The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood Paperback Book

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Author: Margaret Atwood

Format: Quality Paperback, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Random House Inc

Published: Aug 2001

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $16.95

Pages: 521

Synopsis

In her 10th novel, Margaret Atwood creates an elderly woman named Iris Griffen, who looks back on her life life of privilege and wealth in Ontario, Canada. Alongside Iris's story, we read a bizarrely futuristic novel about obsession, written by her sister Laura, who seems to have committed suicide in 1945. The two stories are enhanced by newspaper accounts about these two women and their families over half a century, and by a stunningly unexpected ending.

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