Thank you @NikkiTgriffiths , @Seeshespeak and @Melivillehouse for letting me part of this tour and reviewing this book. I love the front cover its very eye catching witch would make me pick up to read the blurb. I like the title to. I found hanging out very instresting read its very true how people lost on technology and how we lost the connections in the real world since covid. I found it difficult and awakard going to social situations not knowing what to say or woundering if people want me there all because we been locjed away. I like how Sheila highlights her importance for us to hang out togther and how socialsing has changed through the years. Hanging out is written well and easy to get into and the topic is well researched. 4 stars. The digital age has consumed us. Every time we unlock our phones, we disengage from our social interactions. As a digital society we have fractured our real-life relationships, splintered our attention and created social voids. We overcompensate f
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