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A Review of The Heart Goes Last

MeDhat SaaDoun By MeDhat SaaDoun Published on November 5, 2015

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My first Margaret Atwood experience, which had been with The Heart Goes Last, was nothing like any single book I have ever read, proving its validity as exceptional, odd and phenomenal.

Margaret Atwood, one of the world’s most influential living writers, had one of the most unique styles of writing, both fluent and poetic. Her brilliant depiction of the characters and the much sophisticated settings and events surrounding them were very colorful and poignant.

Having no expectations at all of what was awaiting for me, not knowing what was coming next, Margaret Atwood’s ability to surprise me had made this book one of the most amusing reading experiences. Moreover, an overwhelming fog of cynicism and dark humor surrounded every single aspect of the book, contributing by doing so to the depth of the characters and dystopian world of The Heart Goes Last.

Eventually, this was a decent book that amazed me and will probably amaze you too; I highly-recommend to grab your copy from the bookstore and start reading it once you you have it!

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