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I was a bit disappointed with this book, but I think that's because I had different expectations. I've enjoyed reading Margaret Atwood, including those works that adapt or play with aspects of folklore or fairy tales. This book is part of a series, and I get the impression it was a bit of a quick project for the author. It is a light, though not frivolous, look at the story of the Odyssey, but from the perspective of Penelope, the long-suffering wife of Odysseus, who is now part of the Underworld. There are also passages from her maids - who were hanged by Odysseus and his son after they had killed all the other suitors who plagued Penelope while her husband was away. I liked the imaginative observations of what life is like in the Underworld, but the chorus interludes from Penelope's maids seem to fall flat. At any rate, it's a quick read and mainly for those who have an interest in Margaret Atwood.

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Favorite kinds of books have people explore societies that are Forgein to them. It would be intresting to see how much things have changed since technology has advanced.