Whisper Network

Whisper Network 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 an

  • Title: Whisper Network
  • Author: Chandler Baker
  • ISBN: Whisper Network
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  • Page: 438
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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 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 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 Get A Copy CAOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Hardcover, 352 pages Published July 2nd 2019 by Flatiron Books More Details Original Title Whisper Network ISBN 1250319471 ISBN13 9781250319470 Edition Language English Characters Sloane Glover, Katherine Bell, Adriana Ardie Valdez, Grace Stanton, Ames Garrett setting Dallas, Texas United States Other Editions 22 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Whisper Network, please sign up Popular Answered Questions I was just curious if the the book is similar to the movie Nine to Five 4 likeslike 2 months ago See all 4 answers Terry Huntress of Erudition No, you can feel the anxiety from each character there are some lighter moments, but I wouldn t classify it as a humorous read at all flag I absolutely adored this book The doubts that are expressed by successful women are spot on and add much to the anxiety level of the plot, which is riveting in itself There is one scene which I did not understand and that is when Rosalita goes to a house with an envelope The house is described as having a cherry red door, the person opening the door is described as having pink skin, covered in freckles Relevancy 1 likelike 35 days ago Add your answer Cassondra This answer contains spoilers view spoiler That was Ames house his wife Bobbi that answered the door and then slammed it in her face They mention it again on page 318 She would show up That was Ames house his wife Bobbi that answered the door and then slammed it in her face They mention it again on page 318 She would show up to his wife s door, something that she had never done before, no matter how many times she d been tempted She would have a door closed in her face, telling her to go away and be quiet And one of those things she would do less hide spoiler flag See all 7 questions about Whisper Network Lists with This Book ATY 2020 Books Related to News Stories 102 books 26 voters 2019 What the Over 35s Are Reading 1,920 books 148 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 3.74 Rating details 10,176 ratings 1,518 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 1471 Espa ol 1 Nederlands 1 Portugu s 2 Svenska 1 More filters Sort order Jun 07, 2019 Paromjit rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves contemporary fiction, women s fiction, mystery, netgalley 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 s 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 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 flag 199 likesLike see review View all 25 comments Jun 10, 2019 Meredith rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves first reads 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 com 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 accused of murder I have to say I didn t love these characters they are not the most likable, but they grew on me By the end, I felt like I knew them and I was surprised by how emotional I was reading the final pages Whisper Network offers an honest look at how women are treated in the workplace Not only by how they are treated by men, but also how women treat one another This is an important and provocative read about the power of speaking up for those who don t have a voice Our legacy would be our words Shouted out loud For all to hear We were done petitioning to be believed We were finished requesting the benefit of the doubt We weren t asking for permission The floor was ours I won a copy of this book in a GR giveaway flag 191 likesLike see review View all 77 comments Jun 17, 2019 Holly B rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves read in 2019, wow what an ending, psychological thriller 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 pr 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 transcripts, employee statements and interviews It really kept the story moving and interesting.A timely, important topic and a shocker of an ending Highly Recommend Thanks to Flat Iron Books for my advanced copy OUT ON JULY 2, 2019 flag 123 likesLike see review View all 63 comments Jul 11, 2019 Nilufer Ozmekik rated it really liked it review of another edition Four powerful, provocative, remarkable, outstanding, effective, encouraging, the women s story who knows to say no and who are ready to fight back stars This 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 t Four powerful, provocative, remarkable, outstanding, effective, encouraging, the women s story who knows to say no and who are ready to fight back stars This 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 animal Everything 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 SCREAM However 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 me.As 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 self.The 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 equation with hundred variables.Message is clear SPEAK UP FOR YOURSELF DON T WHISPER JUST SHOUT OUT LOUD It s one of the greatest feminism manifest I ve read lately So I mostly enjoy it flag 114 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Jul 31, 2019 Susanne Strong rated it really liked it Shelves direct from publisher 