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  • Here we see Atwood at the height of her poetic powers

    New York Times Book Review
  • A poignant yet playful collection of verse, about endings and departures, it is sliced with clever, sharp humour

    Daily Telegraph
  • This collection of poems is a reckoning with the past that comes from a place of wisdom and control . . . You can almost hear her speaking voice, see the twinkle in her eye . . . wonderfully observed

    Observer
  • Atwood's first poetry collection in over a decade is intimate, lingering delicately between the human and the natural, and this world and the next

    New Statesman
  • She's become world famous for The Handmaid's Tale, and jointly won the 2019 Booker Prize for The Testaments, but Canadian author Margaret Atwood was once better known as a poet . . . this new volume brings together some of her favourite themes, from zombies, werewolves and aliens, to the passage of time and the most pressing political issues of the day

    Evening Standard

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