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The Heart Goes Last - Margaret Atwood
The Heart Goes Last
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781408867785 (1408867788)
ASIN: 1408867788
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
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Votedofftheisland rated it
Got almost halfway through and quit, stopped just at chapter 7. This is my first Margaret Atwood book and I did enjoy her writing, just not the story. I grew bored and ended up skimming in the end, even when I came across Jocelyns' plan. I just didn't care. Admittedly, it is a bit my fault. The w...
Lindsay's Book Log
Lindsay's Book Log rated it
4.0 The Heart Goes Last
This book is over the top and funny while commenting on the risks of our commercialism and the economic risks we are at. It’s over the top with some things, and if you start this looking for something like The Handmaid’s Tale you are going to be disappointed. I enjoyed the humor and the characters i...
SilverMaris rated it
2.0 Margaret Atwood: The Heart Goes Last
I read this over Christmas, so only about a month ago, but it turns out I'd already forgotten half the plot. After briefly refreshing my memory, here's what I've got. It's the near future and most major industries have collapsed due to an unspecified economic breakdown. Stan and Charmaine are livi...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
4.0 The Heart Goes Last (Positron 0.5) by Margaret Atwood
Things have gone absolutely to hell. Banks are collapsing, there's little food security, homes are being foreclosed on and unemployment has skyrocketed. Stan has always been steady, especially in comparison to his career criminal brother Conner. He has a job, a reliable wife and house which repairs ...
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it
4.0 Book 37/100: The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood
Around the Year Reading Challenge Item #48: A DystopiaDon't be discouraged by the fact that this book took me five months to read -- I was reading it on my Kindle, which is pretty much the "slow lane" to my book traffic. (I usually only read it in waiting rooms.) The writing style is accessible and ...
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