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Bodily Harm
     

Bodily Harm

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by Margaret Atwood, Margaret Eleanor Atwood
 

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Rennie Wilford is a freelance journalist who takes an assignment in the Caribbean in the hopes of recuperating from her recently shattered life. On the tiny island of St. Antoine, she tumbles into a corrupt world where no one is what they seem, where her rules for survival no longer apply. This is a thoroughly gripping novel of intrigue and betrayal, which explores

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Bodily Harm 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is amazingly written and contains so many ideas and social observations. Its a bit hard to get into at first, because it seems like the story is not going anywhere. But the story is really not the point; the events are really symbolical to societal issues as a whole. I really liked all the different things the author pulls together, but its definitely not for someone only looking for a good story. The description on the back made me think it would have more action, and I only bought it because I like the author, but it was much more aimed at symbols of social dysfunction using characters and events. I recommend it for someone more interested in ideas than anything else.
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