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  1. Audrey says

    I’ve been meaning to read Handmaid’s Tale for ages, but I don’t plan on reading The Testaments, only because there are so many other books I’d rather get to. I added Girl, Woman, Other to my TBR a few weeks ago, and your review is getting me so excited to get around to it! I admit that I’m not big on prose poetry, so I don’t know how I’ll get on with free verse-prose, but I’m open to it! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • eviejayne says

      I really enjoyed The Handmaid’s Tale audiobook and the show is great, but I jut didn’t love The Testaments! This, however, was incredible. I honestly haven’t stopped thinking about it since finishing it. I wasn’t sure whether the style would work for me either, but I managed to get used to it so quickly! I hope you enjoy ♥

  2. Macey @ Brine and Books says

    I am so intrigued by that punctuation-free writing style!! If there is anything I am uncomfortable with when it comes to reading new/different things, it always has to do with writing style :’) (You might recall my initial qualms about Wicked Girls, a few months back.) It’s interesting how we, as readers, can easily adapt to such things!

    • eviejayne says

      Oh yeah!! I would still recommend you giving this a try. I honestly didn’t think the style would work for me either, but I got used to it so quickly and it felt as if I was just taking a stroll through the characters’ imaginations. I’ve never read anything like it! ♥

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