Margaret Atwood is acknowledged as one of the foremost writers of our time. In Moral Disorder, she has created a series of interconnected stories that trace the course of a life and also the lives intertwined with it, those of parents, of siblings, of children, of friends, of enemies, of teachers, and even of animals. As in a photograph album, time is measured in sharp, clearly observed moments.
"good book, badly read"
This collection of stories from Margaret Atwood resembles a photograph album: a series of clearly observed moments that trace the course of a life and also of the other lives intertwined with it.
"A stylish, well-written story that leads you...?"