatically As A Result If Only You Had Listened To Us, They Tell Us On Page One, None Of This Would Have Happened.

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10 thoughts on “Whisper Network

  1. says:

    Listen Whisper Network is a timely and powerful read about four women working in corporate America who band together to stop the whispers and speak up about sexual harassment and assault in the workplace This is part mystery part women s fiction, and part social commentary told through the voices of four women They are done covering for their predator of a boss They hear the whispers that surround him they have been subjects of the gossip Some are his victims, while others have been compliant in covering up his crimes Their jobs, reputations, and marriages are at stake so they pretend nothing ever happened They just try and function day to day without focusing on what was done to them or still being done to them They are vulnerable, real, and raw They aren t always the best people, but when it comes time to stand up for one another, they take charge.They decide to stop whispering and speak up While they were prepared to have to defend themselves in the process of speaking up, what they weren t prepared to face was being accu...

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    Chandler Baker has written an unflinching must read novel for our times, for every generation of women and girls of a family and perhaps, even pertinent, for every man and boy to read In this story, we are immersed into our MeToo contemporary world, set in Dallas, and the Truviv corporation, and its power structures, politics and culture Four women, Ardie, Sloane and Grace, in house lawyers in the department of North American Legal Affairs, and cleaner Rosalita, a single mom with young son, Saloman, have worked for the company for years Their world is rocked when the current CEO, Desmond Bankole dies suddenly, leaving a vacuum at the top, there are whispers that their boss, the General Counsel, Ames Garrett, is the man most likely to succeed as CEO Perturbed by this possibility and the entry of a new woman into the department, Katherine Bell and her experiences, the women embark on a series of actions that is to have their lives begin to catastrophically unravel after a death.Interwoven into the narrative are snippets of depositions, cross examinations, and police interviews Circulating below the radar in Dallas are rumours of a online network list compiled by women for women of men to beware of Having put up with the arrogant Ames, a manipulati...

  3. says:

    4.5 STARS An corporate office full of whispers, tension, and secrets MeTOO BuzzyBook If you are tired of predictable thrillers that seem too formulaic, give this time bomb of secrets, lies, and regrets a go It still has the feel of a thriller, but so much .I was drawn into the whole atmosphere of Truviv, Inc The tension that developed after the CEO s sudden death, what that would mean for the women who had worked there for years, and the anxiety that surrounded his replacement This prompts an increase in the whispers and banding together of the women I felt like I really got to know the women and was happy they supported each other So much to think about When the women decide enough is enough, things get wildly out of control and the consequences to everyone s actions come into question Who will survive Who is telling the truth Who has something to hide I enjoyed the structure of the eye accounts, past present chapters, deposition...

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    Extraordinary read Transcends imagination This combines thriller, general fiction and womens issues A book I couldn t help but read straight through.A novel which hits every nerve A book of betrayal A book that made me weep tears of experience.Women work jobs which seemed out of reach in my young up and coming years But as high administration, I signed away my rights to legal action for a two week check and a nondisclosure agreement.Ignorance, lies and stories which circulate destroy reputations Ruin future prospects These issues affect both men and women Because, although the majority of cases are true, some are not And the scars are permanent.Laws to protect an employee following the termination of a job, especially by the employee, are not observed Whispers destroy careers.Lies begin with whispers And whispers stay in your ears forever Rumbling around as regret, what might have happened,if only.This ...

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    3.5 starsWritten as a response to the metoo movement and the various sexual harassment scandals that have made headlines over the past few years, author Chandler Baker s propulsive new book Whisper Network is an interesting look into corporate elite culture and a male dominated work environment where whispers and rumors abound The story s powerful opening line sets the trajectory of the narrative into motion If only you d listened to us, none of this would have happened The narration alternates between the perspectives of 4 women Sloane, Ardie, Grace, and Roselita all employees of a fictious sports brand corporation in Dallas called Truviv, Inc who are affected to varying degrees by the sudden death of the company s CEO Desmond Bankole As the next in line to take over the CEO role, Ames Garrett is used to having things go his way in both his personal as well as professional life and is looking towards this highly anticipated promotion to cap a decades long illustrious career Things go according to the expected trajectory for Ames that is, until the whispers that have surrounded him finally come to a head amidst accusations of se...

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    I ve been waiting for a fiction book that would focus on the mistreatment of women in a male dominated workplace for a long time I found this book very timely in the current decade of sexual abuse scandals and the metoo movement.The main female protagonists are successful lawyers who all experienced some form of sexual harassment by their ma...

  7. says:

    4.5 starsChandler Baker s new novel, Whisper Network, is part thriller and part ripped from the headlines commentary on today s society She tackles what it means to be a woman, particularly a working woman, in the MeToo era while creating a whodunit with a clever and surprising resolution Her characters are authentic, multi faceted, and human, and readers will be cheering these women on as they attempt to takedown their harassing and manipulative boss ...

  8. says:

    I started reading Whisper Network on 6 24 2019 and finished it on 6 30 2019 This book was well written though I started to read expecting thrills in a thriller but I m left with going through the motions of waiting for when the thrills will begin, all the way up to page 209 out of page 392 The second half is a bit better but I wouldn t say it was thrilling This story focuses on the metoo movement where women come together against men for sexual harassment They whisper to each other what they went through Of the four views, I like Ardie best She s funny She said she gave them a look that would shrivel testicles into raisins and that really make me smile She s real and not pretentious I don t like Sloane She s a bit of a bully, to her friends at work and husband at home She just makes decisions and expect everyone to go along with it.This book is told in the third person point of view following Grace, Director of Compliance as she pumps milk for her newborn and receives the news about their company s CEO s untimely death The second view is Sloane, Senior Vice President as she s running late to an office meeting from her parenting duties at her daughter s school The third view is Ros...

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    What a fun and addicting ride A corporate office full of scandals, lies, tensions, and secrets Such a fun buddy read I had with Holly I definitely recommend this one if you re tired of predictable thrillers This is different and still has that fun addicting ride that you re aiming for I respect Chandler Baker so much for writing about a such a difficult topic of sexual harassment This story focuses on four women that struggle to make it through the corporate world with challenges of sexual harassment This is a very honest portrayal of how women are treated in the workforce between other men sexually harassing them and also through other women s eyes and the assault that women have on one another The amount of power that this novel resonates with those that don t have a voice is amazing and loved it When the four women decide to come to light with the harassment and won t take the BS any. things get real Who will survive Who is telling the truth can they all be trusted I re...

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    I love reading books about women banding together and looking out for one another whether men want to believe it or not, the way we are treated, expected to act and look, the struggles we go through in life and in our careers because of our gender color every aspect of our lives It isn t about innocent until proven guilty it s about believing women This novel is so timely and relevant and TRUE.Climbing off my soapbox now, I want to say I really enjoyed this book I loved the characters while appropriately hating the characters I was supposed to hate When I first read the blurb, it reminded me of a current day 9 5 which I adore It was, just a lot darker and a dead body thrown in the mix.I did feel like the author alluded to a lot of secrets throughout the book that weren t explained until the end There was just so many, I ha...

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