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Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781853811265

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Atwood's taut and exquisite use of language makes all her books irresistable...
THE WEEK
I read this when I was about sixteen and remember its menace. It is about the potential toxicity in female friendships, which is a contentious issue. Atwood is never pigeonholed, she's wry and has a poet's eye
Jessie Burton, author of The Miniaturist
Margaret Atwood charts the psychological process of memory as compulsion and memory as a healing act through the character of Elaine Risley, an artist who returns to her home town of Toronto for a retrospective of her work. Elaine's visit triggers though
- Chris Kellett, From 500 Great Books by Women, AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW
Not since Graham Greene or William Golding has a novelist captured so forcefully the relationship between school bully and victim...Atwood's power games are played, exquisitely, by little girls
LISTENER
I read this when I was about sixteen and remember its menace. It is about the potential toxicity in female friendships, which is a contentious issue. Atwood is never pigeonholed, she's wry and has a poet's eye
Jessie Burton, author of The Miniaturist
Irrestistible...This book is about life for all of us. She is one of our finest novelists. Read it
THE TIMES