You feel like you're inside the room during the most important moments of the site's history. Too many books on tech feel like they have been Googled together; Lagorio-Chafkin's is rich in original reportage
The best, grittiest, most accurate book yet about what it's like to build a startup and a community from scratch (a struggle I know well). And it's a great story; truly fun to read!
A classic 'we were coders once, and young' tale . . . Lagorio-Chafkin fearlessly explores Reddit's dark edges
I've heard every start-up story you can imagine, but Reddit's is as fascinating as it gets. Christine has captured what it really looks like to start a company and turned Reddit's struggle for success into a gripping, entertaining book that is a must-read for every entrepreneur
Incisive, witty and brilliantly written. Lagorio-Chadkin gives you a front row seat to the world-altering consequences of sometimes responsible decisions made by a few tiny humans on the front lines of the internet, nerds and all
Excellent . . . Learn how the internet's front page got its mojo back
Reddit is life. Or at least that's the case for millions upon millions of people on the Internet. Christine Lagorio-Chafkin has done a masterful job of explaining how Reddit became the Internet's dominant cultural force. Fast-paced, packed with insight and, above all, wonderfully entertaining, this is a must read for anyone hoping to make sense of the century ahead
A triumph - a business book that reads like a page-turning novel . . . This book captures all the wonder and anxiety we feel about human connection in the social media age