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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 enoughSloane 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 ta. 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 deathInterwoven 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 manipulative and underhand man the women have finally reached the point where enough is enough They are a close knit group of women flawed but supportive of each other although their relationships with each other do experience the occasional bad patch Sloane s young socially awkward daughter Abigail is being bullied at school and on social media and Abigail s treatment by senior staff at her school outlines just how differently girls are treated in comparison to boys When it comes to protecting her daughter Sloane is a fierce and formidable force of nature The police entertain and probe the possibility that a death is murder and the women find themselves facing a nightmare of a public and corporate PR backlash one which threatens to destroy and impoverish them in a twisted tale that includes secrets sexism discrimination harrassment and sexual abuse Baker provides a plethora of rich descriptions and commentary of what women face in corporate environments a chorus of voices based on real life facts the whole shebang of real life horrors Then there are the details of what happens to a woman s body and mental health after giving birth through the character of Grace There will be recognition of much of what is laid out in the narrative it is disturbing just how much of it will resonate mitigated only slightly by the support found in other courageous women Baker does not shy away from the reality of how some women can make an unbearable situation experienced by other women so much worse Perhaps the scariest and most unsettling aspect is laid out in just how early negative experiences can be embedded in women with the portrayal of young Abigail s treatment by her school This is a smart thought provoking and uneasy read celebrating women s supportive friends and networks the problems they face negotiating the minefield that is corporate culture and the men that would exploit and take advantage of them A brilliant and relevant read part thriller that additionally outlines the impossible pressures society corporations and women put on themselves to be perfect without a doubt this is a book that I recommend highly Many thanks to Little Brown for an ARC Teddy perhaps even Calling Me Home 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 The Taint of Lovecraft power structures Mr. Francis Wife 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 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Ugh 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 resultIf only you had listened to us” they tell us on page one “none of this would have happen. Of all the stories from female authors that have been published this month this is the one Reese chooses for her book club I mean it s her book club she can do whatever she wants but I normally understand why a book is highlighted and right now I m confused While this is a timely story with somewhat meaningful commentary on womanhood wifehood motherhood and the power relations at play on the work field between men and women the plot itself is nothing captivating because nothing new is actually being said And I could not stand the narration style It reminded me too much of those TV series that have a narrator narrating everything that is happening even though the viewer is able to understand that on their own There were many series like that in Romania where I spent time this summer and they drove me absolutely crazy For example you see a woman on the screen approaching another person and you hear the narrator say Alicia doesn t know how to approach Clive She is deeply in love with him but is afraid to show her real feelings because she doesn t want to be rejected Omg stop The writing is good though The author does over describe or over explain but she does so in a way that is straight forward and clear not confusing or unnecessarily purple y The story is not what is promised I was promised a thriller or at least an interesting mystery but it s a very soft type of mystery that is only a mystery because most of us are human beings who cannot read the future and so cannot predict what will happen in twenty fifty two hundred pages If you don t care that little will shock or surprise you and you simply want to read a story about female bonds ambition and revenge with different not uite memorable POVs and an unconventional narration style I will not keep you from reading this bookBlog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin Advanced C Programming by Example page one “none of this would have happen. Of all the stories from female authors that have been Poslije svega (After, published this month this is the one Reese chooses for her book club I mean it s her book club she can do whatever she wants but I normally understand why a book is highlighted and right now I m confused While this is a timely story with somewhat meaningful commentary on womanhood wifehood motherhood and the Die Herrenschneiderei power relations at Calling Cards: Uncover Your Calling play on the work field between men and women the Cities of God plot itself is nothing captivating because nothing new is actually being said And I could not stand the narration style It reminded me too much of those TV series that have a narrator narrating everything that is happening even though the viewer is able to understand that on their own There were many series like that in Romania where I spent time this summer and they drove me absolutely crazy For example you see a woman on the screen approaching another Gravitys Rainbow person and you hear the narrator say Alicia doesn t know how to approach Clive She is deeply in love with him but is afraid to show her real feelings because she doesn t want to be rejected Omg stop The writing is good though The author does over describe or over explain but she does so in a way that is straight forward and clear not confusing or unnecessarily Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone purple y The story is not what is Pretend God Is Deaf promised I was Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide promised a thriller or at least an interesting mystery but it s a very soft type of mystery that is only a mystery because most of us are human beings who cannot read the future and so cannot Las Puertas Del Amor predict what will happen in twenty fifty two hundred Discoveries pages If you don t care that little will shock or surprise you and you simply want to read a story about female bonds ambition and revenge with different not uite memorable POVs and an unconventional narration style I will not keep you from reading this bookBlog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin

