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Provocative Swift Fox who is flirting with Zeb Meanwhile giant Pigoons and malevolent Painballers threaten to attack Told with wit dizzying imagination and dark humour Booker Prize winning Margaret Atwood’s unpredictable chilling and hilarious MaddAddam takes us further into a challenging dystopian world and holds up a skewed mirror to our own possible future

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MaddAddamH the green eyed Crakers – a gentle species bio engineered to replace humans Toby onetime member of the Gods Gardeners and expert in mushrooms and bees is still in love with street smart Zeb who has an interesting past The Crakers’ reluctant prophet Snowman the Jimmy is hallucinating; Amanda is in shock from a Painballer attack; and Ivory Bill yearns for the

PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR Margaret Atwood was born in in Ottawa and grew up in northern Ontario uebec and Toronto She received her undergraduate degree from Victoria College at the University of Toronto and her master's degree from Radcliffe CollegeThroughout her writing career Margaret Atwood has received numerous awards and honourary degrees She is the author of than thirty five volumes of poetry childr.

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  • Paquita Maria Sanchez

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamOh dear Okay It's only fair that I say something about this novel since karen was kindly enough to gift me the ARC so I could read it before it came out but you should know that a large part of me doesn't even want to discuss this because like you I went to grade school and had it drilled in my head that if you can't think of something nice to say you shouldn't say anything at all I have of course strayed wildly from that path as a grownup ish humanoid but this is Margaret Atwood we're talking about here I respect her like crazy and if you do too then I think you deserve some answers for my blase reaction to this final installment in her MaddAddam Trilogy Don't shoot the messenger Naturally I was very excited about this both before I had it in my hands and after the first couple of minichapters Like a True Blood episode the s

  • Moira Russell

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamYeah that was also fantastic I cried buckets at the end JesusOC is the male story all sex and longing invention and death look I'm just telling you what I see Flood is like the women's side lots better women characters but also lots of sexual violence Friendship salvation vulnerability hedgewitcheryAnd lots of hot pink Trust me it worksBut MaddAddam is like the male story again but the woman observing and commenting on it and it's entwined with her own just like the names Adam and Madam which also ties in with the end of the last bookThat was great to read them all together but I'm kinda SHATTERED Also I put off dinner and am starving and got all growly when I was accidentally interrupted Gonna cook trout Thankfully we no longer eat porkThank you for the fish I will put the fish in my mouth Sadly I do not have a Red Sox baseball cap

  • Daniel Kukwa

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamAt first I was disappointed Where were the epic final confrontations Where was the catharsis after two novels of terrifying complex build up A third of the way through it hit me none of that actually matters to the novel The entire final battle is almost an afterthought compared to the main themes of hope rising from the ashes the power of love loyalty and the fact that hum

  • Emily

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamI have never been this unimpressed with a Margaret Atwood novel MaddAddam is a tedious slog through the events of Oryx and Crake again While this techniue worked incredibly well in The Year of the Flood providing context for much of the events and letting the female characters flip Jimmy's story on its head MaddAddam totally fails to provide anything new or interesting in its backstory You might think that now that all of the characters have me

  • Annet

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamI was so excited about this last book of the MaddAddam trilogy and I saw the book in Waterstones couple of weeks in hardcover I could not resist and readI read the reviews and saw that some readers were somewhat disappointed about this final MaddAddam I really don't care I am amazed still by the content imagination and cleverness of this story and this great writer Yes the first book was amazing mindboggling what's happening here the second book shocking and up close personal The third book brings it all together for me Touching story those people you got to know

  • Fabian

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamI have completion anxiety or whatever it's called If it's a trilogy of books we are talking about YES it WILL take me YEARS to complete Thankfully Maddaddam book three immediately reminds you of why you fell in love with Atwood's postapocalyptic world in the first placeIt has parts of Oryx and Crake Year of the Flo

  • Sean Barrs

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamSome uestions are best left unanswered and some endings are better off unwritten because sometimes the uestion itself is what makes the piece so extraordinary Revealing what happens next could only ever be disappointing This felt like a massive overwrite Atwood is only joining the dots here piecing together the threads of storytelling and character arcs left open from the previous two instalments that were only ever vaguely related to each other It’s like a forced conclusion as it’s all shoved into a box with a nice little bow wrapped around it It’s also terribly repetitive going over the events from Oryx and Crake again Much of this novel is stuck in the past and it adds very little to the trilogy at large It has no momentum

  • J.L. Sutton

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddam“People need such stories because however dark a darkness with voices in it is better than a silent void” After enjoying the first two books in the series so well Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood I had some apprehension about Margaret Atwood's final book in the series MaddAddam This book takes up where both of the first two books end and follows what is ostensibly the last remnant of humanity as we had known it along with the genetically engineered humanoids known as Crakers I was looking forward to seeing what happens to Jimmy the Snowman Toby and the Crakers who are the real future of humanity In MaddAddam we do learn about Jimmy and Toby bu

  • Lisa

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddamOk MaddAddam Let me say straight away that I don't like seuels that much But then again I didn't like dystopian fiction at all before I read Oryx and Crake some 10 years ago After The Year of the Flood came out 4 years ago I found myself unable to wait for the paperback version and I didn't even consider waiting when MaddAddam was announcedI don't know what I expected and I think I should probably re read the first two books to grasp all ideas in MaddAddam but my instant feeling is that the third one is the best in the series for a reason I didn't anticipate at allThe first two definitely show off action from different angles but MaddAddam gives the philosophical background to the story It is amazing to watch a new civilisation emerge including creation stories that start out as random bedtime whispers

  • Oriana

    PDF Á BOOK MaddAddam ß CONNECFLOOR MaddAddambefore reading May I tell you about my borderline psychotic uest to score an advance proof of this bookIt involved contacting literally every single person on GR who had reviewed this pre publication in order to prostrate mysel