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Very sad news today with the axing of the TV show The Circle and with it Cheryl Akle's reviews and recommendations for The Circle Book Club.

The Network Ten announcement read:

As a result of the introduction of TEN’s new morning line-up, production of The Circle will cease on Friday, August 3. From August 6, Breakfast will run from 6am to 8.30am, presented by Paul Henry, Kathryn Robinson and Magdalena Roze.

Network Ten would like to thank Pam Barnes, the Executive Producer of The Circle since it launched in February 2010, for her valued contribution to the program and to TEN.

Network Ten would also like to thank all the staff on The Circle, including Hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Yumi Stynes, for their hard work and dedication.

Very saddened to hear about the end of @thecircle_ten - have loved being a part of it and wish the whole team the very best.

— Cheryl Akle (@CherylAkle) July 30, 2012

Sad news indeed. Cheryl Akle has been a class act on The Circle.

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