Book Review: Panopticon by David Bajo
4 Stars , Fiction / October 19, 2010

I got this book for free. Contest: Unbridled Books has kindly made available one (1) copy of “Panopticon” to one lucky winner (US Addresses Only).  See contest link & Rules below. Congradulations treerose@ for the winning entry   My rating for Panopticon – 4 About: “Panopticon” by David Bajo is a fictional book which tells the story of three journalists who are sent to cover one final story before their newspaper closes. The setting is on the California / Mexico border and takes place the near future where every move you make is being recorded by public cameras. You are being recorded – Buy “Panopticon” NOW!!!   s Thoughts: At first I didn’t know what to think about this book, but the more I thought about it the more I liked it.  I will not say it was an easy read, it wasn’t.  I had to go back and re-read several passages or paragraphs to make sure I understood where the story was going to – but I’m glad I did.   The central idea of video being spliced from public cameras, using one person as a central figure without their knowledge, is a very interesting concept, which I can…

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