The Partner Track - Helen Wan

The Partner Track Summary

Written By Helen Wan

Readers Score: 4.5/5
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Rated by 44 Readers

The Partner Track Book Summary

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Ingrid Yung's life is full of firsts. A first-generation Chinese American, the first lawyer in her family, she's about to collect the holy grail of "firsts" and become the first minority woman to make partner at the venerable old Wall Street law firm Parsons Valentine & Hunt.

Ingrid has perfected the art of "passing" and seamlessly blends into the old-boy corporate culture. She gamely banters in the corporate cafeteria, plays in the firm softball league, and earnestly racks up her billable hours. But when an offensive incident at the summer outing threatens the firm's reputation, Ingrid's outsider status is suddenly thrown into sharp relief. Scrambling to do damage control, Parsons Valentine announces a new Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, commanding Ingrid to spearhead the effort. Only she's about to close an enormous transaction that was to be her final step in securing partnership.
For the first time, Ingrid must question her place in the firm. Pitted against her colleagues, including her golden-boy boyfriend, Ingrid begins to wonder whether the prestige of partnership is worth breaching her ethics. But in The Partner Track by Helen Wan, can Ingrid risk throwing away the American dream that is finally within her reach?

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The Partner Track is a Fiction & Literature book, written By Helen Wan. As a testament to the Book's popularity, it has gathered a rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5 Stars, on Reviews by 44 Readers who strongly recommends this book.


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    5
    By DanielMedeiros
    This was a superb read, from start to finish. The development of the characters and the nuances of the struggles that the heroine faced made it a "can't put down" book for me once I started. A strong recommendation and I'm looking forward to the future work of this debut author.

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  • Suberb

    5
    By DanielMedeiros
    This was a superb read, from start to finish. The development of the characters and the nuances of the struggles that the heroine faced made it a "can't put down" book for me once I started. A strong recommendation and I'm looking forward to the future work of this debut author.