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    Detail at the expense of plot

    Maybe it's just Atwood's style, and while the depth of character exploration and her dystopian depiction is simply awesome, there is so little movement in this story that it left me frustrated. I did enjoy the book and will continue reading the series. But the first two books have suffered with turgid pacing.
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    Dystopian intrigue

    what a futurutic dystopian story. Slowly unfolding, our future world image is getting very grim. I was hooked and still am. This book presents a great reflection on the implications of mankind with a future that is not so unlikely. I cant wait to start part II.
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    A great book.

    This book is well written and pacer and leaves you yearning for more. And that is more. Read all three books!
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    Really enjoyable post-apocalyptica

    This book clips along at a great pace, never a dull moment. The cliffhanger ending caught be completely by surprise, so I'm off to buy the follow up NOW.
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    Disturbing

    So Crake never remembered his dreams. It's Snowman that remembers them instead. Worse than remembers: he's immersed in them, he's stuck in them. Every moment he's lived in the past few months was dreamed first by Crake. No wonder Crake screamed so much.
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