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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.
I read this in one sitting. Loved the pace, and the satire/commentary was genius, as were a lot of the "inventions". Read morePublished 2 days ago by Michael Thornton
Unfortunately, this book is a big waste of time. The characters were poorly drawn, the sexual encounters seemed tuned to the prurient interests of teenagers, and the story line was... Read morePublished 4 days ago by RHF
Anyone who is a user of social media or online commerce should definitely read this book. Compelling and topical subject, decent writing, and definitely worth the read. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Erik Kingston
A provocative view of privacy rights and the extent to which the future of the blurred boundaries private incursions and government involvement is already occurirng.Published 4 days ago by Selrach
Don't drink the kool-aid. I loved Zeitoun, but this book is a huge disappointment. Eggers has won over so many critics up to now that no one seems to realize that the emperor has... Read morePublished 4 days ago by m b
For anyone that isn't part of the herd mentality of posting every detail of their life on "social media", this book is for you. Read morePublished 4 days ago by AML_81
Just awful. The visual equivalent of hearing the same note played ad infinitum followed by a sledgehammer in case you didn't hear the note. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Eric Wang