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The Robber Bride - Margaret Atwood
The Robber Bride
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780771008214 (077100821X)
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Pages no: 546
Edition language: English
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Remember When the Music
Remember When the Music rated it
4.0 The Robber Bride
I consider myself a big Margaret Atwood fan, though I’ve only delved into a few of her novels. And I actually only first read The Handmaid’s Tale because it was assigned to me for a class (though I was delighted to find it already on my bookshelf, probably purchased for a few bucks at some used book...
Michael's Book Babble
Michael's Book Babble rated it
4.0 Zenia... Cruel, cruel Zenia...
Although lengthy in spots, Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride is a mesmerizing tale of lies and manipulation. We meet Zenia, who has to be one of the cruelest and most mean characters I've come across in the world of fiction. Her cruelty is subtle, no doubt, but in the end that’s what makes it even ...
Benefits of Being a Nerd
Benefits of Being a Nerd rated it
4.5 The Robber Bride Review
Margaret Atwood's The Robber Bride takes an intensive look at the lives of three women and how those lives are affected by a charming and manipulative woman named Zenia. Though the novel takes place primarily in the past, it maintains an immediacy and suspense that feels very present, which is ef...
The Book Nerd
The Book Nerd rated it
5.0 The Robber's Bride Review
The Robbers Bride by Margaret Atwood is one of the best work she has done with her writing from what I've read from her so far. How can three women with the man of their dreams be stolen by someone as manipulative as Zenia is. The story can go so far from what you until it gone then comes back aft...
Eccentric Musings (jakaEM)
Eccentric Musings (jakaEM) rated it
5.0
Atwood at her finest - and in some ways, meanest (I mean that in a good way). I ended up loving it, although found it started slowly, lacking her usual sly and almost remote perspective, sharp insights, biting black humour. It was almost too sincere and - gasp! - clichéd. Then, by about p 100, it k...
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