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The Handmaid's Tale is an imaginatively audacious novel that is at once a page-turning psychological thriller, a moving love story, and a chilling warning about what might be waiting for us around the corner. What ultimately makes it stand out is Atwood's ability to balance a passionate political statement with finely wrought literary fiction. The Handmaid's Tale is a remarkable work by one of Canada's most inventive writers. --Jeffrey Canton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A rather freighting dismal experience with regard to the situation in the Middle East. It is already happening there and I feel very uncomfortable with the possibility of it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Janet Thibaudeau
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, and can see why it is considered a classic. Although it has been categorized as futuristic-dystopian, I didn't find it too be at all depressing.Published 8 months ago by "Bomber"
It's a great book. I've read it over 10 times in the last 6 or 7 years!! A very hard book to put downPublished 11 months ago by belynda
This novel could not be more relevant in today's religious extremist political matrix. Read it and shudder. A brilliant work. A favorite author.Published 13 months ago by Implied Zero
Very well written, leaves you guessing at the end. Funny how improbable it all seems now.
Re-reading books that you read as an adolescent but now as an adult gives you a... Read more