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LONGLISTED 2014 – Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction
“The MaddAddam trilogy is, at its heart, a love letter to literature.”
—The Globe and Mail
“[Atwood] crafts a complex plot that weaves back and forth from the past to the future, yet the narrative momentum never abates.”
"Atwood brings her cunning, impish, and bracing speculative trilogy to a gritty, stirring and resonant conclusion. . . . Atwood is ascendant, from her resilient characters to the feverishly suspenseful plot. . . . The coruscating finale is an ingenious, cautionary trilogy of hubris, fortitude, wisdom, love, and life's grand obstinacy."
—Booklist (STARRED REVIEW)
"Unpredictably chilling and hilarious. . . . The novel holds a shrewd mirror to our possible future."
“Weaving adventure, romance, imagination, wit, and incredible world-building, Atwood has created a terrifying future and a compelling end to her tale.”
MARGARET ATWOOD is the author of more than forty books - novels, short stories, poetry, literary criticism, social history, and books for children. Atwood's work is acclaimed internationally and has been published around the world. Her novels include The Handmaid's Tale and Cat's Eye -- both shortlisted for the Booker Prize; The Robber Bride, winner of the Trillium Book Award and a finalist for the Governor General's Award; Alias Grace, winner of the prestigious Giller Prize in Canada and the Premio Mondello in Italy, and a finalist for the Governor General's Award, the Booker Prize, the Orange Prize, and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; The Blind Assassin, winner of the Booker Prize and a finalist for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; and Oryx and Crake, a finalist for The Giller Prize, the Governor General's Award, the Orange Prize, and the Man Booker Prize. Her most recent books of fiction are Moral Disorder, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood. Margaret Atwood lives in Toronto with novelist Graeme Gibson. Visit www.margaretatwood.ca.See all Product Description
The first two books in the trilogy are so brilliant, and this was just, eh. I am glad I own it to complete the set, but I don't know if I'll reread it, whereas "Oryx and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Samuel E. Wagar
Surprisingly a real page turner. I really liked the mix of past and current events and storytelling.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer