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I find this story particularly fascinating because it is told from the POV of the main character Offred.
The Handmaid's Tale is a vibrant and chilling story of the roles of women in a society where fundamentalist religion takes over the government.
When I got the book, I just can't put it down for one second, it kept you interested to know what happened next in the story.
Author introduces a myriad of characters and potential plot lines. Most end with "and then I never saw her again."Published 16 hours ago by NM
I found this "classic" boring and lacking in value as a moral story. I stayed with it only with the hope that it would get better. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tim F. Merriman
The themes and ideas are scary, like a good dystopian novel should be, but the writing is so bad, with boring prose, uncertain narrative style, a lifelessly rendered protagonist... Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Sternberg
I know I need to write a review on this book, but the end came suddenly and without warning, and I lie in my bathtub, reeling. What an intense book. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Heather Brown
I read it all. Hard to get through. Not quite a presentation of mental illness but a degree of paranoia with no resolution. Could have been a short story.Published 5 days ago by chetter
Chilling tale of totalitarian rule with religious justification.Published 5 days ago by Sara Graham Westermark
I highly recommend this book to readers, it is well-written and gives the reader a lot of food for thought.Published 5 days ago by B.T.