The Circle by Dave Eggers (2018):

Booklist said in its starred review of The Circle “Most of us imagine totalitarianism as something imposed upon us—but what if we’re complicit in our own oppression?  That’s the scenario in Eggers’ ambitious, terrifying, and eerily plausible [The Circle].” 

Publishers Weekly calls the book “[A] stunning work of terrifying plausibility, a cautionary tale of subversive power in the digital age suavely parlayed as a Silicon Valley social satire.”

The Washington Post -  “The Circle is Brave New World for our brave new world . . . Now that we all live and move and have our being in the panopticon, Eggers’s novel may be just fast enough, witty enough and troubling enough to make us glance away from our twerking Vines and consider how life has been reshaped by a handful of clever marketers . . . There may come a day when we can look back at this novel with incredulity, but for now, the mirror it holds up is too chilling to LOL.” —Ron Charles

The New York Times Book Review - “Entertaining . . . A sense of horror finally arrives near the end of the book, coming . . . through the power of Eggers’s writing . . . The final scene is chilling.”  —Ellen Ullman

The Wall Street Journal - “A vivid, roaring dissent to the companies that have coaxed us to disgorge every thought and action onto the Web . . . Carries the potential to change how the world views its addicted, compliant thrall to all things digital. If you work in Silicon Valley, or just care about what goes on there, you need to pay attention.”  —Dennis K. Berman