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I enjoyed the book and found it well written and a very intriguing story.
This is one of those novels that's a little hard to quit thinking about, even though it's long, repetitive, tediously plotted and peopled with cardboard characters.
More Animal Farm than 1984, the Circle shows us what we may become if we let Social Media use us rather than us using it.
This is a must read for this millennial, FB generation. Those of us that grew up when this stuff was not the norm realize that this could happen if corporations go unchecked. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Miss J.
I can't believe I actually got through this. The writing is mostly uninspiring... redundant from page one as the author goes on and on about the features of his corporate dream... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amika Kemmler Ernst
Great book--Eggers at his finest. I would also recommend his "Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius"Published 3 days ago by Jena
meh. Not what I was expecting from Dave Eggers. Felt like he needed to fulfill a contract with his publisher.Published 3 days ago by Patrick K.
It became repetative. I got the picture in the first half of the book.Published 4 days ago by Carolee Morrison
Disturbing book that looks into the future without rose colored glasses. Gave the reader a tremendous amount to think about. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Helena Sokoloff
I was disappointed by this book. It was very predictble. The protgonist is an overly naive female who falls into many common tropes. It also relies on sex quite a bit. Read morePublished 5 days ago by K. Kettner