I Dream of Zenia with the Bright Red Teeth
Publish date: 2012
Publisher: The Walrus Foundation
Pages no: 31
Edition language: English
This is a really good follow up to The Robber Bride. It was nice to visit again with the three ladies and to see what has happened in their lives. The story has quite a sense of humor. Fits nicely into the novel. Well done.
Debated how to rate this short. I like Margaret Atwood best during a sustained character portrait in a full-length novel or a sharp punch in her super-short vignettes (as in Good Bones and Simple Murders). On the other hand, it's a comfort and a pleasure to visit her storytelling and, in this case, ...