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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.
Enjoyed this book tremdously. Thank you Dave Eggers and Amazon.!Published 12 hours ago by c.j.cunningham
I really enjoyed this book the entire time I was reading it. I couldn't put it down, until the end. It wasn't wrapped up into a tiny tidy package at the end and I didn't like that. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Erin Miller
Here's what I liked about this book: it covered a number of ideas through a very simple story line. In that way, it was an unusual read.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
The premise was interesting but far fetched. In a world where identity theft is a real concern, it's hard to accept the book's theme that the world wants total transparency and to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by cassie
I loved how the author wrote about current social media behaviors and how these behaviors can morph into extreme behaviors (that may not be so far off in our society today). Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mccurls
I had high hopes for this one. The topic is of fundamental importance, and it was about time someone turned it into a thrilling novel. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Johannes
I know these people. This book is unsettling because the author's fiction allows us to see a possible future and an unsettling present. Read morePublished 3 days ago by David
This story eerily portrays the present day happenings of becoming connected throughout the world. By selling the idea that all information should be for all people, that there... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Margaret L. Ponchel