The narration, the sequencing and the thorough investigative approach of the writer. I appreciate the Nick's detailed questioning of the surrounding when certain events happened, like the morning dew on the grass, when twitter exec were going after resolving one of their disputes or something
Truth at every corner.
Of course, the whole sequence of first series of twits twitted among the employees.
Rather, I was a bit upset that such a book didn't really inspire anything. It's full of encounters of power struggle, manipulation and band-aids for problems in life. Growing pain is part of any organization but characters involved are really eccentric at times.
My criticism shouldn't be held against the author. This is a wonderfully written piece of art but the subject overall is very depressing.
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