THE CIRCLE QUOTES WITH PAGE NUMBERS

“SECRETS ARE LIES, SHARING IS CARING, PRIVACY IS THEFT.” (Pg. 5)

“Part of Mae felt frightened, but there was something else, too. A thrill of possibility.” (Pg. 9)

“MY GOD, IT WAS LIKE A DREAM, A DREAM OF A FUTURE WHERE EVERYONE WAS HAPPY AND NOTHING HURT.” (Pg. 23)

“Mae felt like she was at a crossroads, and all her life to this point had just been leading her here, to this moment.” (Pg. 37)

“SECRETS ARE LIES, SHARING IS CARING, PRIVACY IS THEFT.” (Pg. 49)

“Her brain bounced around from interest to interest, from affirmation to affirmation, and she realized that she had never held a real conviction in her life.” (Pg. 63)

“Mae had been hired to advance Circle, but she also felt like it was advancing her.” (Pg. 78)

“The honesty of it all was exquisite.” (Pg. 90)

“The Circle was like a family, and nobody got left behind.” (Pg. 103)

“She had no idea who she really was.” (Pg. 117)

“You want to be known, right? You want to be part of something?” (Pg. 126)

“SO-CRA-TES! SO-CRA-TES!” (Pg. 140)

“Mae had the overwhelming urge to share.” (Pg. 154) CHEROKEE QUOTES IN CHEROKEE LANGUAGE

“Disconnection became their hobby. Conspiracies were their entertainment.” (Pg. 166)

“It was like some elaborate and deadly game, and everyone was a player.” (Pg. 182)

“Mae knew her every keystroke was being watched, but the temptation to indulge in her own thoughts was too great.” (Pg. 196)

“Mae felt as if she were participating in something rare and special, something that could change the world.” (Pg. 210)

“The Circle was a company with the power to change the world, but it was also a company with the power to destroy it.” (Pg. 223)

“Mae felt like she had found a new family, a new tribe.” (Pg. 238)

“The Circle was the answer to every question, the solution to every problem.” (Pg. 251)

“She felt as if she had no more secrets, but that wasn’t true. She had her memories, and her dreams, and her nightmares.” (Pg. 267)

“The pursuit of perfection had turned into the pursuit of oblivion.” (Pg. 281)

“The Circle was a place of safety and danger, of protection and exposure.” (Pg. 296)

“Mae knew she had made a choice, and that it was final. The Circle was her future, and her past.” (Pg. 311)