The characters are well developed and the story lines moves quickly along.
He feared an economic elite and felt that the most important role of the executive branch was to resist the formation of such an economic elite.
Admittedly I read this book a while ago now... but I made all my friends read it... and it is one of the few novels I have read more than once.
At first I was annoyed to read this for an English class. Another feminist novel! Worst. However, halfway through the book I wasn't forcing myself to read it I honestly saw great... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah Taylor
Read it years ago in paperback and enjoyed it, but suffered through the small book print. With Kindle it was so easy to read and I enjoyed it even more! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Characters: I really liked Nili, and I really didn't like Gadi, but otherwise I was pretty indifferent towards most of the characters. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laura
An amazing read to be grouped with the likes of Brave New World and We. Marge Piercy has succeeding in capturing human emotion in both the past and future with this sci-fi tome. Read morePublished 4 months ago by V. Seelaus
I haven't read it on my kindle yet but I have read it sevrral times in the past. It is one of my favorite Marge Peircy books. It is somewwhat futuristic, which she does well.Published 4 months ago by Marcia B. Cohen
It's the near future and the Earth has been decimated by war and pollution. The world is run by huge corporations (multis) whose chosen employees adhere to rigid, stylized rules... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Barbara Saffer
Marge has written an excellent novel that would appeal to anybody. My wife is not big on sci-fi but I recommended this book to her as it's so well written & the themes appeal to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph
This is my second favorite Piercy novel. Woman at the Edge of Time is far and away my first. There are some very interesting parallels between the characters in the two books and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brett Portman