- @sbisson @tadethompson @Hugo_Book_Club So many. These among them. https://t.co/YvpdmhPnWe
- 1/ I just finished the remarkable new book by @susanthesquark: https://t.co/BQVKz7lO98
- Wow that was an incredible book. Please everyone stop everything you’re doing now and read Whistleblower. I won’t even try to share anything about it because I won’t do it justice.
- I didn't think I could respect @susanthesquark anymore than I already did, but then I started reading her book and learned that her first job as a child was working on a spider farm that "milked" spiders for venom to sell to research labs to make ends meet for her family. (?!) 🕷️
- @susanthesquark Millions of people read the blog, and Uber opened an investigation that ultimately led to the resignation of former CEO Travis Kalanick. Now, she's written a memoir called "Whistleblower" about what led her to stand up to one of the most powerful startups in Silicon Valley.
- I saw the full cover for my book WHISTLEBLOWER and I’m dying of happiness, it’s so amazing 😭😍
- Thank you @marieclaire for including my book Whistleblower on your list of best winter books! https://t.co/pRTdw1gcbQ
In 2017, twenty-five-year-old Susan Fowler published a blog post detailing the sexual harassment and retaliation she'd experienced as an entry-level engineer at Uber. The post went viral, leading not only to the ouster of Uber's CEO and twenty other employees, but 'starting a bonfire on creepy sexual behaviour in Silicon Valley that... spread to Hollywood and engulfed Harvey Weinstein' (Maureen Dowd, The New York Times). The moving story of a woman's lifelong fight to do what she loves - despite repeatedly being told no or treated as less-than - Whistleblower is both a riveting read and a source of inspiration for anyone seeking to stand up against inequality in their own workplace.