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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 book reads like an Orwellian book from the 1950s or so. The characters are undistinguished and difficult to remember.Published 12 hours ago by Marvin Friedman
A great quick read and nicely relevant for those of us who work in silicon valley.Published 20 hours ago by A. Good Customer
I'm only up to p197 but wanted to share an idea that Eggers in this book is to excesses in digital social networks what Ayn Rand was to excessive non-libertarian aspects of our... Read morePublished 1 day ago by R. Kahn
Had the makings of a stellar satire of the Googlization of our world, but the poorly developed characters and overly-obvious plot points made this novel a great disappointment. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Hillary Fairbairn
Memorable and provocative extrapolation of social media transparency taken to the extreme.Published 2 days ago by James Miller
Read this entire book hoping something would happen but it went nowhere... uninspired writing...superficial characters and a lousy ending to boot...what a waste!!Published 3 days ago by Gary J. Fortunato
Sophomoric style. Dialogue is crap. Boring. No umph. Banal. Sleep inducing.Published 3 days ago by Eric Swenson
Well the best thing I heard say about this book was that it was written without love. In fact I do not see much love for the characters expressed in it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael Esser
I think he writes like a 6th grader but the ideas presented (when you can get thru the absurdly plain writing) are very thought provoking. Read morePublished 5 days ago by JC