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I was completely captivated by the lives of the three women in the book.
Superficially the three are very different from eachother, but too often they seem like three sides of the same character rather than three different women.
This is one of those books that will keep you reading late into the night to find out what happens!
It really bothered me that it was written third person present. "She looks in the mirror" "Tony sets down her pen"
If a book doesn't grab my attention... Read more
If you love Atwood's quirky style, you'll love Robber Bride. Not as off-the-wall as Handmaid's Tale, yet full of quirks and surprises. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cec
The author builds lives of three women ,each devastated by the involvement of the same woman. While it is slow reading the insight into the three lives was compelling.Published 4 months ago by Pat J Phillips
Margaret Attwood writes such a beautifully constructed novel, colorful in ideas and language, of three ladies plus one, with the three joined in their disparity by a shared... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alistair Blunt
First time I give a book 5 stars.Real literature.Very well written !Most interesting story.Margaret Atwood is unique ! Read and enjoy .Published 9 months ago by Miriam Nadav Rosler
I didn't care for it, I felt it rambled, and took a long time to actually get to the point of the story, however, my book group and my mother loved it.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a horrible book. Like a lit major trying to use everything they learned in one book. No story herePublished 12 months ago by Jl Maloney
This study of female friendships is fascinating for women of any age. It might even lead you to question what your friends see in you, and whether your friendships are based on... Read morePublished 13 months ago by A. Grady