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  • by Scott Allan Morrison
  • Narrated by David Colacci
  • 12 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Circles is the most popular social network in the world: vast, ubiquitous, and constantly evolving. Days before expanding into China, Circles suffers a devastating cyberattack - and a key executive is brutally murdered.
As he fights to save the company he helped build, top engineer Sergio Mansour uncovers evidence of a massive conspiracy that turns the power of Circles against its users. But as Sergio investigates, someone is watching his every move - someone ruthless enough to brand him a criminal and set a vicious hit man on his trail.
Desperate to clear his name, Sergio turns to Malina Olson, a beautiful and headstrong doctor who has an agenda of her own. Now, he and Malina must survive long enough to expose the truth in a world without hiding places, where a single keystroke can shift the global balance of power.


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Customer Reviews

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Over Promised, Under-Delivered

If something bills itself as a cyber-thriller, it had better have a lot of cyber and a lot of thrills. This book literally had very little of both, and the silly technical jargon was so obviously fake it was painful.

Imagine if you will being promised dinner at an amazing Italian restaurant. You sit at a table, you recline back at the red-checkered table cloth and you order a pasta dish. When it comes out, after all the promises, you literally get a bowl of Spaghetti-O's.

Now Spaghetti-O's in and of themselves aren't bad, but when you're expecting great pasta and that's what you get, it's horrible.

The writing is mediocre in every way, and if I had to hear one more time about how stunned Sergio is I would shoot myself to end the stunning. His synapses were constantly firing, scrambled, or whatever else. In fact, most of the words in this book are overly-descriptive nonsense.

This is not a good one. Pass. Move on. If you're looking to kill time, maybe it's good for that.

And that's a big maybe.
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- Vincent Ferrari "Vincent Ferrari"

Conspiracies Abound

The right to privacy. Is it possible anymore in our digital society? This is a fairly fast moving book which capitalizes on some of the conspiracy theories out there regarding social media and its impact on current events. I thoroughly enjoyed it and think it should be read soon as to not outdate itself in the near future as technology is changing so fast. Circles resembles a popular social media site for the present but possibly not the future. Just sayin...
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- James T "Audible fan!...Why didn't I discover audiobooks sooner? I would rather listen than watch."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-01-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio