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Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood, whose work has been published in over thirty-five countries, is the author of more than forty books of fiction, poetry, and critical essays. In addition to The Handmaid's Tale, her novels include Cat's Eye, shortlisted for the Booker Prize; Alias Grace, which won the Giller Prize... show more
Margaret Atwood, whose work has been published in over thirty-five countries, is the author of more than forty books of fiction, poetry, and critical essays. In addition to The Handmaid's Tale, her novels include Cat's Eye, shortlisted for the Booker Prize; Alias Grace, which won the Giller Prize in Canada and the Premio Mondello in Italy; The Blind Assassin, winner of the 2000 Booker Prize; and her most recent, Oryx and Crake, shortlisted for the 2003 Booker Prize. She lives in Toronto with writer Graeme Gibson.
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Darth Pony
Darth Pony rated it 1 week ago
I’m pretty sure this book is supposed to make me feel a certain way, but I got nothin’. Maybe the relentless news cycle for the past several years has left me numb. Maybe I can’t look at this type of dystopian fiction objectively since seeing it described as white people being treated the same way w...
XOX
XOX rated it 3 months ago
No action. No drama. No tension. No likable characters. The story is not going anywhere or letting us in to any secret at all. What is the point? I really don't see the point. The imaginary of the story is fine. And the dumbing down for the new humanoids storytelling is cute in the fir...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 4 months ago
They lost almost everything when the economy went belly up and now they lived in their car. Stan was getting tired of the situation while Charmaine tried to remain positive although her new working conditions at the Pixel Dust bar, were less than ideal. When Charmaine saw the commercial for the Posi...
The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 4 months ago
For such a short thing, it certainly packed a punch. Between the unreliable but scathing narrator and the creepy chorus, I found myself running the whole gamut of reactions, from laughter to shudders. It was an interesting way of taking a stab at all the bits of the Odyssey that make you look as...
amberlynnejentink
amberlynnejentink rated it 6 months ago
The book that follows a controversial woman artists life from her childhood through to adulthood from WWII through the 1980s her history is weaved throughout the book in short chapters which made it a quick pick up and put down kind of book. Really enjoyed it.
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