The long-feared waterless flood has occurred, altering Earth as we know it and obliterating most human...
9) Alias Grace
Decades later, Laura’s sister Iris recounts her memories of their childhood, and of the dramatic deaths that have punctuated...
11) Cat's eye
A marvelous collection of wide-ranging essays from the bestselling author of The Handmaid's Tale and The Testaments, exploring her lifelong relationship to science fiction—as a reader and as a writer
The ebook edition of this title contains over thirty additional, illuminating ebook-exclusive illustrations by the author
At a time when the borders between genres are increasingly porous, she maps the fertile
17) The tent
Alongside meditations on warlords, cat heaven, and orphans, the bestselling author of The Handmaid's Tale and The Testaments offers a sly pep talk to the ambitious young, laments the proliferation of photos of oneself, imagines an apocalypse of worms, and recalls Helen of Troy’s childhood Kool-Aid stand.
In the title fable, a writer huddled inside a tent of paper engages in doodling as self-defense, scribbling
20) Bluebeard's egg
With the publication of the best-selling The Handmaid's Tale in 1986, Margaret Atwood's place in North American letters was reconfirmed. Poet, short story writer, and novelist, she was acclaimed "one of the most intelligent and talented writers to set herself the task of deciphering life in the late twentieth century."*
With Bluebeard's Egg, her second short story collection, Atwood covers a dramatic range of storytelling, her scope encompassing...