MaddAddam

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Anchor | Sep 03, 2013 | 416 Pages | ISBN 9780385537834

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    Anchor | Aug 12, 2014 | 416 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307455482

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    Random House Large Print | Sep 03, 2013 | 594 Pages | 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9780804121095

  • Hardcover$27.95

    Nan A. Talese | Sep 03, 2013 | 416 Pages | 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9780385528788

  • Ebook$11.99

    Anchor | Sep 03, 2013 | 416 Pages | ISBN 9780385537834

  • CD$45.00

    Random House Audio | Sep 03, 2013 | 810 Minutes | ISBN 9780739383995

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    Random House Audio | Sep 03, 2013 | 804 Minutes | ISBN 9780739384008

Praise

“Lights a fire from the fears of our age. . . . Miraculously balances humor, outrage, and beauty.” —The New York Times Book Review

“Margaret Atwood is an utterly thrilling storyteller. . . . [MaddAddam is] wonderfully entertaining and just about everything you could want in a novel.” —The Washington Post

“Thoughtful, sardonic, and full of touches that almost resemble a fairy tale, MaddAddam will stick with you long after you’ve put it down.” —NPR

“The most profound [book] of the trilogy. . . . An adventure story and a philosophical meditation on humanity’s predilection for carnage and creation.” —The Economist
 
“[Atwood’s] most incisive and sociologically acute work. . . . A picture of a very near and very plausible future.” —New York magazine

“[Atwood’s] vision of global disaster in the not-too-distant future is thrilling, funny, touching and, yes, horrific.” —The Washington Post

“Fiction master Margaret Atwood wields a mighty pen.” —O, The Oprah Magazine

“Sardonically funny. . . . [Atwood] certainly has the tone exactly right, both for the linguistic hypocrisy that can disguise any kind of catastrophe, and for the contemptuous dismissal of those who point to disaster. . . . MaddAddam is at once a pre- and a post-apocalypse story.” —The Wall Street Journal

“The culmination of a satirical dystopian saga a decade in the making. . . . Full of adventure and intrigue.” —San Francisco Chronicle

“The imaginative universe Atwood has created in these books is huge. . . . It’s a dystopia, but it’s still fun.” —Los Angeles Times

“This third book of Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed near-future dystopian trilogy is its best. . . .  Atwood presents a moving and convincing case for our stories’ continued existence long after we’re gone.” —The Seattle Times

“This unsentimental narrative exposes the heart of human creativity as well as our self-destructive darkness. . . . MaddAddam is fueled with edgy humor, sardonic twists, hilarious coincidences.” —The Boston Globe

“This novel sings. . . . Close attention to detail, to voice, to what’s in the hearts of these people: love, loss, the need to keep on keeping on, no matter what.” —The Miami Herald

“There is something funny, even endearing, about such a dark and desperate view of a future—a ravaged world emerging from alarmingly familiar trends—that is so jam-packed with the gifts of imagination, invention, intelligence and joy. There may be some hope for us yet.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune

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