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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.
A series of unbelievably (as in "who can believe anyone would think this way?") bad decisions by a protagonist with no foresight or sense of self-awareness. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Disappointing ending to an underwhelming book. Eggers, but not at his finest.Published 1 day ago by Aerin
I couldn't get into it. It may be a very great book, but I couldn't get past the first 50 pages.Published 2 days ago by Anne Kwiatkowski
Sprightly read, nodding heavily to 1984, examines the "positive" aspects of a world where social media reigns and everyone knows everything.Published 2 days ago by Jennifer
... somehow interesting the first pages but disappointing at the end, I hoped in something more articulated and innovative, perhaps I had too much expectation. Overall ok DavePublished 3 days ago by Michele
Points were made with a sledge hammer....over and over...creative theme...too long too much repetition!Published 3 days ago by Ronni G.
of course it's exaggerated, but in a certain way we are almost close to be observed at any minute.Published 4 days ago by Brigitte Gutzeit-Mueller
Thought provoking but slightly cliche exploration of a Googletopia type of work environment. Ending was just silly, but the first two thirds were interesting.Published 4 days ago by mochaLite