ARC Review: Sociable by Rebecca Harrington

The book looked like it would be a commentary on how the millennial generation is addicted to social media and viral content. But this was not it. It was about a judgmental insufferable woman who is obsessed about her disrespectful boyfriend who just dumped her for no reason. Most of the other characters are also quite unlikable with hardly any redeeming qualities. I was able to get through the book but it just ended abruptly and I thought nothing was really resolved. Millennials are shown in a very bad light here and I really thought that was gross generalization and unfair to people like me. The friendships were superficial and sometimes downright bitchy which I just hated. I really don’t think our generation is so incapable of friendships and relationships as depicted here and even though we might be a little social media obsessed, it doesn’t mean we can be insulted. I was really disappointed with this book.

Rating: ⭐️

PS: I received this book from Doubleday books and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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