Wasn't his a fascinating read? How fun it would be to have a conversation about the future with Atwood--she is so brilliant and must be such a worrier. I thought it was interesting on page 248, when Jimmy decided to take the name Snowman, to forget the past and "Exist only in the present without guilt or expectation. As the Crakers did."
Did anyone else wonder about Oryx? I wanted to know more about her.
If you enjoyed this book, be sure to read Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale." I actually like everything I've read of hers except "The Blind Assassin."