4.5 Fabulous Stars.Alrighty 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, especially if you work in a professional environment which I do Game freaking on ladies and gents Four women work in a male dominated corporate environment and are sick and ti 4.5 Fabulous Stars.Alrighty 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, especially if you work in a professional environment which I do Game freaking on ladies and gents Four women work in a male dominated corporate environment and are sick and tired of being harassed and receiving disparate treatment Day in, day out, their lives are made to be a living hell in one way or another and yet they put up with it Gotta get that almighty paycheck ha Their boss, Ames, is uber successful and he takes what he can get, whenever he can get it, to everyone else s detriment until now A character driven novel at its heart, Whisper Network is a fast paced, fresh, wild and extremely relevant story about life in today s world My advice, go in with no expectations I did and it worked for me A huge thank you to Flatiron Books and Chandler Baker for my arc in exchange for an honest review Published on , and Twitter on 7.31.19 flag 106 likesLike see review View all 55 comments Jul 21, 2019 BernLuvsBooks Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas rated it liked it Shelves adult reads, 2019 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 Would speaking up cost us Maybe But maybe it would cost them, too So while this book definitely speaks to an important and timely issue for women, I simply did not love how it was executed here It s billed as a thriller that is part murder mystery and part manifesto it i 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 Would speaking up cost us Maybe But maybe it would cost them, too So while this book definitely speaks to an important and timely issue for women, I simply did not love how it was executed here It s billed as a thriller that is part murder mystery and part manifesto it is not If you go into this expecting a thriller, you will be disappointed by the execution in my opinion, it doesn t live up to the genre I d definitely classify this as women s fiction with a whodunnit death thrown in Unfortunately, I had a hard time with this book The characters never fully resonated with me and I kept putting the book down in favor of others I was reading The Whisper Network definitely has a slow burn build up and I m generally not a fan of those I did enjoy the end and despite having some thoughts on it, I didn t have the whodunnit figured out exactly which I appreciated Still, the book was overall just an okay read for me While I appreciate Chandler Baker s intentions definitely read the author s note and her desire to be a voice for women and support the brave women who have stopped whispering this is not a book I d wholeheartedly recommend to friends or try to thrust in a fellow reader s hands flag 110 likesLike see review View all 23 comments Jul 21, 2019 Dem rated it liked it Shelves audible 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 quite 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 Lies.The book does have The me too campaign at the heart of its story as Four women Sloane, Ardie, Grace and Rosalita have worked in the sa 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 quite 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 Lies.The book does have The me too campaign at the heart of its story as Four women Sloane, Ardie, Grace and Rosalita have worked in the same legal office of a large firm for a number of years, but when the CEO dies suddenly, his replacement to be Ames has a murky past and all the women have a different relationship with Ames and have reasons to put a stop to this man s Advances The book is realistic in its identification what some women encounter and have had to put up with in the workplace and I can see this one being a big book club hit this season as plenty to discuss here The book works on many levels, with a suspenseful and entertaining plot but my problem with the novel was that the characters were indistinguishable from each other for the first half of the story, Sloane, Ardie and Grace just seemed to blend together and I had a hard time keeping track of who was who, I really didn t like or connect with any of them either I very nearly put this one into the DNF pile as it just didn t hold my attention but a friend encouraged me to stick with it as it would pick up in the second half and she was right it did turn out to be quite readable and I liked the ending Not one for my Favourites list but a book that was worth reading even if I did struggle through it flag 85 likesLike see review View all 19 comments May 16, 2019 leslie hamod Temporarily off line, still reading rated it it was amazing review of another edition 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 reput 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 book will have you wondering, about who is guilty, who is lying and who caused a death.Read and learn.Impeccably written Incredibly real characters and plot gifted by the gods Highly recommended A MUST READ flag 84 likesLike see review View all 70 comments Aug 11, 2019 Liz rated it really liked it Shelves audio 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 in my 20s, 30s and 40s I guess I had hoped the younger generations were having an easier time of it Not so There s even a subplot of school age bullying of one woman s 10 year old daughter TWN covers four women, lawyers for an active wear company along with 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 in my 20s, 30s and 40s I guess I had hoped the younger generations were having an easier time of it Not so There s even a subplot of school age bullying of one woman s 10 year old daughter TWN covers four women, lawyers for an active wear company along with a female cleaner for the company From the beginning, we know someone has died suicide Murder and there are lawsuits going on as there are depositions taking place There s a steady pace to this book, a drumbeat of things about to go terribly wrong Bad decisions are made by all the women Baker uses a variety of techniques including straight narrative, depositions, employee comments, police questioning, newspaper articles and online responses to those articles It s a nice mix that moves the story forward The book tackles all sorts of privilege Male privilege White privilege Pretty privilege I can t say I loved the book The characters irritated me often than not Each chapter ends with a mini cliff hanger that grew tiresome But I appreciated the points it made Parts of the ending were predictable, but there was one part that really surprised me This was a good audio book, easy to listen to and keep tabs on the storyline The narrator does a good job of distinguishing between the characters flag 78 likesLike see review View all 18 comments Jul 23, 2019 Lola rated it it was ok Shelves contemporary, 2019 publications, abuse 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 ac 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 quite memorable POVs and an unconventional narration style, I will not keep you from reading this book.Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin flag 76 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Meg Collins I felt the same She s great at getting her point across as a writer, but the narration style is very frustrating Aug 03, 2019 08 14AM Nicole Agree mostly I enjoyed the sass though Aug 30, 2019 02 59PM Jun 30, 2019 Jasmine from How Useful It Is rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves thrillers, from publisher 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 the 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 Rosalita, cleaning lady to where Grace, Ardie, and Sloane works The fourth view is Ardie, lawyer in tax, who now joins the dating apps at 42 even though all she wants is being married to her ex husband and sharing life with their adopted son They all chat about people they work with, especially their boss Ames, General Counsel who could be the next CEO Between chapters, there are employee statements, courtroom battles, news clippings, interviews, chat messages, etc dating in the past and future This book started out in the present and then going back to 2 months ago with activities leading up to.Whisper Network is for the most part, a women s fiction It leads on with working mothers in the corporate world against their male counterparts Women having to deal with children at home and remember to answer questions at work without blaming mother duties Grace feels resentful when anyone would ask her if she will come back to work after giving birth to her daughter because no one would ask her husband that question Each chapter begins with discussions about women problems as compared to men One of the women problems is the complain of injecting chemicals into their face like Botox, as if everyone can afford it So no, I don t consider that as my problem The ending was good I could guess some but not all If you enjoy a slow burning story building then this book is for you Pro working mothers, corporate lawyers, diversity, work friendshipCon slow paced, thrill factor is low throughoutI rate it 3.5 stars Disclaimer Many thanks to Flatiron Books for the opportunity to read and review Please be assured that my opinions are honest.xoxo,Jasmine at howusefulitis.wordpress for details flag 61 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Jul 13, 2019 Michelle rated it it was ok Shelves july 2019 reads, library 2.75 stars The idea was there, but ultimately, the execution was not.I tried really hard to like this book, especially since it should have been perfectly designed for me I work in a male dominated corporate environment and my major in college saw me as 1 of 2 females in a class of 40 50 young men All but one of my professors were men as well So I was excited to read this and cheer on the characters as they fought against misogyny and chauvinistic attitudes when they appeared as they tri 2.75 stars The idea was there, but ultimately, the execution was not.I tried really hard to like this book, especially since it should have been perfectly designed for me I work in a male dominated corporate environment and my major in college saw me as 1 of 2 females in a class of 40 50 young men All but one of my professors were men as well So I was excited to read this and cheer on the characters as they fought against misogyny and chauvinistic attitudes when they appeared as they tried to climb the corporate ladder or at least deem themselves as equals to their male colleagues Alas, I was left deeply disappointed and am sitting here wondering what all the fuss is about Don t get me wrong, there were some parts of this where I was mentally fist pumping along that s me I feel that way too I experienced that , but those sentiments were mostly felt in reading the general chapter openings you ll see what I mean when you read it and the author s note Not during the story, which I felt lacked in execution sorry The likeability of the characters didn t bother me I thought it also served in making me think because there are so many conflicting thoughts in trying to be a woman today I find myself explaining to myself and other women when this subject comes up, that it s so hard to try and re program our own thoughts and opinions on things because the way things always were is just so ingrained it even makes it difficult to notice the subtly of wrongs because everything isn t always so blatant I think this was a good first step, but I imagine there will be a slew of other books written about the metoo movement that will be better As mentioned in my comments below, I really enjoyed the author s note and it is such a shame because I know exactly how she feels and where she wanted to go with this I just can t force myself to say that I liked this when I had trouble keeping track of the characters they all blended together to me for some reason , had no idea where it was going until around 200 pages in and felt it kind of winked and nodded a little too much to the format of Big Little Lies flag 61 likesLike see review View all 39 comments Jul 20, 2019 Katharine added it DNF 75% I picked this up after seeing it recommended a few times and wanting an engaging read for a vacation While it did the job of keeping me interested, it was ultimately not for me I decided to put it down when I came across the following quote We lived with guilt the way other people lived with chronic medical conditions, only arguably ours was the less treatable As someone living with a chronic medical condition, I found this statement to be completely out of line, dismissive, and DNF 75% I picked this up after seeing it recommended a few times and wanting an engaging read for a vacation While it did the job of keeping me interested, it was ultimately not for me I decided to put it down when I came across the following quote We lived with guilt the way other people lived with chronic medical conditions, only arguably ours was the less treatable As someone living with a chronic medical condition, I found this statement to be completely out of line, dismissive, and harmful To suggest that guilt, of any kind, is serious and harder to treat than a chronic health condition is INSANE It s offensive and, importantly, ableist More than 45% of the population lives with a chronic disease, and women often find it difficult to be diagnosed or taken seriously when it comes to their health conditions In a book that is supposed to talk about the culture of women in the workplace and the struggles women face in our society, I m disappointed that this was the way chronic illness was handled, seemingly without thinking about its impact.This line made me stop and reflect on the first 75% and I realized how much it lacked in diversity Most of the characters in this book are white, straight, cis, and financially privileged The premise seemed like an interesting spin on a thriller that could have contributed to a larger conversation, but instead it felt lazy and exclusive.If you ve read it, I d love to know your thoughts And if someone wants to spoil the end for me, I won t object flag 53 likesLike see review Emma Agree I think the characters and possibly the author are so privileged they have lost perspective There is some complaining about legitimate issu Agree I think the characters and possibly the author are so privileged they have lost perspective There is some complaining about legitimate issues But then it feels like it just deteriorates into a first world whinge fest Jul 29, 2019 06 56PM Gabriella Well, that s disappointing, mainly because publishing a book goes through at least three people author, agent, editor, not including ARCS early on w Well, that s disappointing, mainly because publishing a book goes through at least three people author, agent, editor, not including ARCS early on where they can still change small lines like that And nobody was bothered by it Sep 01, 2019 01 48AM Jul 01, 2019 Bkwmlee rated it liked it Shelves fiction, netgalley books 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 a 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 sexual harassment by the women in his workplace who are tired of their complaints being ignored As Ames world comes crashing down, so too does that of the 4 women who decided to speak up against him, as long held secrets come to light that threaten to hinder their efforts This was an interesting read, also a timely and relevant one given what has been happening in society the past few years The author Chandler Baker did a good job depicting the struggles that many women encounter in the workplace, especially in the corporate environment where majority of the highest ranking executive positions are still largely dominated by men In addition to the core narrative surrounding the 4 women at the center of the story, there were also snippets of police interviews interspersed throughout that provided clues as to some of the events that happen as well as some background information on the characters, which I thought was cleverly done Another aspect that made this story so relatable was the way Baker incorporated real life events into the narrative, things that I had read about in the news such as the spreadsheet that had been circulated around a few months back or had either experienced or witnessed personally in the corporate business world that I ve worked in for many years Sexual harassment can manifest itself in different ways in the workplace, especially in an office setting, where sometimes the lines can easily become blurred or situations such as being subject to a hostile work environment are less