Author: Margaret Atwood
About Moral Disorder: A series of interconnected stories.
Reviews of Moral Disorder
- Kasia Boddy, The Observer, 17 September 2006
- "This is a book that, structurally as well as thematically, invites readers to experience the orderly and disorderly beginnings, endings and in betweens of a life. And not in any particular order."
- Mary Flanagan, The Independent, 22 September 2006
- "a model of distillation, precision, clarity and detail"
- Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times, 22 September 2006
- "What else it might be, apart from a deeply pleasurable read, is a little ambiguous."
- Barking Kitten, 28 September 2006
- "an amazing book"
- Marion McLeod, New Zealand Listener, 2006
- "Her well-wrought tales are packed with brilliant, dazzling phrases."
- Barbara Bamberger Scott, 2008
- "the author has the art of weaving the teller into the tale and blending the characters into one another's lives so that the end result is something magical"
- Heather, Book Addiction, 24 June 2010
- "I didn't find the stories themselves to be terribly compelling"
- Pauline Finch
- "Although we Canadians are known for being generous, my advice is: Don't be too quick to loan this latest Atwood gem out. It's truly a 'keeper.'"
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Added 12 December 2010.
Updated 29 March 2013.