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Like I said before this book is an amazing read, and maybe life changing for you or someone you know.
That is part of the problem, though--these characters are just like you and me, too similar, until you wait and wait for a climax and nothing ever really happens.
This multi-layered book about how childhood experiences impact on the rest of life's journey, tackles a subject rarely explored.
Finishing this was such a delight!! The way the book is constructed ensures that the reader is enlightened only about certain key parts of this odyssey and this life, only a little... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Chicago Dreamer
Ideally read by anyone with a complicated life. A very different take on a coming of age story. Brutal and brilliant.Published 22 days ago by C. Dougherty
this masterpiece reaches into the places where hidden childhood plan waits for adulthood to reassess its worth. Ms. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kindle Customer
Cat'sEye is one of my favorite novels of all time. Margaret Atwood is such a superb writer, and totally portrays the characters and the period in which they live. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frances R. Hobbie
I generally love Margaret Atwood, but this coming of age story just didn't grab me the way her work usually does. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kat
Horrendously overrated, Atwood's purple prose strikes again in this effort to remind us that we never really know anybody - let alone ourselves - but that bullying sucks... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph K. Fitzpatrick
An interesting exploration of a little girls thoughts growing up. But kind of neurotic and not much point to it all. The ending was the best part.Published 3 months ago by ds
While "Cat's Eye" is an enjoying and memorable read, the novel, purportedly infused with autobiographical elements, lacks that extra dramatic arc or narrative shift that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by PuroShaggy
Margaret Attwood has such a subtle way of helping you to better understand human behaviour, without ever stating the obvious.Published 5 months ago by charlielectrique