recognizable as an offense that can also constitute harassment for me, it was refreshing to finally see an author bring these issues to the forefront in the form of a fictional story, which I feel is powerful in terms of raising awareness than a non fiction format With all that said, the aspect of this book that didn t work too well was classifying it under the mystery thriller genre, as I felt the suspense element was truly lacking throughout the story This was not a book that kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to find out what happens and to be honest, the plot was actually quite predictable even the ending I already saw coming and had already worked out most of it by the time I reached that part of the story Regardless though, this was still a worthy read in my opinion, one that has a strong message delivered in a way that hit all the key points but didn t come across as overbearing I m glad I read this and would readily recommend it, especially for those who work in a corporate setting currently Received ARC from Flatiron Books via NetGalley flag 46 likesLike see review View all 5 comments May 04, 2019 Cortney LaScola The Bookworm, Myrtle Beach rated it really liked it Shelves giveaways arcs 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 wh 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 had a hard time keeping track of who was keeping whatever I didn t know from who else It definitely got confusing, and I didn t really feel that aha moment when the secrets were revealed because I couldn t keep track of them all.Anyway, great book, great writing, definitely recommend flag 46 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Jun 26, 2019 Nadia rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves fiction, contemporary 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 male colleagues What I liked about the book was the strong bond and friendship between the women who stuck together no matter what, risking their careers.Wh 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 male colleagues What I liked about the book was the strong bond and friendship between the women who stuck together no matter what, risking their careers.While I did have some problems with believability of some of the plot developments, I would still recommend this book especially to women working in corporate environment 3.5 stars rounded up Many thanks to Little, Brown Book Group UK for my review copy in exchange for an honest review flag 45 likesLike see review View all 14 comments May 04, 2019 Cindy Burnett rated it it was amazing 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 Baker s prose is witty and dramatic, and 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 Baker s prose is witty and dramatic, and her story will encourage working women everywhere to speak up when placed in a toxic environment Three cheers for Chandler Baker and her timely and smart tale flag 45 likesLike see review Jul 01, 2019 Kelly and the Book Boar marked it as to read Surely I can t be the only one who read this synopsis and started singing Tumble outta bed and I stumble to the kitchenPour myself a cup of ambitionYawn and stretch and try to come to lifeJump in the shower and the blood starts pumpin Out on the street the traffic starts jumpin With folks like me on the job from 9 to 5 Dear Reese and your Book Club My expectations for this one are pretty high flag 40 likesLike see review View all 14 comments Jun 14, 2019 Jill McGill rated it really liked it Shelves womens fiction, fiction, mystery thriller A must read definitely keeps you guessing and turning the pages as fast as you can The Whisper Network is a fascinating, fast paced, and timely whodunit thriller that is set in the METOO Movement Chandler Baker does an excellent job tackling women s issues of our time Sisterhood at its best I believe women from allover will love this book A murder mystery that s gripping, twisty, and very addictive Highly Recommend I received a free ARC of Whisper Network by Chandler Baker from Mac A must read definitely keeps you guessing and turning the pages as fast as you can The Whisper Network is a fascinating, fast paced, and timely whodunit thriller that is set in the METOO Movement Chandler Baker does an excellent job tackling women s issues of our time Sisterhood at its best I believe women from allover will love this book A murder mystery that s gripping, twisty, and very addictive Highly Recommend I received a free ARC of Whisper Network by Chandler Baker from Macmillan in exchange for an honest review flag 40 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jun 23, 2019 Kendall rated it really liked it 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 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 really enjoyed this one And that ending 4 stars Thank you so much to Flatirion and Netgalley for the arc in exchange for an honest review.Publication date 7 2 19Published to GR 6 23 19 flag 38 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Jun 03, 2019 Carol Bookaria rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2019, fiction, netgalley What happens when four women have had enough at their workplace This is the story of Sloane, Ardie, Grace, Katherine, and Rosalita and the actions they take end up having dramatic consequences for all of them.The story alternates between the present and the past There is a crime and the author reveals piece by piece the events leading to that point Part of the story is told in the format of police interviews, which I enjoyed and thought was written cleverly.The novel