It's been too long since I read the Handmaid's Tale, but while this book was a delight to read (if "delight" can describe a dystopian novel), it didn't quite carry the same depth of emotion. Loved the Aunt Lydia parts, appreciated Agnes' narration, and gradually grew to dislike the Daisy bits. There might be things about the characters and their plots that are rather unconvincing, but if you're an imaginative enough reader, you'll be alright. It was enjoyable overall, and I would recommend it to anyone who has lingering questions about the Handmaid's Tale.

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