"Funny, poignant, and briskly energetic."
"A rich, subtle, deep, delicate, nourishing book. It's all joy, but it stays with you. She has things to tell us."
"A really gifted writer...alternately satirical and lyrical."
"A very funny novel, lightly told with wry detachment and considerable art."
--Washington Post Book World
"Brilliant and funny. I can't tell you how exhilarating it was to read it --everything works. An extraordinary book."
One of Atwood's many excellent novels. It was different from her usual, but still very exciting.Published 10 days ago by Lucy L. Blaney
I thought I might have read this one by Margaret Atwood before, but I think instead I might have started it and put it down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by AnandaK
This book lacked the imagination of Ms. Atwood's other books. I struggled to finish it. I still love her as an author though.Published 2 months ago by Diann L Spear
Totally excellent. Totally Atwood. She is the best. She is incapable of writing anything that is not worth reading. You can tell I am a huge fan.Published 4 months ago by Leland Brenneman
I give this book a 5 star rating because I love the way Margaret Atwood writes (the flow of the language and sentence structure she uses) and the story really captivated me.Published 7 months ago by Kelsey
I first read Lady Oracle years ago, and it's great to have it on my Kindle now. Is it the best-written Margaret Atwood book? Read morePublished 13 months ago by Allison Brooks
Much the same elements used in Cat's Eye, slightly different storyline. Abrupt ending. Her best book so far remains "Blind Assassin".Published 13 months ago by Esme Bredenhann
As a Margaret Atwood fan I expected more. Dont get me wrong it wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was taking a Gothic literature class, and this was required reading. I bought the book for that, but it's actually an interesting read and a bit of a page-turner. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dyanek2000