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L'anno del diluvio - Guido Calza, Margaret Atwood
L'anno del diluvio
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9788862201278 (8862201273)
Publisher: Ponte alle Grazie
Pages no: 472
Edition language: Italian
Series: MaddAddam Trilogy (#2)
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Lucy Goodfellow Reviews
Lucy Goodfellow Reviews rated it
5.0 The Year of the Flood
This book is perfect. If your looking for a critical non-biased review this isn't the place because I haven't read a book by Margaret Atwood that I haven't loved. This is a dual perspective novel and the sequel to Oryx y Crake featuring many of the same characters as the original. I loved both persp...
Cynically Speaking
Cynically Speaking rated it
Ms Atwood's "The Year of the Flood" parallels the events in "Oryx & Crate" from the perspective of a few members of 'Gods's Gardners'. As one would expect, a few of them also have connections to Crate and Jimmy (Snowman). I enjoyed this book more than Oryx & Grate as it takes place in 'Pleebland'...
BrokenTune rated it
2.5 The Year of the Flood & MaddAddam
"But hatred and viciousness are addictive. You can get high on them. Once you've had a little, you start shaking if you don't get more." When Oryx & Crake was first published, I could not put it down. It was my first Atwood, none of my friends knew about her (I was still at uni at the time) and pe...
Lindsay's Book Log
Lindsay's Book Log rated it
5.0 The Year of the Flood
I meant to get to this much sooner since I finished Oryx and Crake back in June. I think of this book more as a companion than a sequel to Oryx and Crake . This book takes place at the same time and also utilizes flashbacks but this book has two points of view. The story is told from Ren and Toby'...
Read All The Things! Reviews
Read All The Things! Reviews rated it
5.0 The Year of the Flood
The Year of the Flood is book #2 of the MaddAddam trilogy, but it is more of a companion novel than a sequel. It has a new cast of characters, and the events take place at the same time as the events in the first book. You could probably read this novel as a standalone without getting confused.While...
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