Review of Susan Fowler’s Memoir Whistle Blower

Have you been harassed and bullied in the workplace? Susan Fowler’s memoir of harassment and bullying resonated with me.

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Fowler suffers panic attacks and cries herself to sleep. But she won’t be broken.

Through out it all, she finds ways to stay sane in the midst of unbearable and illegal workplace mistreatment. She writes a book. Her book — Production-Ready Microservices — becomes a bestseller.

People who are harassed, bullied, and retaliated against for speaking out are not self-absorbed or full of ego. They are simply trying to preserve their dignity and the right to be respected.

Whistle Blower: My Journey to Silicon Valley and Fight for Justice is a must read for anyone experiencing the living hell that is sexual harassment, general harassment, bullying, humiliation, and retaliation whether it be in Silicon Valley, academia, or any other workplace setting.

No one deserves to endure any kind of harassment, bullying, and retaliation.

Whistle Blower is a story about resiliency and the light at the end of a very dark tunnel.


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