Atwood's stories always get me thinking and for those looking for more to read by her, try "happy endings"
Margaret Atwood never fails to impress me. This book can be read all together as a novel, or separately as short stories. Always, always Atwood's amazing writing shows through.
She is a master of writing about trivial things in a manner that it is impossible to leave the reading without finishing it at once.
Margaret Atwood has a clever way of moving through the decades in this collection of related stories. The recurring main character, Nell, is a little girl anxious about the impending birth of a sibling in the 30s, a teenager just realizing that she's miles ahead of her boyfriend in intelligence and maturity in the 50s, a slightly rootless young woman in the 90s. As usual, Atwood packs a lot of social commentary in these gems and delivers it with a sharp wit and refreshing insights.
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