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Ke 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 eno. Four powerful provocative remarkable outstanding effective encouraging the women s story who knows to say no and who are ready to fight back starsThis is amazing mashup of Big Little Lies office version and 80 s movie Tomlin Parton Fonda Nine to Five s dramatic version takes place at now Add some media power and sexual abuse cases We have a great book in our hands Imagine a business world dominated by powerful men who see women as expendable objects needed to be terminated if they create any small obstacles on their way to climb the highest stairs to the top of the world We don t need to imagine Because this is not a fiction We re living in this world described meticulously and impeccably on this book There is no exaggeration Every word is so true Corporate business life resembles a chaotic jungle and still Darwin s theory of Survival of the fittest stands So the women have to wear boxing gloves and sharpen their knives or nails pick up their best weapon to fight back and survive to be a leader or take a permanent place at this jungle Which means we need to learn how to be a wild animalEverything started with the whispers at the restrooms on this book Then whispers get louder and turned into the speeches and finally action spoke louder than the words We finally heard the SCREAMHowever the story is told by four different women who have their own flaws secrets families and different ethical approaches to achieve their business goals they re carrying their ambitions in their sleeves I really like Rosalita instead of these four women She was objective insightful one while she is working as cleaning lady and dusting the windows of Truviv she also opens different doors and let us see the different perspective of the story Her own story was heart wrenching and emotional genuine for meAs a matter of fact this book was not about solving the murder mystery and understanding which one of them is guilty It was about learning to listen to those women at first and then learning to believe in them It was about to know your rights to be brave enough to stand for your own selfThe final pages are so emotional bending your heart breaking it in million pieces making you cry so hard The revelations of secrets parts are a little confusing for me I asked myself to many times which secret belongs to who I made some re readings problem solved But still my mind got hurt It was like solving an euation with hundred variablesMessage is clear SPEAK UP FOR YOURSELF DON T WHISPER JUST SHOUT OUT LOUDIt s one of the greatest feminism manifest I ve read lately So I mostly enjoy it


10 thoughts on “Whisper Network

  1. says:

    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 #M

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    “Listen”Whisper Network is a timely and powerful read about four women working in corporate America who band

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    By whispering whose secrets were we keeping anyway ours or theirs? Whose interests did our silence ultimately protect? we grew tired of whispering because what were we hiding after all? We had stories all of us Wou

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    The Whisper Network by Chandler Baker is a 2019 Flatiron Books publication A scathing darkly humorous novel of suspense When the CEO of Truviv Inc dies suddenly his probable replacement Ames is a man who has been the subject of whis

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    45 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 year

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    Four powerful provocative remarkable outstanding effective encouraging the women’s story who knows to say no and who are ready to fight bac

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    The Whisper Network by chandler Baker was entertaining but boy did I struggle with this one for the first 200 pages I had seen where many readers have compared this one to Big Little Lies and I have to agree they are uite silimiar and this is probably why I picked this one up in the first place but I didnt find it as witty or as compelling as Big Little LiesThe book does have “ The me too campaign” at the heart of its story

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    45 Fabulous StarsAlrighty then Let’s get down to the nitty gritty I went into this novel having very few preconceived notions and it worked for me I freaking loved it You know what they say Hell hath no furySo the “Whisper Network” what can I tell you? It is in fact controversial salacious and terrifying

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    Of all the stories from female authors that have been published this month this is the one Reese chooses for her book club? I mean it’s her book club she can do whatever she wants but I normally understand why a book is highlighted and right now I’m confused While this is a timely story with somewhat meaningful commentary on womanhood wifehood motherhood and the power relations at play on the work field between men and women

  10. says:

    This book deals with the issues facing women in the working world the attempt to have it all the sexual harassment the pay gaps It was actually depressing for me As a woman in her 60s who’s now retired all these were issues I faced

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