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The Every by Dave Eggers

The Every

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The Every by Dave Eggers
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Nov 16, 2021 | ISBN 9780593315347

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“Hilarious and horrifying and idealistic. An unusual combination in a novel, or in anything else, really, but here the necessary result of a powerful writer taking on much of what matters most to our future.”—Mohsin Hamid, author of Exit West

The Every follows through not only on the world Dave Eggers created in The Circle, but on the absurd and alarming world we’ve created for ourselves. With oracular precision, he takes us on a journey equal parts terrifying and human and hilarious. This is Eggers at the top of his game.”—Rebecca Makkai, Pulitzer finalist for The Great Believers

“Unforgettable. With brilliant humor and enormous suspense, The Every examines how technology is indelibly redefining what it means to be human, and how it already has.”—Van Jones, CNN Host & author of Beyond the Messy Truth
 
“At once sharply satirical and big-hearted, darkly comic and profoundly serious, The Every is a novel for our time.”—Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker staff writer and author of Under a White Sky
 
“Eggers proposes an uncanny world, on the border between the impossible-to-imagine and the already-in-play. Every reader is implicated. We are all members of that passive army willing to trade freedom for convenience. As digital culture blossomed, people wondered if machines could be made to think like people. The more compelling question is the one Eggers poses in The Every: Are people content to become machines?”—Sherry Turkle, author of The Empathy Diaries

“Many will say The Every offers a prophecy of tech-abetted dystopia, but that’s both too dour and too hopeful a way to describe Dave Eggers’s remarkable sequel to The Circle. Too dour because you’ll be hard pressed to find a more hysterical account of digital madness. Yet too hopeful because the true horror here is how closely Eggers hews to our daily reality of tech-dependence, and how often The Every feels more like documentary than dystopia — a hilarious, harrowing look not at a disturbing future but an inescapable present.”—Farhad Manjoo, New York Times columnist and author of True Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society

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