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.
Arrived to me in poor condition with a broken spine and damaged covers. The book content however is amazing.Published 16 days 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 2 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 2 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 2 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 3 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 4 months ago by C. Ullman
Meanders a lot, not for addicts in recovery, more for those that want to find out how addicts minds work. Sad tale.Published 6 months ago by Faye Krafthefer
I just finished reading Woman on the Edge of Time for the third time and it always feels like coming home to read it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MotoSpice
One of the worst book I have read. I like Marge Piercy's writing but this is uninteresting and a true waste of time. Wish I could get a refund.