is about friendship, work What happens when four women have had enough at their workplace This is the story of Sloane, Ardie, Grace, Katherine, and Rosalita and the actions they take end up having dramatic consequences for all of them.The story alternates between the present and the past There is a crime and the author reveals piece by piece the events leading to that point Part of the story is told in the format of police interviews, which I enjoyed and thought was written cleverly.The novel is about friendship, workplace challenges, motherhood, honesty, and Overall, I liked it and found it discusses relevant workplace issues ARC from the publisher via Netgalley flag 34 likesLike see review View all 8 comments Mar 26, 2019 Joellen Hunt rated it did not like it review of another edition Why did so many people like this novel I did not care about these characters at all, around page 100 I had to skip to the end to see where the plot was going It was like slogging through mud to get to the end UGH flag 28 likesLike see review View all 4 comments May 14, 2019 Juli rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves read review copies 2019 Sloane, Ardie, Grace, and Rosalitaese four women have had enough They are tired of cover ups, lies, whispered rumors about ill treatment that nobody is brave enough to report, sick of corporate mistreatment of professional women.just sick of it all The final straw The CEO of the company they work for unexpectedly diesd Ames Garrett a real wanker is next in line for the job The work place is about to get a lot worse for every woman in the company So they take matters int Sloane, Ardie, Grace, and Rosalitaese four women have had enough They are tired of cover ups, lies, whispered rumors about ill treatment that nobody is brave enough to report, sick of corporate mistreatment of professional women.just sick of it all The final straw The CEO of the company they work for unexpectedly diesd Ames Garrett a real wanker is next in line for the job The work place is about to get a lot worse for every woman in the company So they take matters into their own hands.but their actions will have dire consequences While the story line seemed a bit contrived and melodramatic in places, I couldn t stop reading Whisper Network is like a very dark, demented version of the movie 9 5 I wonder how many women have endured situations like this book depicts The story is suspenseful and definitely kept my attention throughout.but it also made me feel strangely uncomfortable How many times in my career did I know a male supervisor or co worker was acting inappropriatelybut said nothing about it Multiple times How many times did I stay silent when I should have spoken up As a supervisor, how many times did I hear gossip and not check up on it And how many times was I a victim of this sort of misconduct but didn t tell anyone Multiple times on all counts What would have happened if I had spoken up Most likely nothing Or, I might have been reprimanded for speaking out of turn and causing problems.or opened myself up for retaliation So, although I did find the plot to be a bit soap opera melodramatic in places, it did make me think.Interesting read While it isn t the usual sort of book I read was refreshing to get out of my comfort zone and try something different This story is not entertaining.but emotional, hard hitting and uncomfortable Most women in the working world have dealt with similar situations and been forced through fear, peer pressure or career threats to remain silent And men who don t behave badly are forced to remain silent or not defend their female co workers for the same reasons I think it s time to clean up the corporate workplace Not sure I would want to see it done the way these ladies did it.but I do hope the day is coming where good people are victimized and wankers get away with it Aren t we all getting sick of that scenario I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book from Flatiron Books via NetGalley All opinions expressed are entirely my own flag 26 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jun 20, 2019 Randi randi_reads rated it it was ok This was a struggle for me to get through Slow, slow burn I felt it was way too long of a story and took too long to get to what the heart of the story is Parts of it just dragged on The main characters were very undistinguishable in their voices If I didn t see the name printed, I was kind of lost as to what character the chapter section was about They also weren t very likeableSloane, in particular.I get that the subject matter of this book is very relevant today, but it just wasn t e This was a struggle for me to get through Slow, slow burn I felt it was way too long of a story and took too long to get to what the heart of the story is Parts of it just dragged on The main characters were very undistinguishable in their voices If I didn t see the name printed, I was kind of lost as to what character the chapter section was about They also weren t very likeableSloane, in particular.I get that the subject matter of this book is very relevant today, but it just wasn t executed in the right way Thank you to Flatiron Books for my advanced readers copy in exchange for an honest review flag 25 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Jul 13, 2019 Amy rated it it was ok Shelves audiobook 2This is not a thriller, not even close flag 29 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Jun 12, 2019 Julianne Bailey rated it it was ok review of another edition I was so excited to receive this ARC but unfortunately this book