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Margaret Atwood
A man-made plague has swept the earth, but a small group survives, along with the green-eyed Crakers – a gentle species bio-engineered to replace humans. Toby, onetime member of the Gods Gardeners and...

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Crime and Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Pretty sure this is the first classic Russian novel I’ve ever read. So that’s exciting.

MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood

My seventh Atwood book.

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Started/Finished Maddadam, by Margaret Atwood and The City of Brass, by S.A. Chakraborty, started The Complete Book of the New Sun, by Gene Wolf.

Barely dipped by toes into New Sun so far, but I got a chapter or two in before I needed all the sleep.

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This week I finished MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood. It had one part that kind of strained my suspension of disbelief (even for sci-fi), but I liked the way everything wrapped up in the end. Overall I enjoyed this book and the trilogy itself.

Still reading The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Meyers-Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing, by Merve Emre and enjoying it so far. Today I’ll probably also pick up Animal Farm, by George Orwell as part of my rereading challenge before I move on to something longer.

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MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood

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Started MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood

Enjoying it so far, seems to pick up right where the second book left off in terms of plot and tone, although some of the storytelling mechanisms are slightly different.

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This week I’m starting MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood. The structure of the book is closer to Oryx and Crake than it is The Year of the Flood, which I like. It’s short chapters/vignettes that jump between characters and time periods, which I think just works really well with the story. And without getting into spoilers the cast of characters that has gathered at the beginning of the book is…interesting, so I’m eager to see how things wrap up.

Also reading The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of the Meyers-Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing, by Merve Emre. It is surprisingly interesting so far, and I’m still in the early parts of the book!

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Finished both Maddaddam by Margaret Atwood and Artemis by Andy Weir. I loved both of them! i know Artemis has gotten a lot of flak since its release, but I thought it was funny and fast-paced and entertaining. I sort of plodded through Maddaddam, because I didn't find the story as engaging as the first two in the series, but oh man that ending caught me right in the feels. It was beautiful.

Currently reading Off Season by Jack Ketchum (About 15% in) and being worried about all the gross and disturbing things I've been reading about it :/

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Finished: Maddaddam, by Margaret Atwood

This book was not at all what I was expecting. The humor was really the only thing that saved this book in my eyes. The plot dragged and most of the older characters were forgotten.