The beginning was very promising, and I was exciting to listen to another high-quality dystopia of Margaret Atwood. However, the denouement of all the lines and plots at the end of the book was dead-alive, primitive and flat. I am a big fan of the writer's work, and, of course, I'm a bit disappointed. Anyways, I wish Margaret Atwood good health and inspiration and hope to enjoy her new masterpieces for a long time to come.
Narrators Mark Deakins and Cassandra Campbell are really great.
Atwood has some interesting ideas.. how’s she come up with them? Once the story finally “explained” the whole point of why you’d alternate back and forth to the prison, the story got better. The nararators were good.
I haven't read much of Margaret Atwood, but the concept of this book was very intriguing. even if highly fictional, most stories are at least written to be believable. This one was not believable. I was rolling my eyes more often than not. Some of the characters frustrated me with their stupidity, and the overall story line was just ridiculous. But of course I finished it in it's entirety,. Overall I was disappointed from what I expected from the book based on the concept, and how the story played out in the end. Just