didn t work for me I find it s timeliness to be wonderful, and it certainly encourages a lot of discussion and reflection It addresses some uncomfortable truths But it s a little too heavy handed at times, and the pacing was way off It dragged a lot in places, the characters were mostly extremely unrelatable and unlikeable As a working mother and attorney, I should have felt kinship with these women but I didn t at all Except I was so excited to receive this ARC but unfortunately this book didn t work for me I find it s timeliness to be wonderful, and it certainly encourages a lot of discussion and reflection It addresses some uncomfortable truths But it s a little too heavy handed at times, and the pacing was way off It dragged a lot in places, the characters were mostly extremely unrelatable and unlikeable As a working mother and attorney, I should have felt kinship with these women but I didn t at all Except for maybe Ardie Thank you to the publisher for my copy in exchange for an honest review flag 20 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Jul 08, 2019 Jenna Bookish rated it really liked it My thanks to Flatiron Books for sending me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own and are not influenced by the publisher When I saw Whisper Network described as essentially a mystery novel for the metoo era, I was super intrigued but also a little wary I think with books that seem very timely, there s always the risk that they ll come across opportunistic and insincere Not so with Whisper Network, which turned out to be a pleasant surprise of a novel.A My thanks to Flatiron Books for sending me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own and are not influenced by the publisher When I saw Whisper Network described as essentially a mystery novel for the metoo era, I was super intrigued but also a little wary I think with books that seem very timely, there s always the risk that they ll come across opportunistic and insincere Not so with Whisper Network, which turned out to be a pleasant surprise of a novel.An undercurrent of whispers in the corporate world comes to a head when the sudden death of Truviv s CEO leaves one infamously badly behaved higher up in the company poised to take over The story takes place mainly in one timeline as tension is mounting, with hints at the disaster to come shown in the form of police interviews after the fact Think Big Little Lies style snippets, giving you tiny bits of information at at a time Of the four main characters mentioned in the synopsis, Sloane and Roselita seemed to be the best developed I think the sheer number of POV characters is part of what kept this from hitting a full five stars for me I understand why the author made the choices she did, as she was trying to weave together a lot of secrets and personal histories, so this may be down to my own personal taste, as I generally like spending time in a novel with one or two characters in order to really understand them I would have liked a bit focus on Sloane and Roselita, but your mileage may vary.As a woman in a professional setting, there was something kind of cathartic about this novel, particularly certain sections which were written somewhat aside from the main narrative, and read almost like a plea directly to the reader, such as the following passage So when we said that we would prefer not to have to asked to smile on top of working, we meant that we would like to do our jobs, please When we said that we would like not to hear a comment about the length of our skirt, we meant that we would like to of our jobs, please When we said that we would like not to have someone try to touch us in our office, we meant that we would like to do our jobs Please Every woman with a job, particularly those of us with already relatively high stress jobs, can feel this in her bones The frustration of having so much to deal with at work and then having someone else s inappropriate behavior thrown on top of it like the cherry on top of the sundae is just too real.Baker has written several books prior to Whisper Network, but appears to have focused on the young adult genre I think she s starting to find her groove with her latest novel and I hope she comes out with adult fiction in the future You can read all of my reviews on my blog, Jenna Bookish Facebook Instagram Tumblr flag 19 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Jul 15, 2019 Whitney rated it liked it Overall A mystery told from multiple women s mainly lawyers perspectives who all work for an athletic wear firm A fun, light, mystery, perfect for the beach that will keep you on the edge of your seat Though there are themes relating to the metoo movement, I expected from all the hype surrounding this one Still, an overall fun beach read, just do not expect anything too deep from this one 3 5 or 6 10Summary This book is told from multiple women s perspective dynamo Sloane Glover Overall A mystery told from multiple women s mainly lawyers perspectives who all work for an athletic wear firm A fun, light, mystery, perfect for the beach that will keep you on the edge of your seat Though there are themes relating to the metoo movement, I expected from all the hype surrounding this one Still, an overall fun beach read, just do not expect anything too deep from this one 3 5 or 6 10Summary This book is told from multiple women s perspective dynamo Sloane Glover easy going and recently divorced Ardie Valdez overwhelmed new mom Grace Stanton new hire Katherine Bell and custodial worker Rosalita who all work for an athletic wear company called Truviv that