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I loved this book. Margaret Atwood is a brilliant writer and this book keeps the reader wanting more.Published 7 months ago by Andrea
Brilliant and funny too. Who knew Margaret had such a sense of humour.Published 9 months ago by Daniel Thorpe
This was my first book of Atwood and it certainly encourages me to read more of her. I am fan of thick books with a historical context. Read morePublished on Sept. 29 2010 by Littérature sans frontières
It's like reading three books in one, the way it is written. Again, Atwood is still the best..Published on May 6 2010 by lafleurpetite
Highly recommend! This has moved to the top of my list as best book read this year. Wonderful story. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2007 by Nicola Mansfield
This novel is hard to follow, just as you settle into the story the author introduces a novel within the novel, plus a science fiction story and newspaper articles. Read morePublished on June 26 2007 by Toni Osborne
No book was ever more deserving of the Booker Prize, but one must be willing to put up with the unfolding of the plot which is something of a Chinese puzzle box. Read morePublished on June 24 2003