That felt a bit too contrived.
Piercy's novel is an entertaining and historically important work of Science Fiction, exemplifying many of the technological as well as feminist concerns of her time.
Every time I read this book, I close the back cover and think how important the decisions I make in my own life are, no matter how minimal they seem to appear.
I cannot explain how much I loved this book. I feel like I already want to read it again. The story truly opens your eyes to many issues that we all may overlook at times. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by SHELBY HOLDEN
Classic feminist utopian novel. Rereading it after 30+ years and it's even better than I remembered. Beautifully written, insightful, socially powerful.Published 9 days ago by MK
Arrived to me in poor condition with a broken spine and damaged covers. The book content however is amazing.Published 1 month ago by Nannini
I read it years ago and some of the ideas still are with me. I wanted to reread it, but have not yet. It presents interesting concepts about society. Read morePublished 3 months ago by emma2u
When I first read this book, aged 21, long years ago I liked it a great deal. Right from the putset I never doubted that her experiences with Luciente and others were genuine and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Rosalind Dunning
I liked how Piercy treated mental illness, domestic violence, and desperation. It was very believable even when fantastical. Makes you think.Published 4 months ago by Robin Ramsey
I read this book back in the 70s when it first came out. It is one of the few books that changed the way I see the world and left me a committed utopian communist for life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brett Portman
A gripping, page-turning narrative with extremely appealing characters that is also a call to action for humanity to make the choices necessary to create a life of equality and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by C. Ullman