is based in Austin I kept relating this company to something like Under Armour or Nike The CEO dies suddenly and the next in line happens to be a sketchy man who has a dubious and dark history when pertaining to women There is a BAD man list that women from the area have put together and it details information about men in the area and various sexual harassment and abusive details relating to the individual Women are able to add to this list and share it among themselves, but it somehow gets out and all hell breaks loose.The Good This book is written pretty well with moderate to good character development on all levels Most of the main characters were likeable in their own way but I found myself rooting for Aride and Rosalita the most Though there are predictable parts, I did find myself surprised somewhat and guessing pretty close up to the end The author does a good job with lots of cliff hangers that leave you wanting and feeling like you can t put this down This book succeeds as a fast paced mystery that delves into themes relating to gender inequality and sexual harassment in the workplace.The Bad The best summary for the negative is that I just expected I felt let down by the end and just wanted to the book as a whole Predictable, huge generalizations especially about women in the workplace , somewhat superficial, and just did not quite hit the mark for me on all levels flag 19 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Jul 09, 2019 Travel.with.aok rated it it was amazing review of another edition I want to thank the publisher Flatiron for sending me an early review copy of Chandler Baker s latest book Whisper Network.I wanted to read this amazing book long time and as soon as I saw the book as Reese s book club monthly choice, I read it in a day.I loved the thrilling and mystery story that Chandler has written for us the readers I give the book 5 stars, the book is a timely novel of the Metoo movement.A book that is telling a issue that shouldn t be about all women to feel free in the I want to thank the publisher Flatiron for sending me an early review copy of Chandler Baker s latest book Whisper Network.I wanted to read this amazing book long time and as soon as I saw the book as Reese s book club monthly choice, I read it in a day.I loved the thrilling and mystery story that Chandler has written for us the readers I give the book 5 stars, the book is a timely novel of the Metoo movement.A book that is telling a issue that shouldn t be about all women to feel free in their workplace and not to feel judgmental, discrimination or disrespectful.It s so inspiring that Metoo movement is being heard not only in a state or two but all over the world and Whisper Network is a novel that will leave you not only inspired but shocked and thrilling about every page you read.I love a book that starts with showing and getting to know the characters and as soon as I started in the first pages I got to know about all five womens that get involved in the book I m not trying to giveaway too much because of spoilers But all I can say is that Whisper Network will leave you breathless and with a swift closing of the story that matches every page that I had read.Not only the end that was breathless but the quotes in the book are amazingly written with strong meaning.Honestly I read a lot of thrillers but Whisper Network is in my top 10 thriller books I have ever read.I can t wait to read from the author because she really knows how to satisfy the readers flag 19 likesLike see review Jul 03, 2019 Louise Wilson rated it really liked it review of another edition This story is about a group,of women who work at a high profile company as lawyers The CEO dies suddenly leaving the situation vaccant The boss, Ames is next in line for the job but this does not go down well with the women who are in his employ as he does not treat women with respect A group,of women decide to sue the company to prevent this from happening.This is an addictive read It s told from multiple people s point of view The story revolves a rounds the male female work place with a This story is about a group,of women who work at a high profile company as lawyers The CEO dies suddenly leaving the situation vaccant The boss, Ames is next in line for the job but this does not go down well with the women who are in his employ as he does not treat women with respect A group,of women decide to sue the company to prevent this from happening.This is an addictive read It s told from multiple people s point of view The story revolves a rounds the male female work place with a strong hint of me too to it It makes you ask yourself the question,when is enough, enough The book is emotional as well as suspenseful The characters were realistic I was guessing all the way to the end A great read.I would like to thank NetGalley, Little brown Book Group, UK and the author Chandler Baker for my ARC in exchange for an honest review flag 19 likesLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book topics posts views last activity Reeses Book Club The Ending 7 528 Aug 21, 2019 09 42PM Reeses Book Club What did you think 8 622 Aug 14, 2019 05 43AM Librari Combine Editions WHISPER NETWORK by Chandler Baker 2 12 Jul 22, 2019 07 39AM Reeses Book Club Whisper Network by Chandler Baker 5 361 Jul 19, 2019 07 19PM IBIS Read and Review Whisper Network by Chandler Baker 1 7 Jul 08, 2019 07 10PM Dymocks Joondalup June BOTM The Whisper Network 1 15 Jun 27, 2019 06 28PM More topics Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers also 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