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Borderless by Eliot Peper
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it was amazing

The middle book in the Analog trilogy, Borderless continues to center on Commonwealth and The Feed, which is what Facebook and its newsfeed could have been, instead of becoming a complete dumpster fire of a garbage company with a product that, while useful at times, does incredible harm. Borderless is my favorite of Eliot’s works that I’ve read so far (Cumulus, Bandwidth, True Blue).

The writing is clumsy in a few parts but overall is a very fine effort, especially for this genre. While ostensibly a dramatic thriller, the pacing is relatively slow. But, Eliot more than compensates for that by deeply filling out the characters, especially the protagonist Diana, and seriously discussing the broader consequences of their actions.
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Reading Progress

March 21, 2019 – Started Reading
March 21, 2019 – Shelved
April 25, 2019 – Finished Reading

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