It's well written and the story flows easy and naturally.
This describes Oedipa Maas, the protagonist of Thomas Pynchon’s wonderful novel, “The Crying of Lot 49.” It also describes Kate Losse, Employee #51 of Facebook.
That is the main criticism I have for the book - you don't learn much that you didn't already know or could guess at.
Book is really boring. It tells nothing interesting or new that hasn't been heard before. Seriously, there is not one exciting part in this whole book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josiah
If you wanna know how Facebook was in its early days, this is the book you should read.Published 4 months ago by Lucas N. Santos
If this book weren't classified as a "memoir" (according to Wikipedia), I would have given this book only 1 star. Read morePublished 9 months ago by II
A female in California inherits high-stake responsibilities and plumbs the depths of a network, feeling her way along a journey of curiosity and discovery with major... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jack Waters
The Boy Kings explores all the baggage of Facebook we know exists but haven't been able to articulate for ourselves. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Zach A
Katherine made an interesting and entertaining book. But that maybe because of the many similarities it had with the startup I worked in. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jos�� F��lix Scott M��rquez
If you think the tech sector is a utopian meritocracy, you're way off. Kate Losse shares her experience as an early Facebook employee outside the sacred grove of the engineering... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sparky the Wonder Bear
I devoured this book a single day, it was that good :-)
It is hard for any of us who live outside the Bay Area to comprehend fully just what it means to "work at Google"... Read more
Whether or not you doubt the truthiness of the story, this is a delightful read and a great break from the standard tech stories you'd find, if only because it's about people who... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andrew Simone