I liked that it was from the point of view of a regular girl, not the heroic one, not the milquetoast. It was the feeling that most of us would probably have, like I wish I could have been stronger.
That the story was pulled together at the end, it didn't leave us hanging with no insight as to what the trigger and outcome of the Gilead soceity.
I liked them all, she was very convincing in every one. I could almost see Janine and Moira.
Like "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy it makes you think about how you would handle a situation that no one wants to go through. AND makes you realize that maybe we aren't so bad off right now and it IS worth it to stay involved in life and not just take a cynical backseat to current issues.
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